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Paul Craig



  • Higher Ed: Science, Higher Ed: Education, Higher Ed: Administrator, Researcher 


I have been a professor at RIT since 1993. I teach mainly biochemistry, with some bioinformatics and analytical chemistry. My research is focused on structural bioinformatics, where my students have developed software for structure visualization and active site alignment. 


Chemical Separations
Structural Bioinformatics
Academic Intergrity 


Bernstein, H. J., Craig, P. A., "Efficient Molecular Surface Rendering by Linear-Time Pseudo-Gaussian Approximation to Lee-Richards Surfaces (PGALRS)," Journal of Applied Crystallography, 43: 356-361 (2010).

Kim, T.D., Craig, P.A. Introducing Proteomics in the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Simple 2D Gel Electrophoresis Exercise with Serum Proteins, accepted for publication, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 38: 29-34 (2010).

Craig, P.A., Federici, E.*, Buehler, M. Instructing Students in Academic Integrity, accepted for publication, Journal of College Science Teaching, 40:50-55 (2010).

Mottarella, S.E.*, Rosa, M.*, Bangura, A.*, Bernstein, H., Craig, P.A. ConSCRIPT: A Rasmol to PyMOL Script Convertor. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 38: 419-422 (2010).

Michel, L.V., Kalmeta, B.*, McCreary, M., Snyder, J.*, Craig, P.A., Pichichero, M.E. Vaccine candidate P6 of nontypable Haemophilus influenzae is not a transmembrane protein based on protein structural analysis. Vaccine, 29: 1624-1627 (2011).

Cody, J.A., Craig, P.A., Loudermilk, A.D.*, Yacci, P.M., Frisco, S.L.*, Milillo, J.R.* Design and Implementation of a Self-Directed Stereochemistry Lesson Using Embedded Virtual Three-Dimensional Images in a Portable Document Format. Journal of Chemical Education, published online October, 2011, DOI: 10.1021/ed100441f.