My name is Carl and I am from Sweden. I did my master in molecular biotechnology at Lund University. My previous work has been with recombinant spider silk proteins. During my phd here at the University of Warwick I will use NMR to study the structure of bacterial peptidoglycan. Even if peptidoglycan has been studied for a very long time there is still much to discover regarding the structure.
From the 12th of January until the 10th of April 2015 I am on my international secondment in Lyon, France. I am at the CRMN, where I am learning about NMR protein structure calculations with Torsten Herrmann. Torsten has developed the software UNIO, which can be used for automatic assignment of NMR spectra combined with structure calculations. I am learning about structure calculations in general, automatic structure calculations and also working on how to use these calculations on peptidoglycan.
University of Warwick
Solid-state NMR of a protein in a precipitated complex with a full-length antibody.
Lamley JM, Iuga D, Oster C, Sass HJ, Rogowski M, Oss A, Past J, Reinhold A, Grzesiek S, Samoson A, Lewandowski JR.
J Am Chem Soc., 2014 Nov 10. 136(48):16800–16806
Characterization and assembly of a GFP-tagged cylindriform silk into hexameric complexes.
Oster C, Bonde JS, Bülow L, Dicko C.
Biopolymers. 2014 Apr;101(4):378-390.
2012 Lund University, Institute of Technology, Master Thesis at the department of Pure and Applied Biochemistry.
2011 Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Exchange year as a part of the Master of Science at Lund University.
2007 – 2012 Lund University, Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Biotechnology.