I am really happy to share that we will be having 2 positions for post-doctoral researchers available in my laboratory. The positions are aimed to discover structured-based variants of protein complexes using advanced cryo-EM and computational structural biology methods. One Continue reading Cryo-EM & Computational Biology post-docs available!
We are happy to inform you that we collaborated with the MPI in Magdeburg, a work led by Dr.-Ing. Ivan Ivanov, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Sundmacher, and Dr. Rumiana Dimova. We have acquired cryo-EM data for a designed respiratory chain. We Continue reading A respiratory unit visualized by cryo-EM! Our collaboration is published in PNAS
The new SARS-CoV-2 has greatly affected our lives, and our laboratory is doing its best to understand and model the molecular mechanism of the recognition between the virus and the epithelial cells. In this manuscript, which is a great idea Continue reading Insights into SARS-CoV-2 cross-species transmission together with our collaborators from the U.S., Canada, and Spain
I am happy to inform you that in our lab we have 2 brand-new open Ph.D. positions! The projects focus on biochemistry and/or computational structural biology with the aim to design antibodies that recognize proteins or protein complexes implicated in Continue reading 2 Ph.D. positions available: Design of antibody-antigen interactions
I think it was a bit too sunny today in Halle 🙂The Kastritis Lab, November 2019: From left to right: Dr. Ulla Niesbach-Kloesgen (Project Coordinator); Fotis Kyrilis (Staff Scientist); Christian Tüting (Staff Scientist); Dr. Farzad Hamdi (Staff Scientist); Dr. Annette Continue reading The Kastritis Lab, November 2019