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Institute of Biochemistry
Membrane Biochemistry group
Inga Hänelt

group leader
N200/1.08
phone +49-69-798-29255 (office)
email haenelt (at) biochem.uni-frankfurt.de

Ute Imkampe

Administrative assistant
N200/1.08
phone +49-69-798-29238
email imkampe (at) chemie.uni-frankfurt.de

Dorith Wunnicke

Senior Scientist
N220/3.08
phone +49-69-798-29642
email
wunnicke (at) em.uni-frankfurt.de

Sunesh Sethumadhavan

Senior Scientist
N220/3.08
phone +49-69-798-29642
email
sunesh (at) stud.uni-frankfurt.de

Yvonne Hellmich

PhD student
N220/3.09
phone +49-69-798-29663
email hellmich (at) biochem.uni-frankfurt.de

Michael Fuss

PhD student
N220/3.10
phone +49-69-798-29921
email fuss (at) em.uni-frankfurt.de

 

 

I am working on the regulation of the K+/H+ symporter KimA by the secondary messenger cyclic-di-AMP. Hereby, I use biochemical techniques requiring expression and purification of the target proteins as well as microbiology assays coupled with structural biology and biophysical approaches to find answers. Next to my research my basketball skills are on an extraordinary level. Also, I have superior jokes compared to Jakob’s which is - to be fair - not challenging at all.

Jakob Silberberg

PhD student
N200/1.22
phone
+49-69-798-29237
email
jakob.silberberg (at) stud.uni-frankfurt.de

I am working on characterizing K+ transport by the Kdp system and its regulation using biochemical assays and cryo-EM. In my free time I enjoy playing football, going to concerts, and making bad jokes that my colleagues can’t help but laugh at.

David Griwatz

PhD student
N200/1.22
phone +49-69-798-29237
email dgriwatz (at) em.uni-frankfurt.de

I am working on characterizing the K+ channel KtrAB system using different structural and functional approaches. In my free time I like riding my bike around Frankfurt, cooking food from all around the world, baking (and eating) delicious cakes and watching football.

Celina Thiel

PhD student
N200/1.22
phone
+49-69-798-29237
email cethiel (at) em.uni-frankfurt.de

The topic of my research is potassium-mediated signalling in Bacillus subtilis biofilms via potassium channel YugO. In addition to in vivo studies of the electrochemical signalling processes in biofilms in a microfluidic approach, I aim at the purification and biochemical characterisation of potassium channel YugO. In the lab, I am (in)famous for high-effort powerpoint presentations and drawing animated movies about Bacillus subtilis, YugO and a collection of failed experiments. When I am not currently working in the lab, I play the flute in various wind bands and orchestras or spent my time biking or hiking.

Oliver Thon

Master student
N200/1.22
phone
+49-69-798-29237

Julia Grass

Student helper
N200/1.22
phone
+49-69-798-29237

Leonard Laage

Student helper
N200/1.22
phone
+49-69-798-29237

Finn Uhlig

Student helper
N200/1.22
phone
+49-69-798-29237

Contact

Prof. Dr. Inga Hänelt
Biocenter N200/1.08
phone +49-69-798 29 255


Funding