Adam Catching, Virophysics

All things combining physics and viruses. From atomic structures of the viral machinery to the dynamics of viral infection to the trajectories of quasispecies evolution.

I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Biophysics program in the Andino lab at UCSF. I work with Enteroviruses, from Poliovirus to Rhinovirus, studying how the adaptations from evolutionary pathways manifest as physical mechanisms.

Images shown are all generated by myself through light and electron microscopy.

Last updated 2021-05-21