Vivian Stojanoff

Physicist


Vivian Stojanoff is the spokesperson for the NIGMS East Coast Research Facility for structural biology at the NSLS. Her research interests are focused on the characterization of bio-molecular crystals and the development of new synchrotron methods and techniques for structural biology and biological materials.

Professional Activities

Phone: 344-8375
Fax: 631-344-3238
Email: stojanof@bnl.gov


Education

  • Ph.D. 1986: Solid State Physics, Crystallography, University of Sao Paulo
  • M.S. 1981: Solid State Physics, Material Sciences, University of Sao Paulo
  • M.A. 1979: Physics, University of Sao Paulo


Projects

  • High energy X-ray structural biology
  • Radiation effects in bio-molecular crystals
  • Development and exploration of bio-molecular crystal growth techniques
  • High resolution X-ray diffraction imaging
  • Automation of structural biology experiments
  • Structure determination of metalloproteins and enzymes


Key Publications

  • J Jakoncic, Y Jouanneau, C Meyer, V Stojanoff, The Catalytic Pocket of the Ring-hydroxylating Dioxygenase from Sphingomonas CHY-1, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 352, 861-866 (2006).
  • J Jakoncic, M Di Michiel, Z Zhong, V Honkimaki, Y Jouanneau, V Stojanoff, Anomalous Diffraction at Ultra-High Energy for Protein Crystallography, J. Appl. Cryst., 39, 831-841 (2006).
  • B Capelle, Y Epelboin, J Hartwig, A Moraleda, F Otalora, V Stojanoff , Characterization of Dislocations in Protein Crystals by Means of Synchrotron Double Crystal Topography, J. Appl. Cryst., 37, 67-71 (2004).
  • A Berntson, V Stojanoff, H Takai, Application of a Neural Network in High-throughput Protein Crystallography, J. Synch. Rad., 10, 445-449 (2003).
  • T Boggon, J Helliwell, D Moorcroft, R Judge, A Olczak, E Snell, D Siddons, V Stojanoff, Synchrotron X-ray reciprocal-space mapping, topography and diffraction resolution studies of macromolecular crystal quality, Acta Cryst. D, D56, 868-880 (2000).

All Publications


Links