Dr. Johannes Hohlbein
After obtaining a Ph.D. in Physics (2008, Universität Halle-Wittenberg), I worked as a postdoc in the ‘Gene Machines’ group of Achilles Kapanidis at the University of Oxford. Since 2012 I am working in the Laboratory of Biophysics at Wageningen UR, first as an assistant professor and currently as a tenured associate professor. My lab looks into the amazing world of DNA-protein interactions and food structure utilizing methods of single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy and super-resolution microscopy.
Suyeon Yang (PhD student)
Suyeon joined the group in November 2018. In collaboration with John van Duynhoven (Unilever and Laboratory of Biophysics) and as part of the big NWO CHIPP LICENSE consortium, she will study lipid oxidation at oil/water interfaces using super-resolution microscopy.
Abbas Jabermoradi (PhD student)
Abbas joined in April 2019. In collaboration with John van Duynhoven (Unilever and Laboratory of Biophysics) and as part of a NWO TA LOCALBIOFOOD consortium, he will study super-resolution based localisation of biomolecules at food-related interfaces.
Mariska Brüls (PhD student)
Mariska joined the Voets lab in Eindhoven (Link) in March 2020. As part of the joined NWO TA LOCALBIOFOOD consortium, she will study super-resolution based localisation of biomolecules at food-related interfaces. Mariska will relocate to our lab in early 2022.
Martijn Gobes (PhD student)
Martijn joined the group in April 2022. As part of the NWO OTP consortium “Measurement and Modelling of Multiscale Processed Protein Products (MP3)”, a collaboration with TU\d, WFBR and a consortium of companies (Cargill, Unilever, DSM, Friesland Campina), he will study anisotropic structures in food-related matrices.
Erwin Dijkstra (MSc student)
Erwin joined in September 2021 for his MSc thesis. Erwin will work on spectrally resolved SMLM.
Vinishaa Umansankar (MSc student)
Vinishaa joined in January 2022 for her MSc thesis. Vinishaa is co-supervised with the Laboratory of Microbiology and will work on single-cell detection in microfluidic devices.
Tim Hendriksen (BSc student)
Tim joined in March 2022 for his BSc thesis. Vinishaa is co-supervised with the Laboratory of Microbiology and will work on dCas9 detection in live cells.
Laboratory of Biophysics
We are very grateful for the strong support by the various members of the Laboratory of Biophysics.
Previous group members and alumni
Stef van der Krieken (BSc, 2013), Stefan Hutten (BSc, 2013), Jaap Keijsers (MSc, 2014), Alejandro Montón (Erasmus PhD student, 2014), Jochem Vink (MSc, 2014), Koen Tensen (BSc, 2015), Mattia Fontana (MSc, 2015), Cris Verweij (BSc, 2016), Lonneke Zuidgeest (Internship-stagiair, 2016), Rebecca Kaup (BSc , 2016), Gea van de Kerkhof (MSc, 2016), Ebru Acun (Internship-stagiair, 2016), Stan van de Wall (BSc, 2016), Timo Wenzel (Internship, 2016), Shazia Farooq (PhD, 2017), Jan Groen (MSc, 2017), Charlotte Westbroek (MSc, 2017), Sander Baas (MSc, 2017), Andreas Hentrich (Internship, 2018), Hans Dekker (Capita Selecta, 2018), Carel Fijen (PhD, 2018), Meike Kronenberg (BSc, 2018), Sam van Beljouw (MSc, 2018), Ben Tumulero (BSc, 2019), Sven Koens (BSc, 2019), George Vogelaar (MSc, 2019), Vincent Boerkamp (MSc, 2019), Šarūnė Ivanovaitė (Erasmus+ student, 2020), Elmar van der Wijk (MSc, 2020), Ezra Bekkering (BSc, 2020), Dani Kortekaas (BSc, 2020), Koen Martens (PhD, 2020), Mattia Fontana (PhD, 2021), Mink Neeleman (BSc, 2021), Casper Peters (BSc, 2021), Martijn Gobes (MSc, 2021), Simon van der Els (Research Assistant, 2021), Cleo Bagchus (MSc, 2021), Victor Pool (Research Assistant, 2021), Niels Zijlstra (pdoc, 2021)