Team Members

  • Daniel Otzen

    Group Leader

    Funtional and pathological protein aggregation, membrane protein folding, protein-detergent interactions

  • Janni Nielsen

    Lab Manager
  • Brian Stougaard Vad

    Postdoc
  • Hossein Mohammad-Beigi

    PhD

    My research interests are mainly focused on the topics of protein fibrillation, nanoparticles-proteins interactions, and protein and peptide self-assembly. In my research activity I have used different techniques, such as ThT assays, Circular Dichroism (CD), fluorescence based techniques, Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), and isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC).

  • Cagla Sahin

    Ph.D. student

    Protein aggregation and oxidation

  • Nicholas Schafer

    Postdoc

    Membrane protein folding

  • Kirsten Gade Malmos

    PhD Student

    Glycosaminoglycans in protein aggregation.

  • Adriana Wolf Pérez

    PhD student
  • Camilla Bertel Andersen

    PhD student

    Protein aggregation using NMR

  • Henriette Søster Frislev

    PhD student

    Exploring the potential of liprotides: Protein-lipid complexes

  • Jens Kvist Madsen

    PhD Student

    Peptide stability and formulation.  

  • Jannik Nedergaard Pedersen

    PhD Student

    Vitamin D fortification using protein-lipid complexes

  • Line Friis Bakmann Christensen

    PhD student

    Alpha-synuclein and bacterial amyloid proteins.

  • Angela de Poli

    PhD student

    I am currently working on generating and characterizing toxic protein oligomers involved in different neurodegenerative diseases. Main focus: tau and Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Alessandra Zarantonello

    Master student

    Potential stabilizing effect of nanobodies on fibrillation prone proteins

  • Anders Clement (Spejderman)

    Master student

    working with transformation and purification of GLPG and analysis on membrane proteins

  • Femke van Diggelen

    PhD Student

    Alpha-synuclein oligomers (aSOs) are believed to play a major role in PD pathology. aSOs come in different sizes and shapes and also different toxic mechanisms have been described. In order to gain more insight in PD pathology, the main goal of my project is to identify an aSO binding partner.

  • Daniel Jhaf Madsen

    M. Sc. Student

    Working with GalR aggregation, refolding studies, peptide array self-recognition of functional amyloids and GlpG rhomboid membrane protease.