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We gratefully acknowledge funding from the DFG via the Emmy Noether Programme and the FCI.
 

News

  • Larissa gets highlighted in the Chemical Science Reviewer Spotlight
    (18/03/2022)
  • Larissa is guest editor
    for a Supramolecular Chemistry special issue on first generation supramolecular chemists. Click here for the call for papers.
    (15/02/2022)
  • Congratulations to Damiano Tolazzi for successfully finishing his Master's thesis! We wish you all the best for your future endeavours!
    (13/12/2021)
  • Congratulations to Ruben Falkenburg for successfully finishing his Master's thesis! We're looking forward to keeping you on as a PhD student!
    (27/10/2021)
  • Lidón Pruñonosa Lara joins the group as PhD student!
    (01/10/2021)
  • Larissa presents at the 3rd NOAH ITN Summer School:
    Kinetic and Thermodynamic characterisation tools for supramolecular complexes.
    (20/09/2021)
  • Larissa talks at the 2021 Systems Chemistry Virtual Symposium.
    (07/07/2021)
  • Larissa gets named reviewer of the month for Commun. Chem.
    (04/05/2021)
  • Emmy Noether funding officially starts!
    (01/07/2021)
    We're exited about all the research, that will be facilitated by this funding and are celebrating over some Italian lunch. 
  • Larissa gets named reviewer of the month by Commun. Chem.
    (04/05/2021)
  • Damiano Tolazzi joins the group as Master's student!
    (06/04/2021)
  • ChemSystemsMeet was a success!
    (23/03/2021)
    ChemSystemsMeet2
    A big thanks to everyone involved!
  • Ruben Falkenburg joins the group as Master's student!
    (08/03/2021)
  • Max Notheis joins the group as PhD student!
    (01/03/2021)
  • Wiebke Rautenberg joins the group as PhD student!
    (01/02/2021)
  • New publication in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
    (20/11/2020)
    YangACIE2020
    Another great work with Dong Yang and collaborators from all over the world incl. Biao Wu and John Thoburn
    doi.org/10.1002/anie.202014568
  • New publication in JACS
    (10/11/2020)
    YangJACS2020
    Great collaboration with my dear colleagues Dong Yang, Jake Greenfield, and Tanya Ronson.
    doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c09991
  • Emmy Noether project gets funded
    (28/09/2020)
    The Krbek Group's research will be funded by the Emmy Noether Programme (DFG) from 01/07/2021.
  • New publication in Chem. Sci.
    (09/09/2020)
    RizzutoChemSci2020
    doi.org/10.1039/d0sc04352d
  • The adventure begins... 
    (01/07/2020)
    Dr. von Krbek is kicking off her independent career as a junior research group leader (Habilitandin) at Kekulé-Institute for Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry funded by a Liebig Fellowship (FCI).
 
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Lidón Pruñonosa Lara, MChem

 

 

Lidón, born and raised in a small town in Spain, moved to England in 2017 to complete her Chemistry degree with intercalated master’s at the University of Warwick. During her Master’s year, she joined the group of Prof. Mike Ward which led her to discover the amazing world of photoswitchable supramolecular cages. In 2021, following her passion for metallo-organic cages and travelling, she moved to Bonn to start her PhD studies.

Outside the lab, Lidón enjoys swimming, travelling and dogs (although she is allergic to them).

 

 

Publications
 

1.   Molecular Basis of Selectivity and Activity for the Antimicrobial Peptide Lynronne-1 Informs Rational Design of Peptide with Improved Activity

E. S. Jayawant, J. Hutchinson, D. Gašparíková, C. Lockey, L. Pruñonosa Lara, C. Guy, R. L. Brooks, A. M. Dixon,

ChemBioChem 2021,22 (14), 2430-2439. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbic.202100151

 

Conferences

Invited talks

28/09/2021     International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR)
                       Invited to give a 15-minute talk on my Master’s project titled:
                       “How to administer a drug that cannot dissolve in the body – a chemical approach”.
                       Awarded a prize for best presenter ICUR 2021.

 

Poster presentations

07/11/2018     The University of Warwick Undergraduate Research Showcase.
                       Presented my summer research project as a poster titled: “Can peptides save us from antimicrobial resistance?”.

 

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