All Research Groups

Cytoskeletal and survival signaling

John Eriksson

Turku Centre for Biotechnology &
Cell Biology, Faculty of Science and Engineering,
Åbo Akademi University

Cytoskeletal and survival signaling

Atomic-force microscopy, Basic research, Biochemistry, Cancer, Diabetes, Diagnostics, Electron microscopy, High throughput imaging, Imaging, In Vitro Diagnostics, Metabolic diseases, Molecular Biology, Molecular Cell Biology, Nanoparticles, Natural Compounds, Natural products, Physiology, Proteomics, Receptor, Signaling, Super-resolution imaging, Target discovery

Molecular mechanisms of diseases

Ulla Pentikäinen

Institute of Biomedicine,
University of Turku

UP Lab

Basic research, Bioinformatics, Biomedicine, Biomolecular chemistry, Cancer, Cardiovascular diseases, Developmental disorders, Medicinal chemistry, Molecular modelling, NMR, Structural Biology, Target discovery, X-ray crystallography

Bio-Organic Chemistry

Tuomas Lönnberg

Department of Chemistry,
University of Turku

Bioorganic Group

Basic research, Biomolecular chemistry, Diagnostics, Fluorescence spectroscopy, Hit to lead, In Vitro Diagnostics, Lead optimization, NMR, Nucleic acids, Organic Chemistry, Organic compounds, Synthetic chemistry

Biomaterials for controlled delivery of drugs and antigens and for tissue engineering

Mika Jokinen

Chemical Engineering / Biomaterials & Diagnostics,
Turku University of Applied Sciences

Biopharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Diagnostics, Drug delivery, Fluorescence spectroscopy, Formulation, FTIR or RAMAN spectroscopy, In Vitro Diagnostics, Particle size analysis, Physico-chemical properties, Preclinical development

Bio-inspired Engineering

Tan-Phat Huynh

Laboratory of Physical Chemistry,
Åbo Akademi University

Atomic-force microscopy, Biomarker, Biomolecular chemistry, Cancer, Chemical Physics, Combinatorial chemistry, Diagnostics, Electron microscopy, Fluorescence spectroscopy, FTIR or RAMAN spectroscopy, Molecular diagnostics, Molecular modelling, Organic Chemistry, Pattern recognition, Physico-chemical properties, Physics, Point of care

Structural bioinformatics for drug discovery and development

Mark S. Johnson
finmark54 at icloud dot com

Åbo Akademi University

Ageing-related diseases, Autoimmune diseases, Basic research, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biomolecular chemistry, Biopharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemical Physics, Computer Science, Diabetes, Drug target, Hit to lead, Inflammation, Inherited diseases, Lead optimization, Lung cancer, Medicinal chemistry, Metabolic diseases, Molecular modelling, Musculoskeletal disorders, Nucleic acids, Organic compounds, Pattern recognition, Personalized medicine, Physico-chemical properties, Preclinical development, Receptor, Signaling, Structural Biology, Surface area, Target discovery, X-ray crystallography