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From early 2014, this webpage and sub-pages will not be updated. Please visit the new webpage at: www.sb.fsu.edu/soma. You will automatically be redirected to the new page in 14 seconds.

Welcome! I am the Director of the X-Ray Facility at Kasha Laboratory (Photos), Institute of Molecular Biophysics. My official designation is Research Associate (12 month non-tenured faculty) at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306-4380. I have been associated with the X-Ray Facility since its inception and with FSU since 1993.

I am [aka Soma] responsible for the day to day operation of the Facility including teaching processing, and interpret macromolecular x-ray diffraction data. I maintain XRF InstrumentsComputers and Website. I serve as a safety liasion for Kasha Lab and coordinate with FSU Safety Office.

I am a co-author on several peer-reviewed publications (list). During summer I work with the Department of Biological Science's out-reach initiative Young Scholars Program. I facilitate data collection at SER-CAT beamline in Advanced Photon Source at the Argonne National Lab. I am a member of the American Crystallographic Society and Biophysical Society. Since 2006, I co-maintain the IMB Website. Between July 2010 and August 2012, I helped people use the Titan Krios Transmission Electron Microscope at the Biological Science Imaging Resource (BSIR).

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this site are strictly those of the site author and in no way represent those of Florida State University, the Board of Trustees, nor the State of Florida. The webpage design © FSU & contents © 2003-14 Thayumanasamy Somasundaram.

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