Steve Lockless

Associate Professor

Fax: 979-845-2891

3474 TAMU
Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building
Room 3141B

Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building
Room 3132

Joined the Department in 2009

  • B.S., 1997, Texas A&M University, Molecular and Cell Biology.
  • Ph.D., 2002, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Molecular Biophysics.
  • Postdoctoral research: The Rockefeller University.

Electrical and motile properties of microorganisms

  • Physiological role of microbial cation channels
  • Membrane potential modulation by small molecules and proteins
  • Connection between motility, stress response and cell division

Information content within microbial and human genome sequences

  • Extraction of useful information from whole genome sequencing
  • Whole genome coevolution to predict connections between proteins
  • Development of tools to analyze circular genomes