Congratulations to Yih Ching for her review article that has just been accepted in Drug Discov. Today Technol.
Congratulations to Johannes – his ChemBioChem has been made a VIP paper! An highlight is also available in ChemistryViews: https://www.chemistryviews.org/details/ezine/11157533/Light-Activated_Ruthenium-Arene_Anticancer_Drugs.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
Congratulations to Marta and Johannes for their paper that has just been accepted in Helv. Chim. Acta. This article is the result of a nice collaboration with Fabio Zobi (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) and Bruno Goud (Institut Curie, France) on
We are very happy to welcome James Ng from NTU in Singapore. James will work in our group with Dr. Kevin Cariou on the synthesis of organometallic compounds with antifungal activity. Good luck!
Our collaborative article with Prof. Paul Dyson (EPFL, Switzerland) has just been accepted in ChemBioChem! This article is part of a special issue in this journal for the 1st Workshop Metals in Medicine that will be held at Chimie ParisTech
Congratulations to Johannes and Franz for their paper which has just been accepted in Bioorg. Med. Chem. This article is the result of a nice collaboration with Ilaria Ciofini, Olivier Blacque and Bernhard Spingler.
Our review with Prof. Christophe Thomas from Chimie ParisTech on the encapsulation of ruthenium complexes for biological and medicinal applicaiton is now out in Nature Rev. Chem. Congratulations to Elise and Yih Ching.
Exciting news: our 89Zr chelator DFO*-NCS developed with Prof. Thomas Mindt is now commercially available from ABX Advanced Biochemical Compounds! http://www.abx.de/chemicals/7272.html …
Our collaborative article with Raluca Malacea Kabbara, Pierre Le Gendre and Ewen Bodio from the University of Burgundy about the photo-activation of Ru(II)-arene complexes is now out in Polyhedron. This article is part on a special issue on the occasion
We are very happy to welcome Lauren Fernandez Vega from the University Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras as an exchange PhD student. Lauren comes from the group of Prof. Arthur Tinoco and has received a very prestigious Chateaubriand Fellowship to join our