Dr. Todd Lillian
Shelby Hall 3128
 
 
 
Ph: (251) 460-6168
 

Dr. Todd Lillian

Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Research Interests
 
My research interests revolve around the mechanics of DNA, biophysics, dynamics, and vibrations.



Education
 

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
M.S.E. Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University


Publications
 

I. D. Ivenso and T. D. Lillian. Simulation of DNA Supercoil Relaxation. Biophys. J., 110(10)2176-2184, 2016.

A. D. Hirsh, M. Taranova, T. A. Lionberger, T. D. Lillian, I. Andricioaei, and N. C. Perkins. Structural ensemble and dynamics of toroidal-like DNA shapes in bacteriophage ϕ29 exit cavity. Biophys. J., 104(9)2058-2067, 2013.

A. D. Hirsh, T. D. Lillian, T. A. Lionberger, M. Taranova, I. Andricioaei, and N. C. Perkins. A model for highly strained DNA compressed inside a protein cavity. J. Comput. Nonlin. Dyn., 8(3)030001-8, 2013.

A. R. Haeusler, K. A. Goodson, T. D. Lillian, X. Wang, S. Goyal, N. C. Perkins, and J. D. Kahn. FRET studies of a landscape of Lac repressor-mediated DNA loops. Nucleic Acids Res., 40(10)4432-4445, 2012.

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Courses
 

EG 315 Mechanics of Materials

ME 429 Controls and Instrumentation Laboratory