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Dr. Matthias Höhne

Institute of Biochemistry
University of Greifswald
Felix-Hausdorff-Str. 4
17487 Greifswald

Email: Matthias.Hoehne @ uni-greifswald. de
Phone: +49 3834 420-4417

Matthias Höhne studied Biochemistry and then performed his PhD thesis in biotechnology with the focus on biocatalysis with amino transferases under the supervision of Prof. Uwe Bornscheuer in Greifswald. In his post-doc time (2010-2011) with Prof. Andres Jäschke in Heidelberg, he studied in the field of DNA-transition metal hybrid catalysis. In 2012, he established as Junior professor his research group "protein biochemistry" at Greifswald University – with the main topics enzyme discovery and applied biocatalysis. Since 2018, Dr. Höhne leads an ERC starting grant team, which aims to create selective biocatalysts for light-driven reactions via protein engineering.
Research Interests and Competences
  • Biochemical and functional characterization of proteins from protein databases with as yet unknown functions
  • Structure – sequence – function relationships
  • Biocatalysis, focus on amine synthesis
  • Enzyme cascades
  • Combining photocatalysis and biocatalysis,
  • Protein engineering (ERC starting grant project “LightZymes”)


"Researching a topic together is simply nicer than alone. Together we not only come up with new ideas, we also see more quickly what and what will not work and can inspire each other."

Who are we?

We are a good dozen young researchers and their supervisors and we develop novel catalysts and reactions for a sustainable, green chemistry. In doing so, we combine different approaches from our fields: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Protein Engineering as well as Plasma Physics.

Leibniz Association

This Campus is supported by the Leibniz Association (WGL) and the federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

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Leibniz ScienceCampus ComBioCat
c/o Leibniz Institute for Catalysis
Dr. Alexander Zapf
Albert-Einstein-Str. 29a, 18059 Rostock, Germany

+49 381 1281-122

+49 381 1281-5000

ComBioCat@catalysis. de


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