Yasmin Binti Shamsudin
Yasmin got her MSc. Chemical Engineering and PhD in Molecular Biotechnology from Uppsala University, Sweden. She then went to Stanford University, USA, as a Wallenberg postdoctoral research fellow before returning to Uppsala University as faculty.
Yasmin’s research focuses on understanding the dynamics of proteins and the molecular mechanisms of binding, inhibition and catalysis of small molecules in enzymes. She is also interested in protein and enzyme engineering and engages in computational methods development.
Join our lab
Are you interested in computational simulations of molecules and drugs? Are you a student interested in doing a degree project or an internship? Or a postdoc with own funding? Contact Yasmin to discuss possible projects in our lab!
Antibiotic resistance kills millions of people every year. We use computational methods and models to understand how to design drugs that can be used both today and in the future.
Electric fields contribute to catalysis. We develop computational methods to predict fields in proteins and enzymes to design both drugs and novel enzymes with specified functions.
IMI-1 β-lactamase, carbapenamase, carbapenem antibiotics
OXA-48 β-lactamase, carbapenamase, DBO inhibitors
TEM 1 β-lactamase mutants, Penicillin G, β-lactamase inhibitors