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We are a newly established lab in the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology in the University of Leeds, UK. We are particularly interested in studying the mechanism by which Hsp40 chaperones cooperate with Hsp70, a crucial regulatory mechanism to maintain cell integrity.

We also aim to develop new NMR and integrative/computational tools to study complex systems that are not accessible to standard biophysical approaches. 

The group has local access to three state of the art NMR spectrometers (600, 750, 950 MHz) and many other world-class facilities (electron microscopy, mass spectrometry) hosted in the Astbury Centre.