Monday, November 16, 2020 zoom meeting
SciLifeLab Fellow, Uppsala University
Sebastian Deindl holds a PhD degree from the University of California, Berkeley (training with John Kuriyan) where he studied the allosteric control of protein kinases and developed a passion for correlating protein structure with function. During his postdoctoral research he developed single-molecule fluorescence imaging approaches to study dynamic aspects of enzyme mechanisms in Xiaowei Zhuang’s laboratory at Harvard.
Gene expression is tightly controlled by highly specialized proteins. My group aims to understand how the structures and dynamics of these proteins together enable their function. In order to address this question, we develop single-molecule imaging methodologies and combine them with strcutural and biochemical approaches. In this talk, I will discuss recent examples of these efforts.
Read more about Sebastian´s research on: http://deindl-lab.com
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