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Józef Lewandowski

  • Ph.D.
  • Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry
  • University of Warwick Department of Chemistry
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Research interests

solid-state and solution-state NMRantibiotic resistanceprotein dynamicsnatural productssynthetic biologybiophysics; solid-state NMR; biopolymer dynamics; protein structure determination; coarse-grain models for protein dynamics


My group uses a wide range of structural biology, biophysics and biochemical tools to study various biological systems with special focus on systems involved in natural products biosynthesis. Our primary tools are solid-state and solution-state NMR. We also develop new NMR methodology, particularly to probe protein dynamics.

Co-authors (81)

Publications (5)

  • Characterization of Protein–Protein Interfaces in Large Complexes by Solid-State NMR Solvent Paramagnetic Relaxation Enhancements

    • Öster C
    • Kosol S
    • Hartlmüller C
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  • Solid-State NMR Provides Evidence for Small-Amplitude Slow Domain Motions in a Multispanning Transmembrane α-Helical Protein

    • Good D
    • Pham C
    • Jagas J
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  • Relaxation-Based Magic-Angle Spinning NMR Approaches for Studying Protein Dynamics

    • Lamley J
    • Lewandowski J
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  • Protein Dynamics in the Solid State

    • Lewandowski J
    • Emsley L
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  • High-resolution solid-state NMR structure of a 17.6 kDa protein.

    • Bertini I
    • Bhaumik A
    • De Paëpe G
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Professional experience

Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry

Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick

September 2011 - Present

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow

ENS - Lyon - Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon

September 2008 - August 2011(3 years)

Education history


Massachusetts Institute of Technology

August 2002 - September 2008(6 years)


Amherst College

August 1998 - June 2002(4 years)