Norbert MÃœLLER (19.4.1956) Associate Professor Professor Institute by n73md89

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									Norbert MÜLLER (*19.4.1956)
Associate Professor Professor
Institute of Organic Chemistry,
Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria

1974-1978:                           Studies of Chemistry at the University of Vienna, Austria
1978-1981:                           Ph.D. Thesis: Conformational Studies on Verdinoid and Rubinoid
                                     Bile Pigments, Institute of Organic Chemistry, University of
                                     Vienna, Austria
1980−1991:                           University assistant (Universitätsassistent) at the Institute of
                                     Chemistry of the Johannes Kepler University in Linz (Austria)
1984−1985:                            Post-doctoral researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of
                                     Technology (ETH) Zürich(Switzerland)
1989:                                Habilitation for Physical Organic Chemistry at the Johannes
                                     Kepler University in Linz
1990−1991:                           Senior postdoctoral guest researcher at the Institut de Chimie
                                     Organique of the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) in the
                                     group of Prof. G. Bodenhausen
1991:                                Tenure at the Institute of Chemistry of Johannes Kepler
                                     University in Linz
1995−1996:                           Head of High Resolution Spectroscopy at the MR-center of
                                     SINTEF-UNIMED and guest professor at the Institute of
                                     Biotechnology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
                                     (NTNU, formerly NTH), in Trondheim, Norway
1997-:                                “Außerordentlicher Universitätsprofessor” (associate professor)
                                     at the Institute of Chemistry of the Johannes Kepler University in
                                     Linz, leader of NMR research group
2002–2006:                           Visiting professor at the University of South Bohemia (Czech
                                     Republic)
2007-                                Head of the Institute of Organic Chemistry at Johannes Kepler
                                     University in Linz

Prof. Norbert Müller is an expert on nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) of biomolecules
with particlar interest in intermolecular interactions.

    •    Selected Publications

   Hong-Fang Ji, Liang Shen, Rita Grandori, Norbert Müller; The effect of heme on the
   conformational stability of micro-myoglobin; FEBS Journal, 275, 89-96 (2008)
   Karin Ortner, Veeramuthu N. Sivanandam, Wolfgang Buchberger, and Norbert Müller; Glycan
   Analysis of Glycoproteins by Diffusion Ordered Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy;
   Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 388, 173-177 (2007)
   Gerhard Zuckerstätter and Norbert Müller; Coherence Pathway Selection by Cogwheel Phase
   Cycling in Liquid-State NMR; Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A, Vol. 30A(2) 81–99 (2007)
   Norbert Müller and Alexej Jerschow; Nuclear Spin Noise Imaging; Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA)
   103, 6790-6792 (2006)
   Guido Pintacuda, Karin Hohenthanner, Gottfried Otting, and Norbert Müller; Angular dependence
   of dipole-dipole-Curie-spin cross-correlation effects in high-spin and low-spin paramagnetic
   myoglobin; J. Biomol. NMR 27,115–132 (2003)
   Rita Grandori, Irena Matecko, Petra Mayr, and Norbert Müller; Probing protein stabilization by
   glycerol using electrospray mass spectrometry; J. Mass Spectrom. 36, 918-922 (2001)
   A. Jerschow and N. Müller; Convection Compensation in Gradient Enhanced Nuclear Magnetic
   Resonance Spectroscopy; J. Magn. Reson. 132, 13-18 (1998)
   R. Wimmer, M. Olsson, M. T. Neves-Petersen, R. Hatti-Kaul, S. B. Petersen, and N. Müller;
   Towards a Molecular Level Understanding of Protein Stabilization: The Interaction Between
   Lysozyme and Sorbitol; J. Biotech. 55, 85-100 (1997)



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