PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

David Klenerman

David Klenerman's research is focused on developing and applying biophysical methods to biological and biomedical problems. His work using fluorescence and scanning probe microscopy has provided new insights into a variety of biomolecular complexes as well as the processes of protein folding and misfolding. David has also developed techniques to image individual protein complexes on the surface of living cells to follow the processes occurring as the adaptive immune response is triggered. These methods are now being used to study neurodegenerative disease.

David is a research fellow at the Royal Society, a fellow at the Academy of Medical Sciences and a fellow at Christ's College.

Professor Sir David Klenerman

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHERS

 
Dr Aleks Ponjavic

I studied mechanical engineering at Imperial College London, where I also completed a PhD in Tribology in 2014. I then moved to the Klenerman and Lee groups to apply single-molec...

Dr Aleks Ponjavic

Dr James McColl

James was awarded his PhD from the University of Cranfield in 2007, examining how molecules feel. He then joined the Klenerman group at the University of Cambridge as a postdocto...

Dr James McColl

Dr John Danial

John is a postdoctoral research fellow designing and constructing high-throughput super resolution microscopy to characterize protein aggregates. Prior to joining the Klenerman l...

Dr John Danial

Dr Margarida Rodrigues

I finished my undergraduate studies in Biochemistry at the University of Lisbon in 2006. Afterwards, I did an internship at the University of Stuttgart where I worked on pore pro...

Dr Margarida Rodrigues

Dr Eleni Dimou

I completed my PhD studies at the University of Heidelberg in Germany working on a collaborative project between the groups of Prof. Walter Nickel (University of Heidelberg) and ...

Dr Eleni Dimou

Dr Jason Sang

Jason finished his undergraduate studies in Taiwan and subsequently received his PhD from the University of Cambridge (under the supervision of Professor David Klenerman), studyi...

Dr Jason Sang

Dr Linda Julian

Linda was awarded her PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2015 for investigating the role of apoptotic membrane blebbing in tissue homeostasis and tumour development, ...

Dr Linda Julian

Dr Suman De

I, Suman ("shu-man" being the most popular among various pronunciations), did my PhD in IIT-Bombay, working mainly on method development of a spectrally resolved imagin...

Dr Suman De

PH.D STUDENTS

 
Anna Lippert

I am Anna, a 4th year PhD student working on a joint-project between David Kle...

Anna Lippert

Derya Emin

I am a 1st year PhD student at Clare and I am interested in the size-dependent...

Derya Emin

Jane Humphrey

Jane studied biochemistry in Bristol before coming to Cambridge on the We...

Jane Humphrey

Jonathan X. Meng

I am a second year PhD student at Professor Klenerman's lab, contribu...

Jonathan X. Meng

Kun Jiang

Kun Jiang

Yu Zhang

I am a first year PhD student working on developing advanced single molecu...

Yu Zhang

Zengjie Xia

Zengjie (aka Ronald) is a first year PhD student having a hard time findi...

Zengjie Xia

Bing Li

Bing is a first year PhD student in David Klenerman's group working on Lig...

Bing Li

Dimitrios Sideris

I'm an AstraZeneca-sponsored PhD student working on the preclinical testin...

Dimitrios Sideris

Jeff Lam

Jeff is a PhD student investigating the interactions between protein aggregate...

Jeff Lam

Klara Kulenkampff

I am a joint PhD student between the KlenermanLab and the group of Prof. Miche...

Klara Kulenkampff

Markus Körbel

Markus is a PhD student investigating the early activation processes of T cell...

Markus Körbel

Yukun (Eric) Zuo

2012-2016 BSc. Peking University 2014-2016 MChem Durham University 2016-Presen...

Yukun (Eric) Zuo

Ziwei Zhang

I am a first year PhD student on a joint-project between the Klenerman’s group and the Laue g...

Ziwei Zhang

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

 

Helen Henson

I work in a collaborative project between the Department of Clinical Neuroscie...

 
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