Prof. Dr. Susanne Alban (Kiel University)

  • Designed copolymers for quantitative detection of heparin in serum

Prof. Dr. Gal Bitan and Prof. Dr. Jeff Bronstein (University of California at Los Angeles, USA)

  • Prevention of pathological protein aggregation with supramolecular tools: Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Diabetes mellitus II

Dr. Peter Crowley (National University of Ireland, Galway)

  • Structural elucidation of complexes between proteins and molecular tweezers with NMR spectroscopy and X-ray crystallography

Prof. Dr. Matthias Epple, Dr. Viktoriya Sokolova (Duisburg-Essen University)

  • Nanoparticles as transport vehicle for supramolecular drugs across cell membranes

Prof. Dr. Markus Gerhards (Kaiserslautern University)

  • Spectroscopical characterization of ß-sheet models in the molecular beam (R2PI)

Prof. Dr. Herbert de Groot, Prof. Dr. Michael Kirsch (Duisburg-Essen University)

  • Control over enzymatic activity by molecular clips, tweezers and affinity polymers

Prof. Dr. Raz Jelinek (Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel)

  • Sensor materials via embedding of specific amphiphilic receptor molecules in chromatic vesicles and films

Prof. Dr. Arno Kraft (Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)

  • Living polymerization techniques for the construction of protein-selective materials

Prof. Dr. Jan Münch (Ulm University clinics)

  • Inhibition of HIV infectiosity by SEVI complexation with molecular tweezers

Prof. Dr. Christian Ochsenfeld (LMU München)

  • Ab initio calculation of NMR chemical shifts for complexes between biomolecules and designed supramolecular ligands

Prof. Dr. Christian Ottmann (Technical University Eindhoven)

  • 14-3-3 Proteins and molecular tweezers

Dr. Ivo Piantanida und Dr. Marijeta Kralj (Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia)

  • Biological effects of diverse calixarene ligands on cell cycle and membrane stability

Dr. Elsa Sanchez-Garcia (MPI for charcoal research, Mülheim)

  • QM/MM and MD simulations for protein interactions with molecular tweezers

Prof. Dr. Carsten Schmuck (Duisburg-Essen University)

  • Development of an artificial RGD binder

Prof. Dr. Börje Sellergren (Malmö University, Sweden)

  • Molecularly imprinted affinity materials for proteins

Prof. Dr. Heinrich Sticht (Erlangen-Nürnberg University)

  • University

Prof. Dr. Mathias Ulbricht (Duisburg-Essen University)

  • Membrane absorbers for Proteins

Prof. Dr. Dieter Willbold and Prof. Dr. Carsten Korth (Düsseldorf University)

  • Aminopyrazole-D-peptide hybrids against pathological aggregation of the Alzheimer’s peptide