Welcome to the Stoll lab!
We are interested in how Nature works on the nanoscale. We study the conformational landscapes of proteins, in order to understand how they function and how they are regulated. We also study the structure of enzyme active sites and of synthetic model compounds, with the goal of understanding their reactivity.
Our principal tool is advanced Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy, with the support of many other spectroscopic techniques. Our group is also engaged in developing new cutting-edge EPR methods that improve sensitivity and resolution.
Our research covers areas in physical chemistry, spectroscopy, biophysics, biochemistry, inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry, and structural biology.