The Knut och Alice Wallenberg foundation awarded funding for 5 years with the prestigious WAF grant to study in-cell NMR of nucleic acids.
Continued funding to our group from the Karolinska Institute provides for 5 years of funding
Katja has received the title Docent in Biophysics from the Karolinska Institute.
Are you interested in working in RNA Biophysics or NMR of RNA? Then you should apply here!
Ting Huang is our newest PhD student working on miRNA targeting.
Our paper “Observing an antisense drug complex in intact human cells by in-cell NMR” has been accepted by ChemBioChem – read exciting work on how to detect unmodified NA in intact human cells using DNP and NMR.
Magdalena Riad is our newest intern working on the ribosome project.
Elnaz BaniJamali is our newest PostDoc working on miRNA targeting.
Katja has been elected the chair of the Computational Aspects of Biomolecular NMR Gordon Research conference for 2023, which means she will also be co-chair in 2021, together with Art Palmer. We are looking forward to exciting meetings to come!
Cenk Onur Gürdap will work on new methods to produce isotope-labeled RNA with Hannes as a summer student.