Our research in the Laboratory of Structural Biology at the Helsinki Institute of Life Science (HiLIFE) is aimed at understanding the structure and function of biological macromolecules and their complexes, such as molecular machines and viruses. We strive to decipher basic principles in their assembly and evolution. Detailed mechanistic understanding of structures involved in disease is informing rational design of therapies.
The current members of the Laboratory of Structural Biology are listed here. The group was established in September 2017 and we are in the...
Here you can find more about our current research directions. Please feel free to come and talk to us about potential collaborations. We...
Academy of Finland Funding for Cryo-EM Method Development
Structures of Endogenous of Macromolecular Assemblies (SEMMA) Consortium has been funded 1 million euros by the Academy of Finland.
Young Virologist of the Year award granted to Ilona Rissanen, a researcher focused on Hantaviruses
Ilona Rissanen has won this year's Young Virologist of the Year award, granted by the Foundation for Research on Viral Diseases. Rissanen is...
Resources for exploring structures of macromolecules and learning about methods we use to study them.