Robert Austin

Physics

Princeton University

Robert H. Austin
Professor

Research Interests:

1. Protein Dynamics

2. Energy Transport in Biomolecules

3. DNA-Protein Interactions and Topology

4. Applications of Nano/Microlithography to Biology

5. Cell signaling

6. Evolution Dynamics

7. Physics of Cancer

Employment:

Postdoctoral, Dept. of Physics, The University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Postdoctoral at the Max Planck Institute for

Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, West Germany

1979-1984: Assistant Professor of Physics, Princeton

University, Princeton, New Jersey

1984-89:Associate Professor of Physics, Princeton University 1989- :Professor of Physics, Princeton University

Honors:

1988: Fellow, American Physical Society

1987-1990: Governing Board, Biophysics Division, American Physical Society

1991-1994: Biophysics Divisional Editor, Physical Review Letters

1991-1994: Councillor at Large, American Physical Society

1998: Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science

1999: Member, National Academy of Sciences

2002: Chairman, Division of Biological Physics, American Physical Society

2003-2008: Chairman, U.S. Liaison Committee for the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics 2005: 2005 Lilienfeld Prize, American Physical Society

2006-2009: Councillor at Large, American Physical Society

2008: Fellow, American Association of Arts and Sciences

2014: 2014 Delbru ̈ck Prize, American Physical Society

Publications