At the University of Copenhagen

We are interested in the molecular function and pharmacology of ion channels. These membrane proteins regulate cellular excitability by controlling ion flux across cell membranes. Their dysfunction is associated with numerous diseases, resulting in an ever-increasing demand for drugs targeting these fascinating molecules.

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ASIC paper accepted in Biophysical Journal

Big fluorometry effort led by Stephanie

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We are always interested in hearing from highly motivated students and postdocs who may wish to join our team – check out more details here.

We employ a wide range of innovative technologies, such as non-canonical amino acid incorporation, protein splicing and spectroscopic approaches in combination with electrophysiological methods to study ion channels.

We employ a wide range of innovative technologies, such as non-canonical amino acid incorporation, protein splicing and spectroscopic approaches in combination with electrophysiological methods to study ion channels.

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