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About Arthur S. Brill

Arthur S. Brill (Brief professional history, December 2013)
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Educational History (abbreviated)
1947-49 University of California at Berkeley, A.B. (highest honors in physics)
1950-56 University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. (Biophysics)
1956-58 University of Pennsylvania, Fellow in Medical Physics
1958-59 Oxford University, England, NRC-NAS Donner Fellow in Medical Sciences
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Professional Experience (abbreviated)
1959-61 Research Associate, Electron Microscopy Laboratory, Cornell University
1964-68 Associate Professor of Molecular Biophysics, Yale University
1968-71 Member, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Virginia
1973-97 Professor of Physics, University of Virginia
1989-93 Director, Interdisciplinary Program in Biophysics, University of Virginia
1997- Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, University of Virginia
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Journal Appointments
1978-81 Associate Editor, Biophysical Journal
1981-84 Publications Committee, Biophysical Journal
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Professional Societies (abbreviated)
Biophysical Society, Charter Member
American Physical Society, Fellow
-Member of Organizing Committee, Division of Biological Physics
-Chairman, Division of Biological Physics, 1975-76, 1990-91
-Biological Physics Prize Committee, 1986-87, 1989-90
-Chairperson, Program Committee, Division of Biological Physics, 1990
American Chemical Society
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7 Representative Publications
“Hyperfine Interactions in H2N”, Can. J. Phys. 86, 767 (2008).
“Intramolecular dynamic polarization via electron-nuclear double resonance”,
Phys. Rev. A 66, 043405 (2002).
“Elastic control of electron transfer enthalpy and intensity of light absorption by cupric
blue proteins”, Biophys. Chem. 80, 129 (1999).
“Density of Low Energy Vibrational States in a Protein Solution”, (with F. G. Fiamingo,
D. A. Hampton, P. D. Levin and R. Thorkildsen), Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 1864 (1985).
“Magnetic Circular Dichroism of Low Symmetry Cupric Sites”, (with B. S. Gerstman),
J. Chem. Phys. 82, 1212 (1985).
“Effects of Site Symmetry and Sequential Metal Binding on Protein Titration – Zinc Insulin”,
(with J. H. Venable, Jr.), J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 89, 3622 (1967).
“Spin-State Dependent Hemeprotein UV Absorption Bands”, (with H. E. Sandberg),
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 57, 136 (1967).
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"Transition Metals in Biochemistry"
Arthur S. Brill, author
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York 1977


Present Faculty Member, University of Virginia

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