Welcome to Lindahl Lab

Biophysical and Bioinorganic Chemistry
Iron Metabolism in Cells
Mechanistic Modeling of Biological Processes
EPR and Mössbauer Spectroscopy
Systems Biology

Paul A. Lindahl


Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Paul Lindahl

Research Areas

Metalomics of a Yeast Cell

We isolate organelles from yeast cell to understand metal trafficking at a granular level. Mitochondria are of particular interest because they are the 'hub' of iron metabolism.

Labile Metal Pools

LMPs consist of small metal complexes with nonproteinaceous ligands. We are using liquid-chromatography interfaced with inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LC-ICP-MS) to detect, identify, and characterize these pools.

Animal Models

We have recently embarked on a project involving characterization of NTBI (non-transferrin bound iron) in the plasma of Hemochromatosis Mice.

Computational Systems Biology

We are developing ordinary-differential-equations-based models that describe the kinetics of iron trafficking and regulation in yeast cells.