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Fraser obtained a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Sheffield in 1987 and a Dr. rer. nat. from the Department of Chemistry at the Free University of Berlin (Germany) in 1993. He pursued post-doctoral research at the Technical University Berlin (Germany) (1993-1995), the Commissariat de l’Energie Atomique, Saclay, France (1995-1998) and the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt (Germany) (1998-2006).

Fraser is currently a Reader in the School of Chemistry at the University of East Anglia, Norwich where he joined the faculty in 2007. To coincide with his appointment Fraser has won a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award. He leads biological EPR research in the Henry Welcome Laboratory.

His present research aims to elucidate structure / function / dynamics relationships in biomacromolecules and macromolecular complexes. Particular emphasis being on the application, and expansion, of electron paramagnetic resonance methods to study membrane proteins.

Selected publications

Shiran Barber-ZuckerJenny HallAfonso FroesSofiya KolushevaFraser MacMillan* and Raz Zarivach*
The cation diffusion facilitator protein MamM’s cytoplasmic domain exhibits metal-type dependent binding modes and discriminates against Mn2+
J. Biol. Chem. accepted (2020)  
DOI10.1074/jbc.RA120.014145

Jenny L Hall, Azmat Sohail, Thomas Stockner, Harald H. Sitte, Jesus Angulo, & Fraser MacMillan
Saturation transfer difference NMR on the integral trimeric membrane transport protein GltPh determines cooperative substrate binding
Scientific Reports, 10, 16483 (2020)
DOI 10.1038/s41598-020-73443-z 

Matthew O. Ross, Fraser MacMillan, Jingzhou Wang, Alex Nisthal, Thomas J. Lawton, Barry D. Olafson, Stephen L. Mayo, Amy C. Rosenzweig, Brian M. Hoffman
Particulate methane monooxygenase contains only mononuclear copper centers
Science
364, 566-570 (2019)
DOI: 10.1126/science.aav2572

Elliot L. Bennett, Elliot J. Lawrence, Robin J. Blagg, Anna S. Mullen, Fraser MacMillan, Andreas W. Ehlers, Daniel J. Scott,Joshua S. Sapsford, Andrew E. Ashley, Gregory G. Wildgoose, J. Chris Slootweg,
A New Mode of Chemical Reactivity for Metal-Free Hydrogen Activation by Lewis Acidic Boranes
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 58 (25), 8362-8366 (2019)
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201900861

Hannah B. L. Jones, Rory M. Crean, Anna Mullen, Emanuele G. Kendrick, Steven D. Bull , Stephen A. Wells, David R. Carbery, Fraser MacMillan , Marc W. van der Kamp, and Christopher R. Pudney.
Exposing the Interplay Between Enzyme Turnover, Protein Dynamics, and the Membrane Environment in Monoamine Oxidase B
Biochemistry, 58, 2362-2372 (2019)
DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.9b00213

Shiran Barber‐Zucker, Jenny Hall, Sivasubramanyan, Venkata Mangapuram, Itamar Kass, Sofiya Kolusheva, Fraser MacMillan, Raz Zarivach, Arnon Henn,
Metal binding to the dynamic cytoplasmic domain of the cation diffusion facilitator (CDF) protein MamM induces a 'locked-in' configuration
FEBS Journal 286(11) 2193-2215 (2019)
DOI: 10.1111/febs.14795 

Despo Polyviou, Moritz M. Machelett, Andrew Hitchcock, Alison J. Baylay, Fraser MacMillan, C. Mark Moore, Thomas S. Bibby and Ivo Tews,
Structural and functional characterisation of IdiA/FutA (Tery_3377) from the ocean diazotroph Trichodesmium erythraeum
J. Biol. Chem. 293, 18099-18109 (2018)
DOI: 10.1074/jbc.RA118.001929

