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Department of Biochemistry

 
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MMBio Partner Groups

This page lists the members of the MMBio network, showing their specialist research areas and linking to the personal pages of the research fellows directly employed by the network.

 

Prof Florian Hollfelder

  • Network Coordinator
  • Dept of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Lab website, Email address
  • Research area:
    High-throughput assay systems
    droplet microfluidics
    Enzyme models
    Mechanistic enzymology
    Chemical biology
    Directed evolution
    Protein engineering
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Remkes Scheele, Liisa van Vliet

 

 

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Prof Paolo Scrimin

  • Dept of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
  • Lab website, Email address
  • Research area:
    Enzyme models
    Nanosystems for catalysis and sensing
    Multivalent cooperative systems
    Dynamic combinatorial chemistry
    Systems chemistry
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Joanna Częścik

    

 

 

Paolo Scrimin

 

Prof Fabrizio Mancin

  • Dept of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
  • Lab website,
  • Research area:
    Nanoparticles for biomedical applications
    Fluorescent Nanoprobes
    Artificial nucleases
    Designed molecular patterns on the surface of nanoparticles
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Lucia Morillas Becerril
 

 

Fabrizio Mancin

 

Prof Roger Strömberg

  • Dept of Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • Lab website, Email address
  • Research area:
    Nucleic Acid Science including applications in artificial enzymes, diagnostics and therapeutics
    Peptide Science including work on Alzheimer's disease and treatment of infections
    General Bioorganic Chemistry and Chemical Biology
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Olivia Luige, Kristina Druceikaite
 

 

Roger Strömberg

Prof C. I. Edvard Smith

  • Clinical Research Center, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • Lab website,
  • Research area:
    Molecular Genetics
    Gene therapy
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Tea Umek
 

 

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Dr Tuomas Lönnberg

  • Dept of Chemistry, University of Turku, Finland
  • Lab website,
  • Research area:
    Kinetic studies of phosphate transfer mechanisms in solution and in enzyme models
    Nucleic Acid synthesis
    Delivery and targeting of nucleic acid therapeutics
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Madhuri Hande
 

 

Tuomas Lönnberg

Prof Nick Williams

 

 

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Prof Dr Annemieke Madder

  • Dept of Organic Chemistry, Ghent University, Belgium
  • Lab website, Email address
  • Research area:
    Design and synthesis of artificial enzyme models
    Conformationally defined multipodal peptide architectures
    Modified oligonucleotides
    Crosslinking and labeling of biomacromolecules
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Enrico Cadoni
 

 

Annemieke Madder

Prof Michael Göbel

  • Dept of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany
  • Lab website, Email address
  • Research area:
    Organocatalytic cleaving agents for RNA and DNA
    RNA binding compounds acting as antivirals and antibacterials
    Analysis of RNA secondary structure
    Template controlled oligomerisation of nucleic acids
    Stereoselective organocatalysis
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Konstantinos Chionis
 

 

Michael Göbel

Prof Tamis Darbre

  • Dept of Organic Chemistry & Biochemistry, Universität Bern, Switzerland
  • Lab website,
  • Research area:
    Synthesis and applications of branched peptides and peptide dendrimers
    Peptide dendrimers that disrupt bacterial biofilms Peptide dendrimers as antimicrobials
    Gene transfection with peptide dendrimers
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Susanna Zamolo
 

 

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Dr Mike Snaith

  • Antibody Discovery and Protein Engineering, MedImmune, UK
  • Company website,
  • Research area:
    Cellular models for disease
    Directed protein evolution
    CRISPR/CAS technologies
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Lise Boursinhac
 

 

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Dr Ulf Tedebark

  • SP Technical Research Institute, Södertälje, Sweden
  • Company website,
  • Research area:
    Process Development of building blocks and  final oligomers
    Conjugation techniques
    Tailor-made oligonucleotides
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Kristina Druceikaite
 

 

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Dr Shalini Andersson

  • AstraZeneca Innovative Medicines, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases, Mölndal, Sweden
  • Company website,
  • Research area:
    Drug discovery
    Drug Metabolism
    Pharmacokinetics
    Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases
  • Lab members involved in the project:
    Rouven Stulz
 

 

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