Christophe Danelon’s CV


2003 Ph.D. in Biophysics, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

2000 D.E.A. Chemistry of Biomolecules, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

1999 Maîtrise es Sciences Physiques, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

Academic experience

2015-present Associate Professor (tenured), Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

2010-2014 Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

2009 Postdoc with Prof. Gian-Paolo Dotto, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

2008-2009 Research and Teaching Associate, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

2003-2008 Postdoc with Prof. Horst Vogel, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

Publications before the TU Delft

EPFL Lausanne

–  Roizard, S., C. Danelon, G. Hassaïne, J. Piguet, K. Schulze, R. Hovius, R. Tampé, and H. Vogel. Activation of G-protein-coupled receptors in cell-derived plasma membranes supported on porous beads. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 (42): 16868-74, Oct. 2011.

–  Zava, O., S. M. Zakeeruddin, C. Danelon, H. Vogel, M. Grätzel, and P. J. Dyson. Discovery of a ruthenium-based luminescent probe for plasma membrane imaging.ChemBioChem 10 (11): 1796-1800, Jul. 2009.

–  Danelon C., S. Terrettaz, O. Guenat, M. Koudelka, and H. Vogel. Probing the function of ionotropic and G protein-coupled receptors in surface-confined membranes. Methods 46 (2): 104-115, Oct. 2008.

–  Danelon, C., J. Grandl, R. Hovius, and H. Vogel. Modulation of proton-induced current fluctuations in the human nicotinic acetylcholine receptor channel. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1768 (1): 76-89, Jan. 2007.

–  Danelon, C., C. Santschi, J. Brugger, and H. Vogel. Fabrication and functionalization of nanochannels by electron-beam induced silicon oxide deposition. Langmuir 22 (25): 10711-10715, Dec. 2006.

–  Danelon, C., M. G. Jenke, C. Schreiter, G. M. Kim, J.-B Perez, C. Santschi, J. Brugger, and H. Vogel. Micro- and nanostructured devices for investigating biomolecular interactions. CHIMIA 60 (11): 754-760, Nov. 2006.

–  Grandl, J., C. Danelon, R. Hovius, and H. Vogel. 2006. Functional asymmetry of transmembrane segments in nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Eur. Biophys. J. 35 (8): 685-693, Oct. 2006.

–  Gopalakrishnan, G., C. Danelon, P. Izewska, M. Prummer, P.-Y. Bolinger, D. Demurtas, I. Geissbühler, and H. Vogel. Multifunctional lipid/quantum-dot hybrid nanocontainers for controlled targeting of live cells. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 45 (33): 5478-5483, Aug. 2006.

Highlighted in Nature Methods by Allison Doerr, 3: 770-771, Oct. 2006.
Highlighted in Nature Nanotechnology by Stuart Cantrill (published online 28th July 2006).

–  Danelon, C., J.-B. Perez, C. Santschi, J. Brugger, and H. Vogel. Cell membranes suspended across nanoaperture arrays. Langmuir 22 (1): 22-25, Jan. 2006.

IPBS Toulouse

–  Danelon, C., E. M. Nestorovich, M. Winterhalter, M. Ceccarelli, and S. M. Bezrukov. Interaction of zwitterionic penicillins with the OmpF channel facilitates their translocation. Biophys. J. 90 (5): 1617-1627, Mar. 2006.

–  Berkane, E., F. Orlik, A. Charbit, C. Danelon, D. Fournier, R. Benz, and M. Winterhalter. Nanopores: maltoporin channel as a sensor for maltodextrin and lambda-phage. J. Nanobiotechnology 3: 3, Mar. 2005.

–  Ceccarelli, M., C. Danelon, A. Laios, and M. Parinello. Microscopic mechanism of antibiotic translocation through a porin. Biophys. J. 87 (1): 58-64, Jul. 2004.

–  Danelon, C., M. Lindemann, C. Borin, D. Fournier and M. Winterhalter. Channel-forming membrane proteins as molecular sensors. IEEE Trans. Nanobioscience 3 (1): 46-48, Mar. 2004.

–  Bivas, I., and C. Danelon. Fields and forces acting on a planar membrane with a conducting channel. Phys. Rev. E 69 (4): 041901, Apr. 2004.

–  Danelon, C., T. Brando, and M. Winterhalter. Probing the orientation of reconstituted maltoporin channels at the single-protein level. J. Biol. Chem. 278 (37): 35542-35551, Sep. 2003.

–  Schwarz, G., C. Danelon, and M. Winterhalter. On translocation through a membrane channel via an internal binding site: kinetics and voltage-dependence. Biophys. J. 84 (5): 2990-2998, May 2003.

–  Danelon, C., A. Suenaga, M. Winterhalter, and I. Yamato. Cation selectivity of OmpF porin: single channel conductance versus free energy calculation.  Biophys. Chem. 104 (3): 591-603, Jul. 2003.

–  Orlik, F., C. Andersen, C. Danelon, M. Winterhalter, M. Pajatsch, A. Böck, and R. Benz. CymA of Klebsiella oxytoca outer membrane: binding of cyclodextrins and study of the current noise of the open channel. Biophys. J. 85 (2): 876-885, Aug. 2003.

–  Nestorovich, E. M., C. Danelon, M. Winterhalter, and S. M. Bezrukov. Designed to penetrate: Time-resolved interaction of single antibiotic molecules with bacterial pores. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 99 (15): 9789-9794, Jul. 2002.

Highlighted in Science Editors’ choice, 297: 481, Jul. 2002.

Contributions to books
–  Danelon, C., and H. Vogel. 2008. Studying dynamics of ligand-receptor complexes with single molecule techniques. In: Single molecule dynamics in life science (Editors: T. Yanagida and Y. Ishii), Wiley-VCH.

–  Danelon, C., and M. Winterhalter. 2004. Reconstitution of general diffusion pores from bacterial outer membranes. In: Structure and function of prokaryotic and eukaryotic porins. (Editor: Benz, R.) Wiley-VCH, pp. 99-117.

–  Nestorovich, E. M., C. Danelon, M. Winterhalter, and S. M. Bezrukov. Noise analysis of antibiotic permeation through bacterial channels. Proceedings of SPIE Fluctuations and Noise 5110: 57-62, 2003.

–  Biofutur “Quand les antibiotiques piratent les pores bactériens”, February 2004.
–  Journal du CNRS “Bactérie et antibiotique: les liaisons dangereuses”, January 2003.