In the Strodel group we work on the development of biomolecular simulation methods and their application to various problems from the fields of biophysics and biochemistry. In particular, we focus on following topics: protein aggregation in Alzheimer's disease, amyloid-lipid interactions, protein-protein docking, computational enzyme design, and the calculation of experimental observables from biomolecular simulations. For more information, visit our Research website.
14 June 2016: Philipp Kynast earned his doctoral degree at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf.
Understanding Amyloid-β Oligomerization at the Molecular Level: the Role of the Fibril Surface.
B. Barz & B. Strodel
Chem Eur J, 22: 8768-8772 (2016)
Radical Formation Initiates Solvent-Dependent Unfolding and β-Sheet Formation in a Model Helical Peptide
M. C. Owen, B. Strodel, I. G. Csizmadia & B. Viskolcz
J. Phys. Chem. B, 120: 4878-4889 (2016)