Diaspora Peserta SCKD 2019

Keni Vidilaseris Ph.D

NegaraFinland

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Keni Vidilaseris adalah seorang peneliti postdoc di Departemen Biokimia, Universitas Helsinki, Finlandia sejak 2014. Ia menyelesaikan S1 dan S2-nya di Kimia, ITB. Ia juga mendapatkan gelar doktor dalam bidang Biologi molekuler dari Universitas Vienna, Austria pada tahun 2014. Bidang yang ditekuninya adalah penentuan struktur protein dengan menggunakan metoda Sinar-X. Dia adalah salah satu pendiri SainsPOP (https://sainspop.com/), website sains populer berbahasa Indonesia.

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6453-6600

Riwayat Pendidikan
Jenjang Institusi Fakultas/Bidang Tahun (mulai – selesai)
S3 Vienna University Structural Biology 2009-2014
S2 Institut Teknologi Bandung MIPA/KIMIA 2007-2008
S1 Institut Teknologi Bandung MIPA/KIMIA 2003-2007
Riwayat Pekerjaan Formal
Institusi Posisi/Jabatan Tahun
University of Helsinki Postdoctoral Reseracher 2014-sekarang
Institusi Saat ini

University of Helsinki

Bidang Ilmu

Biokimia

Fokus Penelitian
  • Penentuan struktur protein membran menggunakan metoda difraksi sinar-X
Publikasi
Judul Nama Jurnal Tahun
Asymmetry in catalysis by Thermotoga maritima membrane-bound pyrophosphatase demonstrated by a nonphosphorus allosteric inhibitor Science Advances 2019
A high-throughput method for orthophosphate determination of thermostable membrane-bound pyrophosphatase activity Analytical Methods 2018
A Simple Strategy to Determine the Dependence of Membrane-Bound Pyrophosphatases on K+ as a Cofactor Methods in Enzymology 2018
Interaction between the flagellar pocket collar and the hook complex via a novel microtubule-binding protein in Trypanosoma brucei PLOS Pathogens 2017
Protein and sodium pumping by pyrophosphatases European Biophysics Journal With Biophysics Letters 2017
Integral membrane pyrophosphatases: a novel drug target for human pathogens? AIMS Biophysics 2016
Assembly mechanism of Trypanosoma brucei BILBO1 at the flagellar pocket collar Communicative and Integrative Biology 2015
BILBO1 Is a Scaffold Protein of the Flagellar Pocket Collar in the Pathogen Trypanosoma brucei PLoS Pathogens 2015
Effect of introducing a disulphide bond between the A and C domains on the activity and stability of Saccharomycopsis fibuligera R64 α-amylase Journal of Biotechnology 2015
Integrative approaches to investigate the structure and assembly of Trypanosoma brucei BILBO1, a multidomain cytoskeletal protein at the flagellar pocket collar Cilia 2015
Assembly mechanism of Trypanosoma brucei BILBO1, a multidomain cytoskeletal protein Journal of Biological Chemistry 2014
Expression, purification and preliminary crystallographic analysis of the N-terminal domain of Trypanosoma brucei BILBO1 Acta Crystallographica Section F:Structural Biology Communications 2014
Structure of the TbBILBO1 Protein N-terminal domain from Trypanosoma brucei reveals an essential requirement for a Conserved surface patch Journal of Biological Chemistry 2014
Novel bilobe components in Trypanosoma brucei identified using proximity-dependent biotinylation Eukaryotic Cell 2013
Architecture and assembly of TbBILBO1, a protein that is essential for the survival of Trypanosoma brucei Molecular Biology of the Cell 2012
Morphology of the trypanosome bilobe, a novel cytoskeletal structure Eukaryotic Cell 2012
Biochemical characterization of a glucoamylase from Saccharomycopsis fibuligera R64 Biologia 2011
Biochemical characterization of a raw starch degrading α-amylase from the Indonesian marine bacterium bacillus sp. ALSHL3 Biologia 2009
Keanggotaan dan Penghargaan
Nama Tahun Organisasi Pemberi
Best poster presentation, MFPL Scientific Advisory Board meeting 2013, Vienna, Austria. 2013 MFPL
Best oral presentation award 2013 CFC3013 conference
ASEAN-­‐‑European Academic University Network (ASEA-­ UNINET) PhD scholarship 2009-2012 the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture through the Austrian Council for Science and Technology Development
Daftar Hibah yang Diperoleh
Judul, role Tahun Jumlah Dana Pemberi Hibah
Studies of the membrane-bound pyrophosphatase from protist parasites as a potential drug target (PI) 2017-2020 304654 Euro Academy of Finland