Single Molecule Protein Dynamics
Single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy is a powerful method to study the dynamics of proteins. We use it to elucidate a variety of important biophysical challenges, such as:
- Mapping the heterogeneous folding landscapses of large and complex proteins and identifying intermediate states and folding pathways.
- Deciphering the impact of conformational dynamics on the function of enzymes and protein machines.
We are looking for post-doctoral fellows and Ph.D. students to join this ERC-funded project!