Patrick Hoffmann, MSc
Patrick grew up in Zeven, Lower Saxony, and relocated to LMU Munich to pursue his bachelor’s studies in chemistry and biochemistry. For his bachelor’s thesis, he concentrated on synthesizing R-β-Lysine and peptide sequences. Patrick pursued a master’s degree in chemistry at LMU, focusing on organic and inorganic chemistry.
During his master’s program, he served as a visiting scientist in the research group led by Anna Hirsch at the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland, specializing in Antibiotic research. His master’s Thesis revolved around the fields of biological chemistry and chemical proteomics. In his free time, Patrick has an interest in gardening, reading, and participating in sports activities.
Synthesis of β-Lysine for the Production of the Modified Tip Sequence of EF-P
Development and Optimization of a Fluorescent AMPylation Probe for In-Cellulo Tracking and Identification of Unknown AMP Transferases
Out-of-Equilibrium chemistry and directed motion