Understanding Biomedically Relevant Processes Using (Nano)-Vibrational Spectroscopy

We are exploring biophysical concepts that underlie biomedically relevant processes. These include the evolution of enzymes and ion channel activity in antibacterial and antiviral resistance, and protein misfolding in neurodegenerative diseases using experimental and computational vibrational spectroscopic approaches.

We thank Prof. Joachim Heberle for hosting us at the Experimental Molecular Biophysics Lab.

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DFG Individual Research Project Granted

Understanding Antibiotic Resistance and Enzymatic Catalysis by Combining Computational and Experimental Molecular Biophysics We will explore the relationship between the evolution of antibiotic resistance and the physical forces or non-covalent interactions that exist within enzymatic…

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