How do biomolecules work in cellular environments? In the ChemBio division, we combine and develop protein engineering, synthetic chemistry, and state-of-the-art biophysical methods (spectroscopy, live cell imaging and nanotechnology) to address cutting-edge questions in biology to meet medical challenges related to human health. Our joint expertise is strategic and spans from molecular biophysics of single molecules to cell and organism biology
The division consists of 4 young and active research groups:Elin Esbjörner Winters
, Assoc Prof
Protein misfolding and cell-trafficking mechanisms related to neurodegenerative disease
Alexandra Stubelius, Asst Prof
Michaela Wenzel, Asst Prof
Nanotherapeutics for inflammatory diseases
Mechanisms of antibiotic action and resistanceFredrik Westerlund, Prof
Head of Division
Nanofluidic tools for single DNA molecule biophysicsPernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Prof
Protein folding, metal ion transport pathways, amyloid mechanisms and modulationInterested in a Master’s thesis project?
We are always looking for talented master thesis students. Please check out our list of available projects
within the Department of Biology and Biological Engineering. Maybe you will find something suitable?