John Anderson, Daniel Watkins, Jonathan Jenkins, Katie Grayson, Nicola Wood, Jack Steventon, Kristian Le Vay, Matt Goodwin, Anna Mullen, Henry Bailey, Matthew Crump, Fraser MacMillan, Adrian Mulholland, Gus Cameron, Richard Sessions, and Stephen Mann
Construction and in vivo assembly of a catalytically proficient and hyperthermostable de novo enzyme
Nature Communications 8, 358 (2017)
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-00541-4


 

Career

  • 2007 –  present: Reader in Chemistry in the School of Chemistry and Director of the Henry Wellcome Unit for Biological EPR, UEA
  • 2007 – 2012: Wolfson Research Merit Award of The Royal Society
  • 1998 – 2006: Independent/Junior Group Leader Fachbereich Chemie, Biochemie & Pharmazie, J. W. Goethe Universität, Frankfurt, Germany
  • 1995 – 1998: Marie-Curie Stipendiat (of the EU)  at the CEA Saclay, Séction de Bioénergétique, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France 1993 – 1995    Post-Doc in the Max-Volmer Institut of the Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
  • 1988 – 1993: Dr. rer. nat. in the Institut für Organische Chemie of the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
  • 1984 – 1987: B.Sc. Sp. Hons. in Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Sheffield, UK

 

External Activities

Conference Organisation

2012 - 2021        Chair, EPR symposium of the 61st Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry 2021 [Vice-chair 2019; committee member 2012-2018; Session organizer 2013-2019];

2019                   Joint-Chair, 85th Harden Conference; “Dynamic Membrane Complexes: Respiration and Transport” Bonn, Germany, August 2019

2018                   Chair of the COST-EU Meeting CM1306 “Understanding Movement and Mechanism in Molecular Machines” Zagreb, Croatia March 2018.

2016                   Joint-Chair, 79th Harden Conference; “Oxygen Evolution and Reduction: Common Principles”,Innsbrück, Austria, April 2016”

2015                   Co-Chair of the Joint UK:Brazil symposium held during the 23rd IUBMB Congress in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, August 2015

2014                   Co-Chair (together with Prof. W. Lubitz and Prof. H.-J. Steinhoff) of the International Symposium” Integrating Advanced Spectroscopic Tools for Structure and Dynamics of Biological Macromolecular Complexes in vitro and in vivo“ Ringberg, Kreuth, Deutschland, December 2014.

2013                   Chair of the COST-EU CM0902 Meeting “Molecular Machines for Translocation across Membranes”, Innsbrück, Austria November 2013.

2013                    Co-Chair of the 3rd Joint German/British Bioenergetics Conference (DUKBEC) “Bioenergetics in mitochondria, bacteria and chloroplasts” Ebsdorfergrund, Deutschland April 2013 (see www.biochemistry.org/Conferences/AllConferences/tabid /379/View/Programme/Page/1/MeetingNo/SA150/Default.aspx).

2012                   Co-Chair (together with Prof. W. Lubitz and Prof. H.-J. Steinhoff) International Symposium ”Integrating Advanced Spectroscopic Tools for Structure and Dynamics of Biological Macromolecular Complexes in vitro and in vivo“ Ringberg, Deutschland  December 2012.

2009                   Chair of the 42nd International Meeting of the ESR Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Norwich, England April 2009.

2008                   Chair of the EBEC 2008 Satellite “Quinone Binding and Catalysis” Dublin, Ireland July 2008.

2008                   Co-Chair of the 2nd Joint German/British Bioenergetics Conference “Integration of Structures, Spectroscopies and Mechanisms”, Edinburgh, Scotland, April 2008.

2005                   Chair of the 1st Joint German/British Bioenergetics Conference “Mechanisms of Bioenergetic Membrane Proteins: Structures and Beyond” Wiesbaden, Deutschland, March 2005 (see www.bioenergetics.de).

