Lonnie Lee VanZandt

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Lonnie Lee Van Zandt (1937–1995) was a professor of physics at Purdue University in Indiana, USA.

Van Zandt participated in the formation of the molecular biological physics group at Purdue and studied the dynamics of dissolved DNA polymers.[1][2] He also performed pioneering research on the effect of microwaves on DNA.[3] His PhD thesis in Physics at Harvard University focused on the "Effects of Static Spin Density Waves on Electron Transport".[4]

Notable Graduate Students: Bryan F. Putnam (1981)



  1. ^ Biophysical society
  2. ^ Harvard University
  3. ^ M. E. Davis and L. L. Van Zandt (1988) Microwave response of DNA in solution Physical Review, Volume 37, Issue 3, pages 888–901 [1]
  4. ^ Harvard Physics Thesis