Eric M. Kramer
University: B.S. 1990
of Chicago: Ph.D. 1996
ekramer at simons-rock dot edu
Physics 100 and Physics 100 labs.
(not all courses are offered every year): Relativity and Cosmology,
Scientific Computing, Biophysics, Classical Mechanics, etc.
Transport and Signaling in Plants - Quantitative Approaches
The cells of a plant can exchange dozens of different chemical
signals, through which they coordinate growth, development, and responses to stresses
like drought and herbivory. My research focuses on biophysical and biochemical
aspects of signaling in plants. Computer simulations, biophysical theory, and
microscope investigations are used to quantify signal movement and action.