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Welcome to Fatima Escobedo, starting her PhD thesis on membrane systems in neuronal communication!
Manuel Etzkorn presents latest research at Biomembranes meeting in Moscow.
First Bloch Lecture in great location in Leipzig.
Manuel Etzkorn is awarded the Felix Bloch Award/Lecture of the GDCh.
Welcome to Claire Ortman, visiting student from Freiburg University.
Jan Borrgrräfe and Julian Victor present thier work on catylitc DNA on the EMBO workshop in Berlin.
Welcome to Dr. Mohanraj Gopalswamy, visiting researcher from the Gohlke lab, working on Leukemia drugs.
The DFG will fund our research on catalytic DNA - We think it's DNAwesome and DNAmazing!
Welcome to Rebecca Schlößer working on her Bachelor Thesis to understand protein-receptor interactions.
Welcome to Dr. Julian Victor working on catalytic DNA.
It was fun (co)hosting the 4th Workshop of the Helmholtz Association “Cross Programme Activity Structural Biology” in Düsseldorf!
Welcome to Sursh Tungala doing an research internship from Bonn University.
Jan Borggräfe and Thibault Viennet present their research at the GDCh-NMR meeting in Bayreuth.
Manuel Etzkorn is awarded the Ulrich-Hadding Research Prize 2017.
The first preprint of the interaction of aSyn with NDs is now online at bioRXiv (see publications for link).
Manuel Etzkorn presents the latest research of the group at the EUROMAR in Warsaw.
Congratulations to Dr. Thibault Viennet for successfully defending his PhD thesis and beeing awarded with summa cum laude!
Thibault Viennet is presenting our research on targeted-DNP at the 58th ENC in Asilomar.
Congratulations to Dr. Sabine Schriek for successfully defending her PhD thesis!
Manuel Etzkorn presents the latest research of the group at the 'Modern Analytical Methods in Structure Biology and Infection Research' symposium in Hamburg.
Thibault Viennet is presenting our research on targeted-DNP at the 10th 'NMR: a tool for biology' conference in Paris.
Manuel Etzkorn presents the latest research of the group at the 'Connecting EPR, ssNMR and DNP for the study of complex biomolecules' symposium at Schloss Ringberg.
Welcome to Maria Dahlhaus, new Master student in the lab, working on understanding a multitasker of HIV.
It was fun (co)hosting the FGMR discussion meeting in Duesseldorf and congratulations to Thibault Viennet for recieving a posterprize (awarded from a jury of all speakers of the conference)!
We put quite some effort to review the state-of-the-art of NMR and the nanodisc system. The result can be found on the de Gruyter's Biological Chemistry homepage (see publications for link).
Welcome to Kubra Bilici, visiting researcher from Turkey!
Thibault Viennet is presenting our research on targeted DNP at the EUROMAR in Aarhus.
Welcome to the world: Targeted DNP! Our new approach to selectively hyperpolarize a target protein in a massive background has been published in Angewandte Chemie and is featured on the inside cover.
Welcome to Laetita Heid, new Master student in the lab working on the nanodisc system.
Welcome to the world: UTOPIA NMR! Our new approach to make better use of the available magnetization has been published in the Journal of Biomolecular NMR.
Welcome to Jan Borggraefe, new PhD student in the lab working on inverse agonist signalling.
Manuel Etzkorn presents the latest research of the group at the ISMAR meeting in Shanghai.
Aldino Viegas and Thibault Viennet are presenting their research on UTOPIA-NMR (talk) as well as targeted DNP (travel-stipend-poster) at the EUROMAR in Prague.
Welcome to Mojtaba Oraki, visiting researcher from Iran!
Congratulations again to Aldino Viegas for beeing awarded a research fellowship of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Program of the EU!
Congratulations to Aldino Viegas for beeing awarded a research fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation!
First spectra were obtained on the new Bruker 700 MHz magnet - looks good!
Let's celebrate 20 years of amphipols with Jean-Luc Popot and the Journal of Membrane Biology!
We are glad to contribute with the following two papers: