Structural biology of molecular machines in the Taylor Group

The Taylor Group is interested in explaining the structure and function of the complex molecular machines involved in the transport of molecules across cell membranes. This is important to better understand their biological role, and ultimately, to undertake their adaptation for biomedical purposes.

The Taylor Group works to uncover the function of the systems that transport (macro)molecules across cell membranes. We are specifically interested in bacterial viruses, also known as bacteriophages, which inject DNA and protein into host cells, as well as bacteriophage-related systems which can inject toxins into eukaryotic cells.

























Nicholas Taylor

Group Leader

Nicholas Taylor
Associate Professor

Staff list

Name Title Phone E-mail
Aritz Roa Eguiara PhD Fellow +4535331826 E-mail
Claudia Kielkopf Postdoc +4535330319 E-mail
Eva Maria Rebrova Researcher +4535330969 E-mail
Freddie Martin Postdoc   E-mail
Haidai Hu Postdoc +4535321503 E-mail
Leyre Marin Arraiza PhD Fellow +4535328138 E-mail
Magnus Borup Bloch Research Assistant +4535322486 E-mail
Maria Del Mar Perez Ruiz Postdoc +4535334541 E-mail
Monica Santiveri Saez PhD Fellow +4535334858 E-mail
Nicholas M I Taylor Associate Professor +4535335337 E-mail
Nicole Rutbeek Research Assistant +4535329248 E-mail
Rooshanie Nadia Ejaz PhD Student +4535331098 E-mail
Shweta Bhatt Research Assistant +4535334239 E-mail
Victor Klein De Sousa PhD Fellow +4535324537 E-mail
Yumeng Yan Postdoc +4535321374 E-mail