Molecular Biomedicine projects

The list is ordered alphabetically according to project title. Click the title to see details.

Acid/base transport and pH homeostasis in pancreatic cancer

Supervisor: Professor Ivana Novak, Ph.D. student Ganga Deshar

Antibiotic tolerance: a CryoEM study of a tripartite protein-small ligand complex

Supervisor: YONG ZHANG

Antibiotics-tolerance to multi-drug resistant superbugs: molecular studies

Supervisor: YONG ZHANG

Anti-CRISPR proteins: identification and characterization of their molecular mechanisms in inhibiting CRISPR immunity

Supervisor: Xu Peng

ATP signaling in inflammation and cancer

Supervisor: Professor Ivana Novak, Ph.D. student Lara Magni

Bacterial biofilm formation via cyclic di-GMP binding/effector proteins - molecular and mechanical studies

Supervisor: YONG E. ZHANG

Combining CRISPR-based genome editing and synthetic biology for efficient genetic engineering

Supervisor: Xu Peng

DANIDA-projekt: ClimateSmart African Rice

Supervisor: Max Herzog

Disordered proteins in the ubiquitin-proteasome system

Supervisor: Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

How skin stem cells engage to maintain tissue function in physiology and disease?

Supervisor: Mirna Perez-Moreno

Luciferases - structure, function and biotechnology

Supervisor: Jakob Winther

Molecular mechanisms behind growth optimization and stress responses in bacteria

Supervisor: Sine Lo Svenningsen and Michael A. Sørensen

Molecular mechanisms underlying cilia-related kidney disease

Supervisor: Lotte Bang Pedersen

Novel signal transduction components regulating brown adipocyte biology

Supervisor: Jacob B. Hansen

Predicting bacterial evolution in complex biofilm communities

Supervisor: Mette Burmølle and Henriette Røder

Primary cilia and cellular signaling in health and disease

Supervisor: Lotte Bang Pedersen & Søren Tvorup Christensen

Projects in the Microenvironmental Ecology Group / Marine Biology / Microbiology

Supervisor: Michael Kühl

Regulated intracellular protein degradation to counter disease

Supervisor: Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

Structural destabilization as a trigger for hereditary disease

Supervisor: Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

Structure and function of membrane proteins in detergent-free systems

Supervisor: Henriette Elisabeth Autzen

Targeting membrane repair processes in cancer cells

Supervisor: Martin W. Berchtold