Welcome to the Tietze Lab
Dr. Alesia A. Tietze, Associate Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Medicinal Chemistry with focus on total synthesis of bioactive peptides, i.e. cysteine-rich peptides, which are derived from biologically-active natural sources (i.e. cone snails, spiders, snakes), their targets (membrane proteins) and their structural analogues as well as engineering of bioispired materials based on functional peptides/proteins and artificial carriers (i.e. nanopores, polymers).
We are located at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden and are part of the Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine
March 2020 - two PhD positions are available in our lab, apply here Join us!
28/02/2020 - Gratulations to Lena! She defended her Dissertation in Darmstadt!
January 2020 We received co-financial support from our CMB department for PhD position in our project "Design and Synthesis of Switchable Peptide-based Nanopores"
January 2020 We received funding from Centre for Anthibiotic Resistance Research (CARe) research proposals call 2020-2022 for our research grant proposal "Genome-based natural product discovery: Characterization of bioactive compounds in marine Actinobacteria", collaboration with Carl-Johan Wallentin (CMB, GU), Edward Moore (Sahlgrenska Academy/GU), Roger Karlsson (Sahlgrenska University Hospital) and Beatriz Cámara (Federico Santa María University/ Valparaíso, Chile
25-26/09/2019 Lena is representing our group at the last iNAPO retreat with a talk in Graselenbaach
25-26/09/2019 Alesia is joining 2nd Swedish Medicinal Chemistry Symposium in Stockholm as invited speaker
19-20/09/2019 our team was participating at WCMTM (Wallenberg Centre of Molecular and Translational Medicine) Kick-off on September 19-20 2019
09/2019 warm welcome to Helal who joined our group for Master Thesis within the project of development of peptide-based antivirulence compounds
08/2019 Back from the official visit of Belgorod National Research University/ Belgorod/ Russia after successful measurements of delivered peptides and project discussions
from left to right: Dr. Michail Korokin (docent of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology Department), Dr. Daniel Tietze, Alesia, Prof. Igor Konstantinov (Vice Rector of science), Prof. Michael Pokrovskii (head of the institute of pharmacology on living organisms)
06/2019 Welcome to new team members Hanna, Jie both as PostDocs and Daniel as Researcher in our lab
30/05/2019 finally our lab moved from Darmstadt to Gothenburg! Thank to all who helped us to pack and unpack, special thanks to Lena, Andreas, Ivana, Jie, Hanna and Daniel as well as the moving company to safe and in-time delivery.
January 2019 Postdoc positions are available in our group: Deadline 17/01/2019.
12/2018 LOEWE Project "iNAPO - Ion-conducting nanopores" will be prolonged for a final funding period relied on media report (with Lena's foto on the cover page)
10/2018 Alesia has accepted an appointment as Associate Senior Lecturer in Medicinal Chemistry at Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine, Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden
09/2018 Poster Prize at the 35th European Peptide Symposium in Dublin, Ireland Our lab’s research on membrane proteins and the development of a conjugation strategy towards quantitative synthesis of these structures gained great interest at the 35th EPS 27.08-31.08.2018 in Dublin, Ireland. Lena was awarded one of the three Wiley Poster Prizes (200 €) for her poster presentation, congratulations!
07/2018 Gratulations to Lena! She won „Best Talk Award“ at the PhD student day of the chemistry department of the TU Darmstadt on June 28th
01/2018 Our new manuscript about the synthesis of membrane proteins has been accepted for Publishing in Chemical Science: Chemical synthesis of membrane proteins by native chemical ligation: a model study on the influenza virus B proton channel, Baumruck, A. C., Tietze, D., Steinacker, L. K., Tietze A. A.*, 2018, DOI: 10.1039/C8SC00004B
06/2017 Our new manuscript about some intriguing properties of ILs has just been accepted for publishing in JOC: Reactions of sulfur-containing organic compounds and peptides in 1-ethyl-3-methyl-imidazolium acetate, Baumruck, A. C.,Tietze, D., Stark, A.; Tietze, A. A.*“
03/2017 Alesia is appointed as TU Darmstadt Athene Young Investigator
02/2017 Andreas was a selected participant at the Winter School on Ionic Liquids (within COST CM1206) on February 7 – 10, 2017 in Porto, Portugal. The main goal of this school was to deliver a cross-disciplinary learning approach and condensed overview in the field of ionic liquids with emphasis on State of the Art, R&D methodologies, functionalities and applications. The lectures were problem-solving oriented emphasizing case studies of relevance to properties, characteristics of the ionic liquids and are specially geared towards novice scientists in the ILs field.
12/2016 Subtype-specfic block of voltage-gated K+ channels by µ-conopeptides, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, is accepted for publication
07/2016 We warmly welcome our new PhD studentLena Steinacker to our research group! 06/2016 Molecular interaction of δ-conopeptide EVIA with voltage-gated Na+ channels, BBA General Subjects, is published
05/2016 Positive Evaluation of the Liebig-Fellowship. It is prolonged for the next funding period
01/2016 We are participating in the LOEWE Program for Scientific and Economic Excellence “iNAPO” (Ion-conducting Nanopores)
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