Computational methods and NMR spectroscopy: Tools for improving our understanding of proteins

Kresten Lindorff-Larsen is a professor at SBiNlab at the Department of Biology at the University of Copenhagen. His group focuses on combining computational methods with experimental data to study the structure, function, dynamics and folding of proteins. Kresten Lindorff-Larsen studied biochemistry at the University of Copenhagen. During this time, he developed a strong interest in […]

Using Advanced NMR Methods for Investigating Protein Regulation in Cancer and Other Diseases

Originally from France, Thibault Viennet embarked on an academic journey that recently led him to Aarhus, Denmark, studying chemical engineering at Lille University in France, refining his skills in analytical techniques. His undergraduate years revealed that his true passion lays in research, diverting him away from a potential future in the industry. Thibault’s academic focus […]

NMR spectroscopy can aid in the battle against microorganisms by predicting their next move

Jens Øllgaard Duus is professor at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and a former center leader at the Carlsberg NMR center, where he used NMR to optimize the production of beer. Currently, he applies the techniques acquired from Carlsberg to understand how mutations affect diseases and convert food residues into biofuel. After pursuing his […]

NMR spectroscopy, temperature variation, and the secrets of neurodegenerative diseases

Anders Malmendal was educated as a chemical engineer at Lund University in Sweden and ENSIGC in Toulouse, France. After finishing his master’s thesis, he stayed in Lund to write his PhD in biophysical chemistry. Here, he used NMR to get both structural and dynamic information on how calcium-binding proteins bind calcium cooperatively. Anders has worked […]

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