Bohne, Cornelia


Phone number: (250) 721-7151
Department: Chemistry

Research description:

Supramolecular dynamics, in which the interaction of small molecules with large assemblies is studied in real time. Examples of supramolecular systems being studied are cyclodextrins, biel salts, DNA and proteins. Laser spectroscopy is employed to measure fast kinetic events.

Health related research:

The dynamics studies of the interaction of small molecules with DNA and proteins can have implications on understanding the functions of these biomolecules.

International research:

Collaborations with research groups in the U.S., Germany, Brazil, Italy, Austria and Japan

International activities:

vice-president (04-06) and president elect (06-08) of the Inter-American Photochemical Society. Member of task force for for fluorescence at IUPAC

Countries lived or worked in:

Germany and Brazil


Portuguese and German

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