Training Event organisation

2021                    Co-Organiser of the 15th  Greta Pifat Mrzljak International School of Biophysics, Split, Croatia, August 2020 (postponed due to Covid-19)

2018                    Co-Organiser of the 14th  Greta Pifat Mrzljak International School of Biophysics, Split, Croatia, August 2018

2016                    Co-Organiser of the 13th  Greta Pifat Mrzljak International School of Biophysics, Adriatic Coast, Croatia, September 2016

2014                    Co-Organiser of the 12th  Greta Pifat Mrzljak International School of Biophysics, Primosten, Croatia, September 2014

2014                    Co-Organiser (together with Prof. N. le Brun and Dr. R. Bowater) of The Biochemical Society Training Day ”Biophysical Techniques for Probing Biological Systems“ Norwich, UK. July 2014.

2013                    Main Organiser of the COST-EU Training School “Molecular Machines for Translocation across Membranes” University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2013.

2005                    Co-Organiser (and Teacher) at the 3rd European EPR Summer school of the European Federation of EPR Groups in Wiesbaden-Naurod, Deutschland July 2005 (siehe www.eprsummerschool.de).

Learned Societies:  Memberships and Committee Roles

2016 – 2018        Member of the Basic Biosciences Theme Panel of the Biochemical Society

2013 – 2018        Chair of Theme Panel/Research Area III "Energy and Metabolism" of the Biochemical Society

2012 – 2013        Vice-Chair of Theme Panel III "Bioenergetics and Metabolism" of the Biochemical Society

2010 – 2018        Treasurer of the Special Interest Group ESR of the Royal Society of Chemistry

2008 – 2012        Committee Member of Theme Panel III "Bioenergetics and Metalbolism" of the Biochemical Society

2007 –                 Member of the Society of Bioinorganic Chemistry (SBIC)

2007 – 2010        Committee Member of the Special Interest Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry
2003– 2006        

2006 –                 Member of the International Photosynthesis Society

2004 –                 Member of the International EPR Society

2002 –                 Member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik

1998 –                 Member of the Biochemical Society

1987 –                 Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

Research Networks

2020 – 2023        Co-I of the EU MSCA Marie Curie Innovative Training Network “NeuroTrans” 

2018 – 2021         Member of  EU-COST Action (CA18132) “Functional Glyconanomaterials for the Development of Diagnostics and Targeted Therapeutic Probes

2018 – 2020        Member of EU COST-Action (CA15126) “Between Atom and Cell: Integrating Molecular Biophysics Approaches for Biology and Healthcare (MOBIEU)

2014 – 2019        Chair and Grantholder of the EU-COST Action (CM1306) “Understanding Movement and Mechanism in Molecular Machines”

2012 – 2014        Chair and Grantholder of the EU-COST Action (CM0902) “Molecular machineries for ion translocation across biomembranes”

2009 – 2014        Management Committee Member (UK) of the COST Action CM0902 "Molecular machineries for ion translocation across biomembranes"

2000 – 2006        P-I in the DFG Sonderforschungsbereich 472 „Molekulare Bioenergetik“

Journal Editorships

2011 – 2018        Member of the Scientific Editorial Advisory Board of The Biochemist  

2013 –                 Member of the Scientific Editorial Advisory Board of Frontiers

2008 – 2019        Associate Editor of Biochim. Biophys. Acta.

 

 

 

 

Research Group Membership

PDRA's

  • Dr. Christian Teutloff (Royal Society, Non Stipendiary) (2007 - )
  • Dr. Jessica van Wonderen (UEA/Wellcome Trust) (2009 - )
    Dr. Megen O’Mara (Non Stipendiary) (2012 - 2014)
  • Dr. Gaye White UEA, (BBSRC) 2007 – 2008
  • Dr. Justin Bradley UEA (Royal Society), 2011 – 2012


PhD Students (pre UEA)

  • Christian Teutloff, FU Berlin, Germany, (DFG) 1998 – 2003
  • Stéphane Grimaldi, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG), 1998 – 2002
  • Axel Weber, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 1999 – 2003
  • Thorsten Maly, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 1999 – 2004
  • Sevdalina Lyubenova, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 2000 – 2006
  • Jörg Fritscher, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 2001 – 2006
  • Marloes Penning de Vries, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 2003 – 2006


