Within this ITN project ” Molecular Basis of Antibiotic Translocation ” we trained 12 young Fellows with a different scientific background to go beyond the classical faculty border. Bridging nanotechnology, physics, chemistry, computer modeling, pharmacology and microbiology together we have facilitated the transfer of expertise acquired within the network in both academia and industry.
The main goal of the Training has been to prepare young researcher for cross disciplinary tasks. Our Fellows have achieved a scientific culture of mutual understanding across traditional scientific disciplines. Making the young fellows experts not only in their own field of study but able to understand neighboring disciplines, has been the main goal of the present project.
We offered combined research in related areas such as clinical microbiology, electrophysiology, X-ray crystallography, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, chemistry and medicinal chemistry, biochemistry, single molecule manipulation, and high-throughput technology.
These are the current ITN Translocation funded Fellows: click on the name to see their profile:
University of Cagliari
University of Saint Andrews
University of Newcastle
IME Fraunhofer Institut
Aix Marseille Université
University of Basel