Nanomedicine

Theme leader: Daniela Wilson

This research theme involves the design, synthesis and characterization of molecules and molecular assemblies in order to elucidate structure and function of natural systems. Examples include artificial cells and organelles, enzyme-mimetic structures, orthogonal chemistry in living cells and analysis of biomolecular interactions. This theme's research is firmly based on expertise in bio/organic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, microfluidics, microscopy, NMR spectroscopy techniques, and data analysis/chemometrics.

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Nov 9 - Nov 9
Nov 23 - Nov 23
Radboud Research Rounds Plus: Prof. Guy ThwaitesImproving outcomes from severe infectious diseases: where’s the evidence?

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