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The Petersson laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania uses the techniques of organic synthesis, molecular biology, physical chemistry, computational modeling, and cell biology to study protein folding and protein-protein interactions, with applications in neuroscience and medicine.

For up-to-the-minute information on publications and lab news, see our Twitter account @EJPLab.



We are located in the 1973 Building of the Chemistry Complex at the NE corner of 34th Street and Spruce Street.

Laboratories: Rooms 312, 336, and 338 (215-746-8450)

Group Office: Room 355 (215-746-7069)

Professor Petersson's Office: Room 350 (215-746-2221)

Professor Petersson's email:

Administrative Assistant: Katherine Henkel,


Send deliveries to: Penn Chemistry Stockroom, 250 South 33rd Street, attn: Petersson Laboratory

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6323



We thank the following agencies for generous funding over the years: