Structural Biology of Macromolecules and Interactions
Laboratory of Structural Biology
Our research in the Laboratory of Structural Biology is aimed at understanding the structure and function of biological macromolecules and their complexes, such as molecular machines and viruses. We strive to decipher basic principles in their assembly and evolution. Detailed mechanistic understanding of structures involved in disease is informing rational design of therapies. We are affiliated with the Institute of Biotechnology, Helsinki Institute of Life Science HiLIFE and the Molecular and Integrative Biosciences Research Programme at the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences.
The Laboratory of Structural Biology, headed by Associate Professor Juha Huiskonen, was established in September 2017. The current and...
Here you can find more about our current research directions. Please feel free to come and talk to us about potential collaborations. We...
We have published over 60 articles in leading international journals. Here you can find out about our latest published research.
Juha Huiskonen appointed as Director of Institute of Biotechnology at the University of Helsinki
Huiskonen will assume the position in September and alongside his director duties continues structural biology research.
Unveiling how the genome has condensed itself inside the virus
Scientists at the University of Helsinki working in collaboration with the University of Oxford have deciphered for the first time how a virus...
Resources for exploring structures of macromolecules and learning about methods we use to study them.