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Biohybrid Nanoarrays for Biotechnological and Biomedical Applications

 

Group Leader: Guillaume Delaittre

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Our team is physically based at the KIT Campus North and funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research.  Our group is jointly hosted by the Institute of Toxicology and Genetics and the Institute of Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry , particularly in the group of Prof. Barner-Kowollik .
We aim at developing novel hybrid nanostructured surfaces and colloids by combining polymers and various biomolecules. We use organic chemistry (basic, modular ligations, photochemistry), modern techniques of macromolecular engineering (e.g., activation-deactivation radical polymerization, living ring-opening polymerization), modification of biomolecules (peptide synthesis, protein modification), and self-assembly principles to achieve our aims. We seek fundamental understanding or applications in the areas of protein-protein interaction, biocatalysis, and targeted delivery. Novel photochemical nanopatterning techniques are also among our interests. We work in close collaboration with other chemists but also with biologists, physicists, and engineers.
For a complete overview, please refer to the Publications section .

  

NEWS:

23/12/2013
The PhD student position that was advertised earlier has been filled! Dominic Keller will join us on the 3rd of March!
Nevertheless, there are still two positions remaining. We need two students for 4–6 months. We are looking preferably for 2nd year Master students but 1st year Master or students looking for a Vertiefungspraktikum or a Bachelor thesis are welcome to approach us!


07/11/2013
It is recruiting time again! We are eagerly looking for a PhD candidate with a strong background in polymer and/or organic synthesis to work on Biohybrid Multifunctional Polymeric Assemblies as well as two Master students on topics entitled “Biological Signal Photoactivation via Responsive Polymers” and “Photopatterning of Polymer Strands”. A description of the positions can be found in the Positions  section.


26/10/2013
The postdoctoral position advertised in June has been filled! We are extremely happy to welcome Ana Beloqui Elizazu in the group. Ana will start in February.


04/09/2013
The work of Benjamin Richter and Guillaume on the spatially resolved functionalization of 3D microscaffolds, carried out in the Bastmeyer and Barner-Kowollik groups, just appeared online  in Advanced Materials!


03/09/2013
The work on urea- and amide-containing monomers of Alexander Hähnel  from the Barner-Kowollik group with a contribution of Guillaume has been published online  in Polymer Chemistry!


04/07/2013
Hatice Turgut (MSc Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey) starts as the first PhD student of the group! Welcome Hatice!


18/06/2013
A new postdoctoral position is available. The research topic will deal with protein modification, by either chemical biology protocols or direct chemical modification. The modified biomolecules will then be integrated into biohybrid polymeric scaffolds for a biotechnological purpose. The full description of this offer is visible in “Positions” page.


17/05/2013

An essay written by Guillaume on the pathway to becoming an academic has been published today. Guillaume was invited by the editors of the Polymer Chemistry blog  to share his experience and feelings on how to become an academic. While an RSC-reduced version  appears on the blog, the full-length version can be read here .


01/05/2013

A new article  based on the work of Guillaume with his former colleagues of the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands has just been published in Journal of Materials Chemistry B!


01/03/2013

KICK-OFF!!! The group is officially created!
We are seeking one PhD candidate to work on the topic of Polymeric Materials for Biotechnological Applications. The job offer is visible in the Positions section of the group website.

 

 

 

Last update: April 1, 2014