Image-based transcriptomics wins prestigious poster award of the Molecular Systems Biology journal at the EMBO meeting 2013, Europe’s largest conference on molecular biology. Congratulations to Thomas and Nico!!
If you go to the EMBO meeting 2013 in Amsterdam from 21-24 Sep, don’t miss the following presentations from the PelkmansLab:
The work of Berend on the Hierarchical Interaction Score, a novel statistic to infer functional interactions between genes from large-scale multivariate gene perturbation screens has been accepted for publication in Nature Methods.
On June 1, Arpan Rai joined our lab as a postdoctoral fellow. Arpan did his PhD in the laboratory of Roop Mallik at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbai, India. He recently published his PhD work on molecular motor force measurements inside living cells with single-motor resolution in Cell. For more details, check here.
We give Arpan a big welcome and look forward to his experience in quantitative single-molecule approaches in biology, which bares many conceptual similarities with quantitative single-cell approaches in biology.
In the beginning of 2013 Lucas assumed the chair of the SystemsX’s Scientific Executive Board (SEB). For X-Letter 26, Christa Smith and Matthias Scholer interviewed him about the SEB goals, the collaboration with the industry, and what still needs to be done for the Swiss Systems Biology initiative.
Directly to the interview: 2013_05_07_X-Letter_Lucas_Interview
Frank Wippich joined the lab of Anne Ephrussi at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, where he received the prestigious eipod postdoctoral fellowship.
Congratulations for getting this fellowship, and we wish you good luck in your new research, which undoubtedly will be very productive as well.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology highlights Frank Wippich’s recent paper in Cell on the role of DYRK3 in coupling liquid unmixing with mTOR signalling.
Check it out here.
Berend Snijder joined the lab of Giulio Superti-Furga at the CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine in Vienna as a postdoctoral fellow.
We are sure that he will be very successful over there as well and wish him good luck. And of course, we look forward to some continued collaborations