Tackling the pandemic through global collaboration - the Covid19-NMR consortium

The Covid19-NMR consortium was initiated at the Goethe University in Frankfurt in March 2020, and has since quickly grown into an international consortium.

Today, scientists from all over the world are collaborating in a unique effort to investigate SARS-CoV-2 using NMR spectroscopy, based on open science principles. We interviewed them to find out about this new approach in science and get to know the latest findings in this interesting approach to tackle this topic together to find medication faster than usual by sharing research findings.

Please find below the latest information video about the Covid19 international project

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Bruker Covid-19 NMR Project

Interviews with Covid19-NMR consortium members

Carolin Hacker
SIGNALS GmbH & Co. KG, Frankfurt, Germany

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Carolin Hacker

Harald Schwalbe
Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Harald Schwalbe

Markus Zweckstetter
Max-Planck Institute, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Göttingen, Germany

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Markus Zweckstetter

Martin Blackledge
Institute of Structural Biology, Grenoble, France

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Martin Blackledge

Mei Hong
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Mei Hong

Jesús Jiménez-Barbero
Center for Cooperative Research in Biosciences (CIC bioGUNE), Derio, Bizkaia, Spain

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Jesús Jiménez-Barbero

Lucia Banci
University of Florence (CERM), Italy

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Lucia Banci

Eldon Ulrich
Biological Magnetic Resonance Data Bank (BMRB), Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Eldon Ulrich

Andreas Schlundt
Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Andreas Schlundt

Katja Petzold
Wallenberg Academy Fellows, Stockholm, Sweden

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Katja Petzold

Lucio Frydman
Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Lucio Frydman

José Gallego
Universidad Católica de Valencia, Spain

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - José Gallego

Georgios Spyroulias
Department of Pharmacy, University of Patras, Greece

Make Magnetic Resonance more relevant - Georgios Spyroulias