I’m a computational chemist by education. I studied chemistry at the University of Leipzig, Germany, and continued with a doctoral degree at the same place.
I joined the bioorganic research group of John Robinson at the University of Zurich in 1998 as a scientific co-worker focusing on the application of advanced computational and NMR methods to study peptide and protein structures, their dynamics and the formation of biomolecular complexes.
Since 2019 I work in Oliver’s group on the Innosuisse antibiotics project investigating the structure and dynamics of new peptide antibiotics in complex with their protein targets by NMR spectroscopy.
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