Arne Möller


Electron Microscopy to analyze the three dimensional structures of macromolecular complexes


Arne Möller is affiliated researcher at DANDRITE, affiliated Poul Nissen's group, at Aarhus University.

Arne uses Electron Microscopy to analyze the three dimensional structures of macromolecular complexes and their dynamic trajectories. His research focuses on membrane proteins that actively translocate cargo across the lipid bilayer.

Arne Möller has a part-time affiliation to Aarhus University and to DANDRITE as an Affiliated Researcher, besides his position as Independent Research Group Leader at the Department for Structural Biology, Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt.

News

2017.09.05 | Research news

New publiction by team leader Arne Möller and colleagues

The title of the paper is: Hidden Twins: SorCS Neuroreceptors Form Stable Dimers

2015.12.17 | People

Arne Möller appointed Group Leader at Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics in Frankfurt

Team leader Arne Möller has been appointed Independent Research Group Leader at the Department for Structural Biology, Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt. In Frankfurt his group will continue to study the 3D-strucutre of membrane proteins by transmission electron microscopy. Arne will retain a part-time affiliation to Aarhus University…

2014.05.15 | People

DANDRITE and iNANO appoint Team leader and Assistant professor Arne Möller

Arne Möller is appointed Team leader and Assistant professor at DANDRITE and iNANO (The Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center, Aarhus University), starting 1 May, 2014. He uses Electron Microscopy to analyze the three dimensional structures of macromolecular complexes and their dynamic trajectories. His current research focuses on membrane proteins…