Harald Bernsteiner

Supervisor: Anna Weinzinger
Project: Gating regulation of KIR channels - lipid dependence and accessory modulators


Mandatory Courses Completed Successfully
SubjectECTS pointsDate
320019 SE Ion channels and transporters as drug targets (2016S)206/2016
Modelling and Simulation of Biomolecules4.511/2016
MolTag Journal Club - Medical University of Vienna101/2017


Conference Talks
Subject/TitleConference/PlaceDate
Investigating the gating mechanism of Kir channels (annual Cantu syndrome consortium meeting) Vienna10/2016


Conference Poster Presentations
Subject/TitleConference/PlaceDate
Investigating the Gating Mechanism of G Protein-Activated Inward Rectifying Potassium ChannelsMolTag Science Day, Vienna11/2016
Investigating the Gating Mechanism of G Protein-Activated Inward Rectifying Potassium Channels61st Annual Meeting, Biophysical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana USA; and MolTag Science Day/Vienna02/2017


Lab Rotations Completed Successfully
HostHost institutionSubjectDate of completion
Prof. Chris OostenbrinkUniv. of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)free energy calculations11/2016


Lab Rotations Planned
HostHost institutionSubjectDate of completion
Prof. EckerUniv. ViennaPharmacophore Modeling 07/2017


Internships Completed Successfully
HostHost institutionSubjectDate of completion
Prof. Colin NicholsWashington University at St. Louis, USAElectrophysiology of Wild Type and mutant inwardly rectifying potassium channels (Kir2.1, KATP); introduction of mutations (Molecular Biology) 05/2017


Courses and Enabling Skills Seminars
SubjectDate
Gromacs Workshop Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry 05/2016
Postgraduate Course Pharmaceutical Quality Management10/2017


Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals
TitleJournal/VolumeDate
Drug trapping in hERG K+ channels: (not) a matter of drug size?Med. Chem. Commun., 2016, 7, 51212/2015
Dynamics of the EAG1 K+ channel selectivity filter assessed by molecular dynamics simulationsBiochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Volume 484, Issue 1, Pages 107to112 02/2017