• Welcome to Prof. Dr. Emilio Viñuelas Zahínos!

    We are very happy to welcome Prof. Dr. Emilio Viñuelas Zahínos from the University of Extremadura as an invited Professor. Emilio will spend the next 5 months in our group working on the preparation of novel PDT photosensitizers. Enjoy your time in Paris!

  • Welcome to Divya

    A warm welcome to Divya who is starting a Msc thesis between the groups of Mélanie Hamon (Pasteur Institute), Marcel Hollenstein (Pasteur Institute) and our group. A big thank you to the Pasteur Institute and Chimie ParisTech for providing a fellowship to Divya!

  • Welcome to Clara and Chloé!

    We warmly welcome our two new students Clara Berg from the University of Maastricht and Chloé Subecz from Chimie ParisTech. Enjoy your time in our labs!

  • Welcome to Germain!

    We are happy to welcome our new Msc student Germain Martinez who will be working on the preparation of novel chelators for 89Zr.

  • Season’s Greetings

    The Gasser group wishes everyone all the very best for the festive season and coming year 2018 (you must click on the “season’s greetings” link to see the picture!)

  • New Article accepted in J. Biol. Chem.

    Excellent news before Xmas, our article with Nick Tonks from  Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory has been accepted in J. Biol. Chem. Congratulations to Nava and Konstantis!

  • Interniship Position in Biochemistry Available

    Mélanie Hamon (Pasteur Institute), Marcel Hollenstein (Pasteur Institute) and the Gasser Group are looking for a student for a 6-month internship in the field of biochemistry – see position advertised below. Internship Offer

  • New Article accepted in Dalton Trans.!

    Congratulations to Manon and Maggie for their paper which has just been accepted in Dalton Trans. This article, which is the result of our long-standing collaboration with Prof. Thomas Mindt, reports the preparation of a water-soluble chelator for 89Zr, which can be synthesised on the solid-phase.

  • Review Article accepted in Acc. Chem. Res.

    Congrats to Franz & Johannes for their article in Acc. Chem. Res. on the use of Ru(II) polypyridyl complexes as photosensitizers in photodynamic therapy