PhD Students (at UEA)

  • Matthew Bawn, (BBSRC) 2007 – 2012
  • Morgan Bye (EPSRC), 2009 – 2014
  • Alexander Morley (EU), 2013 – 2014, completed in Vienna
  • Suzy Jones, (UEA), 2012 – 2013, completed in Leicester
  • Anna Mullen, (MED/SCI) 2015 – 2019
  • Jenny Hall, (BBSRC NRP-DTP) 2016 – 2021
  • Janika Diegel, (BBSRC NRP-DTP iCASE), 2017 – 2018 moved to Freiburg
  • Afonso Froes (self-funded), 2019 – 2023
  • Shona Hepworth, (BBSRC NRP-DTP iCASE), 2019 – 2023
  • Kelly Arekion, (BBSRC NRP-DTP iCASE), 2020 – 2024, secondary supervisor
  • a.n.other (to be filled) EU ITN, 2020 – 2024
  • Matthew Bawn (2007 - 2012)
  • Morgan Bye (2009 - 2013)


Masters Research Students (pre UEA)

  • Louise van der Weerd (Wageningen/Saclay, Netherlands/France) 1996

  • Christian Teutloff (TU Berlin, Germany) 1997
  • Thorsten Maly (Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany) 1999
  • Janika Diegel (Freiburg, Germany) 2015 

 

Masters Research Students (at UEA)

  • Deborah Cave (BSc) 2007
  • Zoe Karthauser (MChem) 2008
  • Christopher Stevens (BSc) 2010
  • Alicia Stratford (MChem) 2010
  • Glenn Tobias (MChem) 2010
  • Ben Anderson (MChem) 2011
  • Alexander Morley (MChem) 2012, Prize for best research project 2012
  • Shivani Bhanaut (BSc) 2012
  • Thokozile Usuwana (BSc) 2013          
  • Chathurika Daysena (BSc) 2013
  • Anna Mullen (MChem) 2014
  • Alexander Pak (BSc) 2014
  • Isa Hassan (MChem) 2015     
  • Adam Fey (MChem) 2015
  • Jenny Hall (MChem) 2015     
  • Hannah Blades (BSc) 2016
  • Sophie Orme (MChem) 2016
  • Mikey Whitcutt (MChem) 2016
  • Patrick Marchington (MChem) 2017, Prize for best research project 2017
  • Shannon White (MChem) 2017
  • Afonso Froes (MChem) 2018
  • Teri Branson (MChem) 2018
  • Shona Hepworth (MChem) 2018       
  • Zara Krumins (MNatSci) 2019
  • Jack Sawyer (MChem) 2020

 

Externally Funded Summer Internships at UEA

  • Alex Morley, The Biochemical Society, 2011
  • Helen Newson , EU, 2012
  • Anna Mullen, The Biochemical Society, 2014
  • Alexander Pak, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014
  • Isa Hassan, The Wellcome Trust, 2014
  • Jenny Hall, The Wellcome Trust, 2015
  • Adam Fey, UEA funded summer studentship, 2015
  • Sophie Orme, UEA funded summer studentship, 2016
  • Patrick Marchington, EU, 2018
  • Afonso Froes, BBSRC NRP-DTP, 2018
  • Shona Hepworth, The Biochemical Society, 2018
  • Hannah Luedke, The Wellcome Trust, 2018

 

Guest Research Visitors

  • Roberto Poddighe, University of Sassari, Italy, (Erasmus), 2012 – 2013
  • Janika Diegel, University of Freiburg, Germany, 2014 – 2015
  • Beatriz G R Pinheiro, University of Sau Paulo, Brazil, 2014 – 2015
  • Dr. Shiran Barber-Zucker, Ben Gurion University, Israel, 2014 & 2016
  • Prof. Yonca Yuzugullu, Kocaeli University, Turkey, 2014 – 2015
  • Prof. Csaba Bagyinka, BRC, Szeged, Hungary, 2018

