Developing computational protein design and high-throughput experimental methods to generate new proteins with properties not seen in Nature, with an emphasize on membrane protein.
The Vorobieva lab interest lies at the interface of molecular modelling, experimental biochemistry and biophysics. We aim to develop new computational design methods and experimental high-throughput assays to study the fundamentals of membrane protein folding, in particular transmembrane beta-barrels (TMBs), and enable the custom design of TMBs for applications such as synthetic biology.
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We are always on the lookout for highly motivated colleagues to join our team. If you are interested in protein design, synthetic biology and/or high-throughput protein screening technologies, please contact us or apply for the job(s) below.
We offer a collaborative environment, at the interface of computational and experimental structural biology, and protein biophysics. Meet the team members who contribute our interdisciplinary research.
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