Intrinsically disordered proteins represents a paradigm shift in protein biology

Welcome to the Teilum Group

I lead one of three research groups at the Structural Biology and NMR Laboratory (SBiN-Lab). My main focus is on slow protein dynamics and the relationship between enzyme dynamics, function and structure. While I employ a broad spectrum of biophysical techniques, my main specialization is advanced nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopic techniques. Read more about my research and projects here.

I have significant experience with teaching and student supervision and allways have projects on hand. 


You are allways wellcome to submit applications for postdoc, PhD or Master projects. If you are interested in joining the group please contact me by mail or phone.

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