Key Research Interests and Expertise

Current Research/Technology Expertise and Interests:

  • All Aspects of Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (EPR, ESR) including Multi-Frequency (S-, X-, Q-, W-bands) EPR and Pulsed EPR (ENDOR, PELDOR, ESEEM, HYSCORE) Spectroscopy
  • Membrane and metalloproteins including photosynthetic and respiratory proteins
  • Structure/function/dynamics relationships in biomacromolecules
  • Electron transfer and (ABC-)transporter proteins


Current Methodologies/Techniques Used

  • All modern advanced EPR spectroscopies
  • MO-calculations (DFT)
  • Freeze-quenching
  • Spin-labelling


Areas for Potential Collaboration:
Anywhere where structural or structure/functional (including dynamic) information of a biomacromolecule is of importance. While endogenous spin probes (transition metal ion cofactors, organic cofactors or protein based radicals) are the probes of choice for the methods we apply, the use of exogenous spin probes (nitroxide spin labels and transition metal ions) also allows us to address inherently diamagnetic proteins and protein complexes, permitting access to similar information in these cases.

Current Research Projects:
My interests lie in the application and development of modern paramagnetic resonance spectroscopic techniques to characterise and correlate the structure and function of biomacromolecules. We apply advanced EPR techniques to study both local and global interactions of endogenous as well as exogneous spin probes providing very detailed structural information, which can be considered complementary to crystallographic and other structural techniques. In principle we are able to work with isolated proteins, protein ensembles, enriched membrane fragments, proteins reconstituted in proteoliposomes as well as in whole cells. Selected current active collaborations outside UEA include work on transporter proteins (p-Glycoprotein (Oxford), ATP-transporters (MRC Cambridge), respiratory proteins (complexes I, II, III and IV (Philadelphia, San Francisco, Freiburg, Newcastle and Frankfurt)), Colicins (York, Nottingham) and photosynthetic proteins (bioenergy systems (Tempe, Columbia)).

For Full details please see www.uea-epr.eu.

Research Funding

EU MSCA ITN Network: 
NeuroTrans (NEUROtransmitter TRANSporters: from single molecules to human pathologies)
MacMillan F, Co-I (ca. .€4,000,000)
February 2020 – January 2023

The Wellcome Trust: Award (to Prof. Changjiang Dong/Dr. MacMillan)
“From Structural and functional studies of essential and novel lipopolysaccharide transport and assembly membrane proteins to novel drug discoveries combating emerging multi-drug resistant pathogenic bacteria (£2,000,000) 2016 - 2021

The Wellcome Trust: SEED Award
"Life’s ups and downs: probing the conformational dynamics of DASS transporters, a family of transporters associated with age-related diseases and lifespan determination." Funding to Dr. C. Mulligan with F. MacMillan for a joint project 2018-2020.

EU COST Action CM1306: 
Understanding Movement and Mechanism in Molecular Machines
MacMillan F (Chair and Grant Holder, UEA, UK),
June 2014 – December 2019

EU COST Action CM0902:
Molecular Machineries for Ion Translocation Across Biomembranes, Cellular Transport for Biotechnology
MacMillan F (Chair and Grant Holder, UEA, UK),
01 January 2010 – 17 November 2013

The Wellcome Trust
The molecular process underlying multidrug efflux by P-glycoprotein
MacMillan F, Callaghan R (University of Canberra, Australia).
January 2012 - January 2014

The John & Pamela Salter Charitable Trust
Analysis of ToIC Mutants by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Spectroscopy of Pulsed Electron Double Resonance (PELDOR)
Fanutti, C, MacMillan F
01 November 2010 – 30 June 2013

R17476
Synthesis of selectively spin labelled cardiolipin
MacMillan F, Hunte C (University of Freiburg, Germany)
05 February 2009 – 31 July 2013

