Laboratory of Chemical and Synthetic Systems Biology

at SciLifeLab Stockholm

we have OPEN POSITIONS

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Our laboratory is applying new synthetic and chemical biology methods to understand chromatin structure and function. We are developing tools to engineer proteins in living cells based on genetic code expansion and unnatural amino acid mutagenesis. We will, for example, control and probe chromatin proteins using light-activated and bioorthogonal chemistries. These methods, combined with quantitative, high-throughput, proteomic and genomic read-outs, will allow us to dissect the complex mechanisms governing chromatin dynamics, histone modifications and epigenetic inheritance.

SHORT NEWS

Elsässer lab receives a grant from the
The Ming Wai Lau Centre for Reparative Medicine

Rui Shao
joins lab on CSC PhD student scholarhip.

 Philip Yung joins the lab on Croucher Foundation Fellowship

Elsässer lab receives an ERC Starting Grant!!
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Welcome summer student Laura Neises

Welcome new students Helena Ishak, Alexander Kühn and Mareike Bach

Thanks for a contribution by the Clas Groschinsky Foundation

Meet Simon at the Bridging Worlds Through Science conference

Congratulations to Maria Pires passing her MSc defense

Welcome new Students Banushree Kumar and Annika Faucon

Congratulations to Evan Alsaleem passing his MSc defense

Welcome new students Lea van Husen, Daniel Horn, Taotao Xiang

Anna-Maria Katsori wins Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation Postdoc Fellowship

Simon Elsässer receives grant from The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education for establishing an international collaboration for Alzheimer’s research

Simon Elsässer has been appointed to the Global Young Academy

Elsässerlab receives grant from Åke Wibergs Foundation

 

We are always looking for talented Master, PhD candidates and Postdocs

Please contact us for more information at simon at elsaesserlab.org

Division of Translational Medicine and Chemical Biology, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics

Funding from the Strategic Research Programme in Molecular Biosciences (strategiska forskningsområdet Molekylär biovetenskap)

 

 

 

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