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Tim Clausen

Our group employs an integrative Structural Biology approach to study complex proteases and chaperones that function as safeguards in the cell, preventing other proteins from undergoing dangerous interactions. By addressing mechanistic details of the protein-quality-control machinery, we aim to develop strategies against misbehaving proteins connected with neurodegenerative diseases, inclusion body myopathies, cancer and ageing. Moreover, differences in the protein folding and protein degradation pathways between bacterial pathogens and their hosts will guide the development of novel antibiotics.

Group Members

Juraj AHEL
PhD Student
Renato ARNESE
PhD Student
Tim CLAUSEN
Senior Scientist
Julian Friedrich EHRMANN
PhD Student
Bence HAJDUSITS
PhD Student
David Mario HOI
Asgar Abbas KAZRANI
Postdoc
Juliane KLEY
Research Assistant
Robert KURZBAUER
Senior Research Assistant
Julia LEODOLTER
Postdoc
Anton MEINHART
Research Associate
Francesca MORREALE
Postdoc
Anastasia OKUN
Research Technician
Olga PETROVA
Postdoc
Lorenzo PICCHIANTI
PhD Student
Maria Luise PUPP
Master Student
Ana RAMOS VELAZQUEZ
Postdoc
Antonia Veronika VOGEL
PhD Student