Mareike Wiedmannマライカ

博士研究員

日本学術振興会 特別研究員


City/country of origin
Braunschweig, Germany
Hobbies
Scuba diving and photography (both in the water and on land), traveling, reading, admiring all the beautiful Japanese tea pots in the shops and I can’t wait to explore more of Tokyo and Japan.
Places You Like
Scotland, South of France and Italy, Thailand, New Zealand and JAPAN!
Where for a big vacation
Exploring as much of Japan as possible! (and visiting families and friends in Germany and England)
What are your strong points?
I guess I don’t give up easily and am very organised.
What are people in the lab doing?
Operating lots of fancy machines, going for lunch in the cafeteria, discussing science, getting a snack from around the corner… having a good time!
What was surprising about the suga lab
How many people there are in the group, how many different labs there are and the incredible amount of equipment! ☺
Original motivation towards science?
Probably the first microscope I got during my childhood - and the desire to contribute to a better world.
A few words for future lab mates
Be prepared to ask lots of questions and it would be useful to know a little Japanese too! Everyone here is very friendly though, so no worries there.
Science is ……
exciting, sometimes frustrating, but rewarding in most cases in the end. Just keep going!

学歴・職歴

2016-present
JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Tokyo
2012-2016
PhD in Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, Supervisors: Prof. David Spring and Dr. James Brenton
2008-2012
MChem (Hons) Lincoln College, University of Oxford, Masters project with Dr. Jonathan Burton


発表論文

"Development of Cell-Permeable, Non-Helical Constrained Peptides to Target a Key Protein-Protein Interaction in Ovarian Cancer."
M.M. Wiedmann; Y.S. Tan; Y. Wu; S. Aibara; W. Xu; H.F. Sore; C.S. Verma; L. Itzhaki; M. Stewart; J.D. Brenton; D.R. Spring
Angewandte Chemie, (2016)
"Structural and calorimetric studies demonstrate that the hepatocyte nuclear factor 1beta (HNF1beta) transcription factor is imported into the nucleus via a monopartite NLS sequence."
M.M. Wiedmann; S. Aibara; D.R. Spring; M. Stewart; J.D. Brenton
Journal of structural biology, 195, 273-281 (2016)

連絡先

    • E-mail… mmw@(@以下はchem.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp)