Research Associate Professor, U-M Life Sciences Institute and and Associate Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, U-M Medical School, University of Michigan

Melanie Ohi's reserach focuses on dissecting the structural and functional organization of the spliceosome, generating mechanistic models for how pore-forming toxins secreted by pathogenic bacteria transition from soluble to membrane inserted states, and studying the ways proteins can structurally influence membrance organization.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Associate Professor, U-M Life Sciences Institute and and Associate Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, U-M Medical School, University of Michigan