Today Rachel Payne, a student from the University of Utah, joined our team for a three month internship. She will work together with Dr. Okoh Adeyi Okoh on stimuli-responsive NIR-fluorescence dyes. Welcome Rachel, enjoy science with us!
Today Robert Zscherp joined the lab to start his PhD studies on the synthesis of novel siderophors and siderophore-drug conjugates. Welcome and lots of success!
For the Sound of Science - My X-Mas gift for the Team!
The KlahnLab wishes evryone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Today we had our early Chrismas/Jubi-Goodbye-Party at Philipps home. Good food, good wine, pool billiard and lots of fun! Prof. Hopf joined us for this Evening!
Cu soon Jubi!
Today Okoh Adeyi Okoh joined the team as a Senior PostDoc and DAAD fellow. He will work on novel conjugate linkers and NIR dyes for biological applications.
Today Prof. Dr. Jubi John from India joined our lab for a Research stay funded by the Alexander-von-Humboldt foundation. Welcome!
Today Daniele had to leave our lab back to Italy due to personal reasons. We all hope you will be back soon and wish you all the best for the future.
Today Carina Glindemann joined the team to start the work on her Master Thesis. She will work on novel petide-drug conjugates against Gram-negative pathogens.
We gratefully acknowledge that PKs former mentor Mark Brönstrup commited us an Syro II Multisynthech Peptisynthesizer as a loan. The robot is already installed and first peptides are produced.
PK's new NPR review on: Bifunctional antimicrobial conjugates and hybrid antimicrobials is published and our new prepHPLC is installed today
Today Daniele Rapisarda joined the lab to start his PhD studies on the synthesis of novel antmicrobial drug-conjugates.
The lab is ready to work and the first projects have been started.
Lots of little old treasures were found during the cleaning and set up of the lab.... still ongoing!
The Klahn Lab's Homepage is online!
Today the independent Klahn Lab started. Lets get the Lab and Office ready to work!
Technische Universität Braunschweig
Institut für Organische Chemie
Dr. Philipp Klahn