Department of Structural and Molecular Biology

Division of Biosciences

University College London

Darwin Building - Gower Street

WC1E 6BT London, UK



Andrea Sauerwein



Now senior PostDoc at Imperial College London







Research Interests:

I'm interested in the structure and dynamics of molecular systems. In recent years I have started work on the intrinsically disordered regulatory domains of HDAC1 and HDAC2 and I'm particulary interested how these highly dynamic structures play their part in molecular regulation.


Brief CV:

2011 - Present: Post Doctoral Research assistant with Dr D.F. Hansen at University College London, UK

2010-2011: Post Doctoral research assistant with Prof. M. H. Levitt at the University of Southampton, UK

2007-2010: PhD with Prof M. H. Levitt at the University of Southampton, UK

2002-2007: Diploma in Biochemistry at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany

           Diploma thesis with Prof C. Glaubitz



EPSRC PhD+ award,University of Southampton (2010-2011)

EPSRC Project Studentship,University of Southampton (2007-2010)

ERASMUS grant, University of Oxford (2004)





Thureau, P., Sauerwein, A.C., Concistre, M. , Levitt, M.H. "Selective internuclear coupling estimation in the solid-state NMR of multiple-spin systems" Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13, (2011), 93-96


Paul, S., Thakur, R. S., Goswami, M., Sauerwein, A. C., Mamone, S., Concistre, M., F ̀ˆorster,H., Levitt, M. H., Madhu, P.K. "Supercycled homonuclear dipolar decoupling sequences in solid-state NMR" Journal of Magnetic Resonance 197, (2009), 14-19