University of Warwick, UK
Claudia Blindauer is an Associate Professor in Chemistry at the University of Warwick, UK. She graduated with a Diplom Chemie form the University of Freiburg Germany, before moving to the University of Basel, Switzerland, where she worked with Prof. Helmut Sigel. For her post-doctoral work, she moved to the University of Edinburgh, Scotland to work with Prof. Peter Sadler.
At Warwick, she held the Royal Society Olga Kennard Fellowship from 2004 to 2009. Her research concerns structure and dynamics of proteins involved in metal (in particular zinc) homeostasis. Recent work has focused on bioinformatics (genome mining and homology modelling), bioanalytical (metallomics and metalloproteomics) and biophysical (NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry) studies of protein-metal interactions, from a variety of biological systems including marine cyanobacteria, plants, and animals.