LIC Lecture: A Distal Regulatory Region of a Class I Human Histone Deacetylase
- Monday 18 November 2019
- Gorlaeus Building
2333 CC Leiden
Prof. Hansen did a PhD in biophysical protein chemistry at the University of Copenhagen (2005) and afterwards joined the NMR group of prof. Lewis E. Kay at the University of Toronto for postdoctoral training. In 2010 he joined the UCL, where he is now professor and Chair of NMR spectroscopy. He studies the dynamics and mechanisms of interactions between histone deacetylases (HDACs) and their substrates, while simultaneously using HDACs as model systems for the development of new NMR methodology to characterise macromolecular motions, interactions, and dynamics.
If you want to meet prof. Hansen you can contact Marcellus Ubbink.