New Doctor in House!! Oh, Yeah!!
Promoted – Professor of Chemical Biology
“Chemistry is even not close to what Nature does” Lea Albert. However, you are catching on, Lea! New Doctor at Marburg University. Excellent work on photoswitchable peptides as tools for light-controlled modulation of epigenetic protein complexes. The best is about to come. Keep looking! Updated pandemic photo too.
RSEQ Young Group Leader Award 2020
It is only a crazy dream until you we do it! TENURED!!! Promotion to Associated Professor of Chemical Biology at Marburg University at Marburg University from January 2021. What a ride! Thanks everybody, in particular my PhD students: Bene, Lea, Greta, Lei and Marco. Dream crazier!!!
Top 10% Most Downloaded Paper!
Thrilled of receiving the 2020 Young Group Leader Award from the Royal Spanish Chemical Society (RSEQ) Thanks to all my supervisors and mentors, and especially thank you to my team and students at Marburg University. They do the magic! Better times will come to celebrate together!
DFG Project Funded!
As Whitesides said “Interesting & unpublished is equivalent to non-existent”. We believe that published & unread does not make it any better. We publish to share our findings and achieve a collective advancement in science. Therefore, we are thrilled that our work on photoswitchable protein-protein interaction (PPI) modulators belongs to the 2019 top downloaded ChemBioChem […]
2020 European Prize of the RSEQ Chemical Biology Division
Our DFG project to control epigenetic states via light-triggered modulators of protein-protein interactions is funded! New PhD position coming soon.
First Doctor!! Yuuuuhhhhuuu!!
It is an honour to be awarded as the 2020 Best European Young Researcher in Chemical Biology! It was quite an “in situ” surprise!! Thank you to all who made it possible, in particular, mentors, students (Bene, Lea, Greta & Lei), family and friends, especially those from The Marketing Heaven who enabled the voice of […]
HOUSE PARTY!! Bene gets his PhD! It seems it was yesterday when Bene started to work on the chemical biology applications of photoresponsive DNA-binding agents…time flies, plenty of adventures! We wish you all the best in this new adventure! We will miss you, Bene! Do not hesitate to check Bene’s contributions at our Publication section. […]