The Royal Society; Wolfson Research Merit Award
Time domain and variable frequency EPR of membrane proteins
MacMillan F
01 April 2007 – 6 November 2012

The Biochemical Society
2011 Summer Studentship
MacMillan F
July 2011

The Royal Society; Travel Grant
52rd Annual Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Aspen, USA
MacMillan F
August 2010

The Biochemical Society Travel Grant
16th European Bioenergetics Conference – Warsaw, Poland
MacMillan F
July 2010

COST Action P15:
Advanced paramagnetic resonance methods in molecular biophysics
EU-COST Training School at the 42nd International Meeting of the RSC EPR group, Norwich
MacMillan, F
April 2009

The Wellcome Trust
The molecular mechanism of multidrug efflux by P-glycoprotein: an electron paramagnetic resonance spin label study
MacMillan F, Callaghan R (University of Oxford).
01 January 2009 - 31 July 2010

The Royal Society; Research Grant
A Q-band ENDOR investigation of ubiquinol-cytochrome c reductase (QCR)
MacMillan F
07 March 2008 – 06 July 2010

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Multidimensional EPR-spectroscopy on protein-bound, redox-active, paramagnetic centres
MacMillan F & Prisner TP
01 January 2000 – 31 December 2005

 

 

Specialisms

Magnetic resonance spectroscopy; structure and function of biomolecules, esp. proteins; protein-ligand interactions; electron transfer and biological transport (multi drug efflux) processes.

Areas Of Expertise

BIOMOLECULE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION||BIOMOLECULE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION||ELECTRON TRANSFER AND BIOLOGICAL TRANSPORT PROCESSES||PROTEIN-LIGAND INTERACTIONS||PROTEIN-LIGAND INTERACTIONS||SPECTROSCOPY||SPECTROSCOPY

Administrative Posts

2020 – 2022        Member of the UEA External Expertise Project Group.
2019 –                 Chair of School of Chemistry Exam Board.
2016 –                 Course Director for the MSci Biochemistry with a Year abroad degree programme
2016 –                 Deputy-director of the BSc and MSci Biochemistry degree programmes 
2016 –                 Member of the Chemistry Learning and Teaching Committee.
2016 – 2019        Head of Year 3 in the School of Chemistry.
2016 – 2019        Member of the Faculty of Science Web Steering Group.
2015 – 2021        Creator/Lead Educator (with R Bowater) of MOOC “Biochemistry:The Molecules of Life:
2012 – 2018        Course Director for all the Biological and Medicinal Chemistry programmes
2012 – 2018        Co-director of Biochemistry degree programmes of the School of Biological Sciences 
2009 – 2013        Member of the School of Chemistry Executive Committee
2009 – 2012        Director of Admissions for the School of Chemistry at UEA
 

Research Group Membership

Member of the Centre for Molecular and Structural Biochemistry (CMSB)

Head of the Henry Wellcome Unit for Biological EPR Spectroscopy

PDRA's

  • Dr. Christian Teutloff (Royal Society, Non Stipendiary) (2007 - )
  • Dr. Jessica van Wonderen (UEA/Wellcome Trust) (2009 - )
    Dr. Megen O’Mara (Non Stipendiary) (2012 - 2014)
  • Dr. Gaye White UEA, (BBSRC) 2007 – 2008
  • Dr. Justin Bradley UEA (Royal Society), 2011 – 2012


PhD Students (pre UEA)

  • Christian Teutloff, FU Berlin, Germany, (DFG) 1998 – 2003
  • Stéphane Grimaldi, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG), 1998 – 2002
  • Axel Weber, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 1999 – 2003
  • Thorsten Maly, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 1999 – 2004
  • Sevdalina Lyubenova, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 2000 – 2006
  • Jörg Fritscher, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 2001 – 2006
  • Marloes Penning de Vries, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany (DFG) 2003 – 2006


PhD Students (at UEA)

