Profile of Dr Jana Wolf
I obtained a BSc/MSc from the University of Heidelberg, Germany and completed a PhD in Molecular and Structural Biology at the University of Cambridge, working at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. My PhD work focused on the characterization of large multi-protein complexes, from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, responsible for mRNA polyadenylation and de-adenylation using biochemical and biophysical techniques including surface plasmon resonance, fluorescence polarization and X-ray crystallography.
I joined Domainex in 2014 and have broad experience in biophysics, biochemistry, and structural biology with a focus on fragment-based research projects. I have worked on a variety of target classes and therapeutic areas including kinases, epigenetics, DUBs, PPIs, immunology, and oncology. I have been responsible for expanding the biophysics capabilities at Domainex and establishing microscale thermophoresis (MST).