Biostructural Research – University of Copenhagen

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Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology > Teaching > Bachelor and Master projects > Biostructural Research

Student projects in Biostructural Research

Examples of research topics and techniques:

  • Expression, production and structure elucidation of proteins
  • Characterisation of protein function
  • Structure activity relationships
  • Molecular recognition
  • Virtual screening

Current Master projects:

General contacts:

 

Core project(s) / Areas of expertise:

Karla Frydenvang

Associate Professor

Karla Frydenvang

Ligand-gated ion channels / ionotropic glutamate receptors, three-dimensional protein structures

Michael Gajhede

Professor

Michael Gajhede Ligand-gated ion channels, Histone demethylases / protein crystallography, structural biology

David Gloriam

Associate Professor

David Gloriam

G Protein-coupled receptors / bioinformatics, chemogenomics, ligand-receptor interactions, structure-based drug design, virtual screening

Flemming Steen Jørgensen

Professor

Flemming Steen Jørgensen Drug transporters, Cytochrome P450 and drug metabolism / computerbased methods, molecular modelling

Jette S. Kastrup

Professor

Jette S. Kastrup

Ligand-gated ion channels, Histone demethylases / ion channel receptors in the central nervous system, chromatin-modifying enzymes, protein analysis, X-ray crystallography

Osman Mirza

Associate Professor

Osman Mirza

Drug transporters / bioinformatics, human transporter proteins, protein structure and function, X-ray crystallography

Lars Olsen

Associate Professor

Lars Olsen

Ligand-gated ion channels, Cytochrome P450 and drug metabolism, Histone demethylases / biochemistry, biofysics, computational and medicinal chemistry, molecular modelling

Bente Vestergaard

Associate Professor

Bente Vestergaard

SAXS: Method development and studies of fibrillation / bioSAXS, structural analysis af protein fibrillation, structural biology, X-ray crystallography