Biography
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Biography

Martin Tollinger received his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Innsbruck, Austria in 1999. He then joined the laboratories of J. D. Forman-Kay and L. E. Kay at the University of Toronto, Canada, to perform postdoctoral research on NMR spectroscopy of protein folding and stability (1999-2003). Funding by an E. Schrödinger Return Fellowship of the Austrian Science Fund enabled him to further work in this field at the Max F. Perutz Laboratories in Vienna, Austria. After obtaining hisvenia docendifrom the University of Vienna, he moved to the University of Innsbruck where he was appointed as Associate Professor in 2012. Martin Tollinger's research interests lie in NMR spectroscopic studies of proteins and protein function.