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  • Our latest Article Highlighted in ChemistryViews!

    Excellent news, the latest article of Jeannine and Huaiyi published in Chem. Eur. J. has been highlighted in ChemistryViews. You can read the highlight here.

  • Alexander von Humboldt Award for Phuc!

    CONGRATULATIONS to Phuc who has just been awarded a very prestigious Alexander von Humboldt Award to join the group of Prof. Oliver Seitz at the Humboldt University in Berlin.

  • New Article accepted in ACS Infect. Dis.

    Good news, our work on the biological evaluation of organometallic derivatives of oxamniquine has been accepted in ACS. Infec. Dis. This paper is the resut of our long-standing collaboration with Prof. Jennifer Keiser (University of Basel, Switzerland).

  • Gilles becomes President of the EPPM!

    Since the 1st of July 2017, Gilles is President of the European Platform for Photodynamic Medicine (EPPM). This association aims at bringing clinicians and fundamental scientists together to advance further the use of Photodynamic Therapy and Photodiagnosis in Europe.

  • New paper accepted in Inorg. Chem.

    Congratulations to Phuc and Michèle for their paper, which has just been accepted in Inorg. Chem. This article is the result of a nice collaboration with Prof. Hui Chao (Sun Yat-Sen University, China), with Prof. Ben Boyd and Prof. Bim Graham (Monash University, Australia) and Prof. Michael Seitz (University of Tübingen, Germany).

  • New paper accepted in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

    Excellent news, our paper written in collaboration with Dr. Julien Furrer and Prof. Andrew Hemphill (University of Berne, Switzerland) has been accepted in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. This paper reports on the utilization of organometallic compounds to treat the parasitic disease Toxoplasma, which affects one third of the world population.

  • Welcome to Maggie!

    We are very happy to welcome our new post-doc from Australia, Maggie Auselbrook, who will be working on the 89Zr project in collaboration with Prof. Thomas Mindt from the Ludwig Boltzmann Institut in Vienna (Austria)!