Douglas Rosenthal

Douglas Rosenthal is a research scientist in the area of biology. Since 2015, is a member of the Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology (CCMSB).

Previously, Rosenthal has served as a professor of biology and at the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology. He held this position from 2005 to 2015. Moreover, he has done a number of researches, affiliated with this university.

In the period from 1995 to 2005, Doug Rosenthal worked as a research scientist at the Cleveland Clinic - Lerner Research Institute.

For his research studies, Rosenthal relies on molecular structures from electron microscopy (EM), x-ray crystallography, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

In addition, Douglas Rosenthal has authored two books: Atomic Evidence and The Body’s Motors.

Research Scientist

Cleveland, Ohio, US

Work Experience

Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology (CCMSB), Research Scientist, Jan 2015 ~ Present

Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, Professor and Researcher, Jan 2005 ~ 2015

Cleveland Clinic - Lerner Research Institute, Research Scientist, Jan 1995 ~ 2005

Freelance, Independent Researcher, Jan 1990 ~ Present


Case Western Reserve University, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Structural Biology, 1988 ~ 1989

Case Western Reserve University, Master’s Degree, Structural Biology, 1986 ~ 1987

Case Western Reserve University, Bachelor’s Degree, Structural Biology, 1980 ~ 1984

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