Dr. Fabien Ferrage
ENS/CNRS (Paris Cedex 05, France)
My research activity is focused on two axes. The first axis is the study of motions and dynamic processes in biological macromolecules. I have developed spectroscopic and analytic tools to characterize motions from picoseconds to milliseconds in folded and disordered proteins. The second axis are instrumental developments, working on sample shuttling Relaxometry and two-field NMR spectroscopy in order to combine the exploration of low-field properties with the resolution and sensitivity of high-field NMR. These two axes meet in the study of nanosecond protein motions with high-resolution Relaxometry, which is central to my research.