Cluster for Molecular Chemistry


Martin Feiters graduated in biochemistry, bio-organic chemistry and food chemistry at the University of Utrecht. For his PhD he worked on the structure-function relationship of the enzyme lipoxygenase at the University of Utrecht and Chalmers Technical University (Gothenburg, Sweden). He subsequently did postdoctoral work in X-ray absorption spectroscopy at the Daresbury Laboratory, University of Manchester. He was appointed Associate Professor of Bio-organic Chemistry at the University of Nijmegen in 1989.


Name: Dr. M.C. Feiters
Born: June 10, 1955 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Marital status

Working Experience

1989-present Associate Professor, Institute for Molecules and Materials
Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
1987-1989 Post-doctoral researcher, Department of Bio-organic Chemistry
Bijvoet Center, University of Utrecht
1984-1986 Post-doctoral researcher
University of Manchester, UK
1979-1984 PhD in Chemistry
University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Thesis: "On the iron in soybean lipoxygenases"


Radboud University NijmegenFaculty of ScienceInstitute for Molecules and MaterialsCluster for Molecular Chemistry