Professor Riehn received his PhD from Cambridge University in 2003, was a research associate at Princeton University from 2003 to 2006, and joined the NC State Department of Physics as assistant professor in 2006.
Area(s) of Expertise
His research is in biophysics and soft-condensed matter, and deals with the physics of biological molecules in nano-scale environments.
- Cohesin SA1 and SA2 are RNA binding proteins that localize to RNA containing regions on DNA , NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH (2020)
- DNA looping by two 5-methylcytosine-binding proteins quantified using nanofluidic devices , EPIGENETICS & CHROMATIN (2020)
- Cohesin SA2 and EWSR1 in R-Loop Regulation , Biophysical Journal (2019)
- Direct observation of confinement-induced diffusophoresis , Nanotechnology (2019)
- Nanoplumbing with 2D Metamaterials , Small (2019)
- Single-Molecule Study of TRF2 Mediated DNA Compaction using Physiologically Relevant Long Telomeric DNA , Biophysical Journal (2019)
- TIN2 is an Architectural Protein Stabilizing TRF1 at Telomere , Biophysical Journal (2019)
- Cohesin SA2 is a sequence-independent DNA-binding protein that recognizes DNA replication and repair intermediates , Journal of Biological Chemistry (2018)
- DNA methylation detection using UV nano bowtie antenna enhanced Raman spectroscopy , UV AND HIGHER ENERGY PHOTONICS: FROM MATERIALS TO APPLICATIONS 2018 (2018)
- DNA methylation detection using resonance and nanobowtie-antenna-enhanced raman spectroscopy , Biophysical Journal (2018)