Dr. Dorothee Wasserberg
+31 53 489 2933
Dorothee Wasserberg graduated in Chemistry from the Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, and the Technical University Eindhoven, Netherlands, in 2002. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Technical University Eindhoven, Netherlands, in 2006 after 4 years of research on phosphorescence and triplet energy transfer in functional molecules with prof. dr. ir. R.A.J. Janssen. She spent the next two years at the Chemical Genomics Center of the Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Physiology, Dortmund, Germany, with prof. dr. ir. L. Brunsveld, studying protein-protein interactions using immobilized non-natural cofactor-mimics as a postdoctoral Max-Planck fellow, after which she joined the group of prof. dr. V. Subramaniam and dr. R.P.H. Kooyman at the University of Twente, Netherlands, in 2008 where she conducted research on the construction and characterization of gold nanoparticle immuno sensor arrays. In 2009 she started her own research project as a DAAD postdoctoral fellow of the German Academic Exchange Service on the orientational control and spectroscopic characterization of immobilized (fluorescent) proteins in the groups of prof. dr. V. Subramaniam of prof. dr. J. Huskens and dr. P. Jonkheijm at the University of Twente, Netherlands.