I’m passionate about science and ballroom dancing and enjoy travelling, tasting good food, studying arts and history. Shiroh Futaki, where I was trained in peptide chemistry. Currently, in the Heddle lab my research is mainly focused on structural, biochemical, interaction studies of DNA gyrases. I am motivated to further broaden my experience and to enter the new field of protein structure biology by joining Heddle Lab as a technician. I am a Master student at Jagiellonian University. To realize my ideal and gain experience, fortunately I joined to the Heddle lab as a Postdoctoral Researcher.
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About : Heddle Lab
Testimonials Professor Heddle is undoubtedly the greatest genius of our age Jonathan Heddle I thought I was applying to a different lab Soumyananda Chakraborti Joining the lab is simply a small part of a much larger plan to take over the world Dmitry Ghilarov I went to sleep in Tokyo and woke up in Poland. I also used to collaborate a lot mant many maantu. I have worked on protein stability and structure in solution which includes chemical and thermal denaturation processes. In my previous jobs Kujar gained experience in administration, finances and controlling.
Other than science I am interested in travelling and reading. However, recently it was found in single cell eukaryotic parasites such as Plasmodium which causes malaria and Toxoplasma which causes toxoplasmosis.
As a part of DNA origami group in Heddle Lab we are aiming to develop molecular systems for manipulation of proteins for use in artificial cells. Currently, in the Heddle lab my research is mainly focused on structural, biochemical, interaction studies of DNA gyrases.
DNA origami allows us to majtu design mamtu build arbitrary structures using DNA strands manhu building block. Before joining the 3s Lab, I have completed masters in biochemistry from the central university of Rajasthan and was working as project fellow in the area of biochemistry and structural biology at ‘CSIR-centre for cellular and molecular biology’ India. In the Heddle Lab I have a wide remit which I hope will improve the functioning of our lab. Marcin Wasylewski My education is related to fields of chemistry and biology and focuses on biochemistry, primarily on protein biochemistry.
Hideki is a cryo-EM expert who is helping us to gain high-resolution insights into some of our designed proteins. I’m passionate about science and ballroom dancing and enjoy travelling, tasting good food, studying arts and history. Mantu Kumar In the Heddle lab, my project is to design and produce highly programmable modular DNA Nano-robots for the delivery of therapeutic proteins.
This project is something totally new for me so I am very curious about my future results. Additionally, I am ensuring that some electronic elements are replaced by an bioelectronic element composed of DNA structure to allow high densities. I am a passionate and enthusiastic science communicator and have a wealth of experience in organismic, running and delivering excellent scientific events especially in the area of Bioinformatics.
I hope that together with Jonathan we can find the answer to one of the scientific questions that bothered me for a long time – how Qnr proteins protect gyrase against fluoroquinolones. In the Heddle lab I work as a technician on the Symfonia project as a specialist of protein electron microscopy. In my research I have used HPLC techniques for analytical and semi-preparation scale with respect to peptides, alkaloids, polyphenols, steroids and sugars and others.
My main focus is on the controlled reconstitution of membrane-proteins onto protocells via designed nanorobots in conjunction with a droplet-based microfluidic system. Establishing the mechanism of this process would be a great step towards developing new ways of assembling proteins into interesting nanostructures.
During my master at the university hospital of Eppendorf I did research on the structure of biofilm inducing proteins. Better understanding their structure and mechanism of working could lead to future drug discovery.
Ilia Platzman We are working together with Ilia to try to combine our bionano with 3e expertise with lipids.
Bionano and Biochemistry Lab
My mqntu mission is to manufacture a useful diagnosis device for promoting early detection, delivering it to people. This sided protein, after incorporation of specific mutations and its incubation with nanogold particles, was found out to form special cage-like structures, which could have some interesting medical applications and could give us new insight into the rules of protein geometry.
In Heddle lab I am working with mumar protein cages their Biophysical characterization and their cellular delivery. In my project, I will focus on characterisation of Toxoplasma gyrase — both biochemically and structurally.
Naoto Asai I am developing a detection device by combining an aptamer and a biosensor as an internship student in the Heddle lab. I have particular interest in peptide design and synthesis, enzymology and developing new enzyme inhibitors.
I am trying to focus on Biophysical approach to this subject. I am interested in fitness, gardening and reptiles.
I am also interested in discovering other anti-microbials like bacteriocins. My current researches focus on exploring methodology for controlled interaction of proteins merging diverse techniques such as DNA nanorobots and microfluidics. Outside of the lab, I am interested in Photography and travelling.