Andres Cabezas

  • Doctoral Student, des Georges Lab, Structural Biology Initiative

I graduated in 2019 from New Jersey City University, the school where I gained valuable research experience in Dr. Yufeng Wei biochemistry lab and mentorship in classes from memorable faculty. I joined the des Georges lab to learn more about the amazing ability of cryo-electron microscopy to obtain snapshots of large proteins, such as calcium ion channels, and ultimately obtain high resolution structural models of them. My research focuses on protein-lipid interactions, as they play a major role in membrane protein function. Aside from lab work, I enjoy sports, gaming with friends, and improving my computer science skills.


Hoang Trinh, T. K.; Cabezas, A. J.; Joshi, S.; Catalano, C.; Bakkar Siddique, A.; Qiu, W.; Deshmukh, S.; Georges, A. des; Guo, Y. PH-Tunable Membrane-Active Polymers, NCMNP2a- x, and Their Potential Membrane Protein Applications. Chemical Science 202314 (26), 7310–7326.