Nina Hartrampf, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry at University of ZurichSpeaker
Nina Hartrampf studied chemistry and biochemistry at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (Germany) and obtained her PhD in the field of natural product synthesis and chemical biology in the group of Dirk Trauner. She then moved to the group of Brad Pentelute at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) as a postdoctoral researcher, where she worked on the optimization of flow-based peptide synthesis using an automated synthesis platform. In 2020, she moved to the University of Zurich (Switzerland) as an assistant professor (tenure track). Her research group focuses on the development of new tools for flow-based peptide synthesis as well as the chemical synthesis of post-translationally modified peptides and proteins. Her work has been recognized with the 2019 Bert Schram Award from the American Peptide Society, the 2021 Bachem Award for Peptide Science, and the 2022 Thieme Journals Award.