Manuel Mueller - King's College London

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Research in our lab focuses on using synthetic protein chemistry to elucidate how proteins are controlled by post-translational modifications. We are particularly interested in modifications of the polypeptide backbone, and how such processes are involved in molecular ageing.

 

We are located in the recently formed chemistry department at King's College London. Our research is generously funded by a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, jointly provided by the Wellcome Trust and the Royal Society.

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Karola wins the 2019 Daniell Prize from KCL Chemistry (jointly with Magd Badaoui & Grant Pellowe). Congratulations!

Jonathan Davies - PhD Student - joins the lab

 

Florence Stoffel - King's Undergraduate Research Fellow - joins the lab

 

Rachelle Benarroch - King's MSci student - returns to the lab

 

Book chapter on 'Chemical Protein Synthesis: Strategies and Biological Applications' published in 'Chemical and Biological Synthesis: Enabling Approaches for Understanding Biology' (Editors: Nick J Westwood, Adam Nelson)

Perspective on Post-Translational Modifications of Protein Backbones published in special issue of Biochemistry 'The Future of Biochemistry'

Jasmine Wyatt - PhD Student (Jointly with Tavassoli Lab @ KCL, BRC) - joins the lab

Tianze Zhang - PhD Student (CSC) - joins the lab

 

Halime Karakoy - King's MSci Student - joins the lab

 

Rachelle Benarroch - King's Undergraduate Research Fellow - joins the lab for a summer project

 

Daynea Wallock-Richards - Postdoc in Chemical Biology - joins the lab

George Preston - Visiting Postdoc from KCL Environmental Carcinogenesis - joins the lab

Karola Gerecht - PhD Student (LIDo) - joins the lab

Sofia Margiola - PhD Student - joins the lab