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Kamila Klamecka

Polish

Curriculum Vitae 

Since 2012

IDK Student Representative

Since 2009

PhD student in the groups of Prof. Hermann Gaub and Prof. Heinrich Leonhardt, LMU

2008 – 2009

Master of Science in Nanotechnology (Materials Engineering) in the group of Prof. Adam Patkowski,Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

Topic of Master Thesis: “Self-diffusion studies in colloidal solutions

2008 - 2009

Research Project in the group of Prof. Dimitris Vlassopoulos, FORTH Hellas Heraklion, Greece
Topic: Viscoelastic response of thermo-sensitive colloidal star polymers

2007 - 2008

MSc Research Project in the group of Dr. Andreas Dahl; Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany
Topic: 
On optimization of miniaturized real-time PCR

2006 - 2007

Studies at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2003 – 2008

Master of Science in Biotechnology in the group of Prof. Ryszard Słomski,Poznan Universityof Life Sciences, Poland 

Topic of Master Thesis: "Optimization of miniature format real-time PCR"

 

Scholarships

Since 2009

Scholarship of the IDK-NBT (Elite Network of Bavaria)

2007

Grant of European Physical Society

2005 - 2006

Scholarship of the Polish Ministry of Education 

Research Project

Despite a number of existing immobilization techniques, which can be applied to proteins, resulting in protein-decorated surfaces, robust covalent immobilization still poses a challenge. Ensuring strong attachment of proteins to a solid support is, however, essential for subsequent force measurements considering protein binding. In my project I am striving to design and construct a self-assembling, DNA-programmed nanobody array. Furthermore, I am measuring rupture forces of the nanobodies and respective protein epitopes. Besides energy landscape investigation, in a longer perspective such a protein display could serve as a high throughput biodetector e.g. in disease screening.