  • Matthew Bawn, (BBSRC) 2007 – 2012
  • Morgan Bye (EPSRC), 2009 – 2014
  • Alexander Morley (EU), 2013 – 2014, completed in Vienna
  • Suzy Jones, (UEA), 2012 – 2013, completed in Leicester
  • Anna Mullen, (MED/SCI) 2015 – 2019
  • Jenny Hall, (BBSRC NRP-DTP) 2016 – 2021
  • Janika Diegel, (BBSRC NRP-DTP iCASE), 2017 – 2018 moved to Freiburg
  • Afonso Froes (self-funded), 2019 – 2023
  • Shona Hepworth, (BBSRC NRP-DTP iCASE), 2019 – 2023
  • Kelly Arekion, (BBSRC NRP-DTP iCASE), 2020 – 2024, secondary supervisor
  • a.n.other (to be filled) EU ITN, 2020 – 2024
  • Matthew Bawn (2007 - 2012)
  • Morgan Bye (2009 - 2013)


Masters Research Students (pre UEA)

  • Louise van der Weerd (Wageningen/Saclay, Netherlands/France) 1996

  • Christian Teutloff (TU Berlin, Germany) 1997
  • Thorsten Maly (Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany) 1999
  • Janika Diegel (Freiburg, Germany) 2015 

 

Masters Research Students (at UEA)

  • Deborah Cave (BSc) 2007
  • Zoe Karthauser (MChem) 2008
  • Christopher Stevens (BSc) 2010
  • Alicia Stratford (MChem) 2010
  • Glenn Tobias (MChem) 2010
  • Ben Anderson (MChem) 2011
  • Alexander Morley (MChem) 2012, Prize for best research project 2012
  • Shivani Bhanaut (BSc) 2012
  • Thokozile Usuwana (BSc) 2013          
  • Chathurika Daysena (BSc) 2013
  • Anna Mullen (MChem) 2014
  • Alexander Pak (BSc) 2014
  • Isa Hassan (MChem) 2015     
  • Adam Fey (MChem) 2015
  • Jenny Hall (MChem) 2015     
  • Hannah Blades (BSc) 2016
  • Sophie Orme (MChem) 2016
  • Mikey Whitcutt (MChem) 2016
  • Patrick Marchington (MChem) 2017, Prize for best research project 2017
  • Shannon White (MChem) 2017
  • Afonso Froes (MChem) 2018
  • Teri Branson (MChem) 2018
  • Shona Hepworth (MChem) 2018       
  • Zara Krumins (MNatSci) 2019
  • Jack Sawyer (MChem) 2020

 

Externally Funded Summer Internships at UEA

  • Alex Morley, The Biochemical Society, 2011
  • Helen Newson , EU, 2012
  • Anna Mullen, The Biochemical Society, 2014
  • Alexander Pak, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014
  • Isa Hassan, The Wellcome Trust, 2014
  • Jenny Hall, The Wellcome Trust, 2015
  • Adam Fey, UEA funded summer studentship, 2015
  • Sophie Orme, UEA funded summer studentship, 2016
  • Patrick Marchington, EU, 2018
  • Afonso Froes, BBSRC NRP-DTP, 2018
  • Shona Hepworth, The Biochemical Society, 2018
  • Hannah Luedke, The Wellcome Trust, 2018

 

Guest Research Visitors

  • Roberto Poddighe, University of Sassari, Italy, (Erasmus), 2012 – 2013
  • Janika Diegel, University of Freiburg, Germany, 2014 – 2015
  • Beatriz G R Pinheiro, University of Sau Paulo, Brazil, 2014 – 2015
  • Dr. Shiran Barber-Zucker, Ben Gurion University, Israel, 2014 & 2016
  • Prof. Yonca Yuzugullu, Kocaeli University, Turkey, 2014 – 2015
  • Prof. Csaba Bagyinka, BRC, Szeged, Hungary, 2018

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor rerum naturalium, Free University of Berlin

1 Jan 19886 Oct 1993

Award Date: 6 Oct 1993

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