We are located in Bloomington, Indiana, about an hour south of Indianapolis. Bloomington is surrounded by lakes and forests providing many recreational opportunities, including hiking, kayaking, boating and world-class birding! The lab is situated in the center of IU Bloomington's main campus, on the fourth floor of , IU's new multidisciplinary science building. We benefit from resources including the physical biochemistry instrumentation facility () on the ground floor of the building. Adjacent to the PBIF we have a that houses a Talos Arctica scope with Gatan K3 camera, that can achieve atomic level resolution cryoEM. In addition, the is literally down the corridor from our lab on the fourth floor.
Simon Hall also houses a and outstanding . The adjacent Biology Building and Myers Hall house the and the .
Steve Bell - PI
Rachel Samson - Assistant Research Scientist
Rajkumar Dhanaraju - Grad student
Elyza Pilatowski-Herzing - Grad student
Peter Bohall - Research associate
Sunrise over Lake Monroe - a 15 minute drive from work