Georg's research explores the chemistry and physics of life. Much of his work is focussed on understanding the structural dynamics, interactions, and physical properties of proteins, and their links to human health and disease.
He is a Research Fellow at the Department of Chemistry in the group of Prof. Tuomas P.J. Knowles and part of the Cambridge Centre for Misfolding Diseases and the Centre for Experimental Biophysical Chemistry.
Georg has backgrounds in the Physical and Life Sciences, holding a first-class honours degree in Biochemistry and a PhD summa cum laude in Biophysics. He received several awards for his scientific achievements including a Doctoral Thesis Prize and the William F. Giauque Memorial Award. His research is supported by two prestigious Fellowships: the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship from the European Union and the Herchel Smith Research Fellowship from the University of Cambridge.
Georg joined Wolfson College as Junior Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry & Biophysics in April 2020.