Royal Society Open Science welcomes submissions from researchers working across Biochemistry and Biophysics.
Dr Katrin Rittinger is currently a group leader at the Francis Crick Institute, London. Her current research interests are directed towards understanding how reversible protein-protein interactions regulate immune and inflammatory signalling pathways, with a particular focus on the role of ubiquitination in the regulation of these processes.
Professor Catherine Day is the head of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Otago. Her research focuses on understanding how a number of proteins involved in apoptosis interact, and how this knowledge can be exploited for the development of improved anti-cancer compounds.
|Professor Angela Gronenborn is the head of the department of structural biolgy at the Univeristy of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Her current research focuses on gene regulation and signalling, Protein – Carbohydrate recognition, and HIV related proteins.|
|Professor Jim Naismith’s research focuses on combining protein structure determination with molecular biology and biochemistry to probe biological mechainims, and to target specific disease pathwords.||Professor Xiadong Zhang is the professor of macromolecular structure and function at Imperial College London. Her research is particularly interested in large macromolecular assemblies invovled in DNA processing.|
|Professor Christian Herrmann is professor of physical and biophysical chemistry at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. His work investigates the interactions of proteins with other proteins and small molecules by means of biophysical and structural techniques||
Professor Franca Fraternali is professor of computational biology & informatics at King's College London. Her research focuses modelling of protein structures and protein-protein interactions
|Professor John Ladbury is Professor of Mechanistic Biology at the University of Leeds. His research focuses on protein complex formation at receptors.||Professor Janez Plavec is the Head of the Slovenian NMR centre.|
|Dr Janet Deane is a research fellow at the University of Cambridge. She uses molecular modeling and protein crystallography to answer questions about protein:protein interactions such as host-pathogen interactions and MHC: chaperone interactions.||Professor Kalle Gehring is a professor of biochemistry at McGill university. His research focuses on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy to the study of protein and nucleic acid structures.|
|Professor Mark Leake is professor of biological physics at the University of York. He researches developing and applying novel forms of optical microscopy to investigate complex biological processes at the level of single molecules.||Professor Erika Manchini is an associate professor at the University of Oxford. Her research aims to determine the structural basis underlying the interplay between chromatin remodelling factors, transcription factors and DNA.|
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