Structural molecular biology in the Montoya Group

The Montoya Group works in the interface between biology, physics and chemistry and uses molecular biology, X-ray crystallography and cryo-electron microscopy to dissect the working mechanisms of the macromolecules that constitute the cell’s machinery.

Our goal is to understand basic cellular mechanisms at the atomic level, with a focus on cell cycle progression, genome integrity and genome manipulation. We hope our discoveries will build the basis to understand diseases and the possible development of treatments and new molecular tools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group Leader

Guillermo Montoya
Professor, Research Director
Email

Guillermo Montoya

Staff list

Name Title Phone E-mail
Anne Louise Grøn Jensen Master student   E-mail
Arturo Carabias del Rey Postdoc +45 353-37930 E-mail
Bijoya Paul PhD fellow +45 353-32341 E-mail
Danyang Wang Research assistant +45 353-35757 E-mail
Elisabeth Bragado Nilsson Research technician +45 353-30659 E-mail
Emilija Ruksenaite Academic employee +45 353-37998 E-mail
Faizaan Mohammad Research consultant +45 353-35035 E-mail
Francisco Javier Tenjo Castano PhD fellow +45 353-36501 E-mail
Guillermo Montoya Research director, professor +45 353-30663 E-mail
Jan Mikolaj Kaminski Academic staff, FU   E-mail
Magdalena Karolina Masternak Research assistant +45 353-32143 E-mail
Melanie Bianca Weisser Postdoc +45 353-36504 E-mail
Nikolai Wulff Research assistant +45 353-33991 E-mail
Pablo Mesa Associate professor +45 353-33636 E-mail
Piero Temperini Research assistant +45 353-34149 E-mail
Rafael Arcangel Molina Monterrubio Associate professor +45 353-36261 E-mail
Rasmus Greve Falbe-Hansen Research assistant +45 353-34380 E-mail
Simon Erlendsson Assistant professor +45 353-37150 E-mail
Stefano Stella Associate professor +45 353-33188 E-mail
Tillmann Hanns Pape Microscopy specialist +45 353-26593 E-mail