1986 - 2010 | Professor of Structural Biology
Andreas Engel was professor of Structural Biology at the Biozentrum from 1986 to 2010. He established the biological use of molecular mass measurement and atomic force microscopes, researched the structure of aquaporins and developed the nanosciences curriculum. He was deputy director of the Maurice E. Müller Institute of Structural Biology, the coordinator of a European cluster of excellence, and vice-president of the SystemsX steering committee. After reaching emeritus status, Andreas Engel joined the Case Western Reserve University (USA) to build up the Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology. He currently works at the Bionanoscience department of the Delft University of Technolgy (NL).