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Clemens Kaminski

  • Professor of Chemical Physics
  • University of Cambridge Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
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Research interests

Optics Biophysics Microscopy Sensing

About

Clemens Kaminski is Professor of Chemical Physics at the University of Cambridge UK. He heads the Laser Analytics Group who specialises in the development and application of state-of-art optical imaging methods to uncover chemical processes occurring on the molecular scale. We conduct research to investigate molecular mechanisms of disease in cancer, malaria and neurodegenerative disease. We also have an interest in studying basic interactions of light with matter to develop novel optical diagnostic techniques. Our group consists of physicists, engineers and lifescientists often working in unison in within large scale collaborative projects.

Co-authors (487)

Publications (5)

  • Biophotonics of Native Silk Fibrils

    • Shimanovich U
    • Pinotsi D
    • Shimanovich K
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  • Quantitative affinity determination by fluorescence anisotropy measurements of individual nanoliter droplets

    • Gelen F
    • Butz M
    • Rees E
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  • De novo design of a biologically active amyloid

    • Gallardo R
    • Ramakers M
    • De Smet F
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  • De novo design of a biologically active amyloid

    • Gallardo R
    • Ramakers M
    • De Smet F
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  • Als mutations in FUS cause neuronal dysfunction and death in caenorhabditis elegans by a dominant gain-of-function mechanism

    • Murakami T
    • Yang S
    • Xie L
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Professional experience

Professor of Chemical Physics

Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

January 2001 - Present

Guest Professor

Friedrich-Alexander University

Associate Professor

Lund Institute of Technology

Education history

D. Phil

Clarendon Laboratory, Dept. of Atomic & Laser Physics