Jonathan G Cannon


I teach Chemistry and Biochemistry at Middle Georgia State University. I earned my Ph.D. in Biophysics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying the effects of osmolytes on proteins, nucleic acids, and their interactions. I did postdoctoral research at Case Western Reserve University on the biophysics of amyloid fibril formation. Currently I am teaching and pursuing undergraduate research into the interactions of osmolytes with biomolecules.

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Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

Middle Georgia State University
Department of Natural Sciences and Engineering
September 24, 2015
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28 Aug 2015

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