Beckmann Lab

Molecular Infection biology

Apr27

PhD position in Metabolism & Cancer at the DKFZ Heidelberg

Our colleague Bruno Galy (DFKZ Heidelberg, Germany) has a job opportunity for a PhD student to work at the interface of cellular metabolism and cancer. http://www.dkfz.de/en/stellenangebote/index.php?id=090/2016

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Apr01

Goodbye Tobias!

Todays is Tobias’ last day in the lab. As part of his Master studies in Molecular Life Sciences at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, he did a 6 month internship (so called Projektmodul) in our group. Tobias worked on the purification of tagged mutant versions of the protein Cas9 from Streptococcus pyogenes which is a key enzyme […]

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Mar18

New lab member: Senthil Subramanian

Senthil joined our group as postdoctoral fellow. He received a fellowship from the IRI to study outer membrane vesicles of bacterial pathogens and the role of exosomes during infection processes.  

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Feb04

Helau!

Its thursday, Feb. 4th 2016 11:11 am and we tried to celebrate Karneval in Berlin. What other place to go here than the “Ständige Vertretung?” Unfortunately, we were all but alone 🙂

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Dec15

PhD position at the DFKZ Heidelberg

The research group of Bruno Galy is searching for a PhD student with an interest in cancer research and metabolism.

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Dec03

Research update: evolutionary conserved RNA-binding proteins

During the last years, hundreds of novel RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) have been detected in mammalian cell lines. Now, we mapped the mRNA-bound proteome of a complete organism: the yeast S. cerevisiae. Additionally, we determined the mRNA interactome of human hepatocytic cells (HuH-7). Having comprehensive information on RBPs from a eukaryotic single cell organism and from mammalian […]

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Aug27

Postdoc positions available at the IRI for the Life Sciences

The IRI for the Life Sciences has an opening for 4 Postdoc positions. We are looking for a postdoc to join our group to work on the interface between infection biology, next-generation sequencing and RNA biology. Head over to our Jobs section to learn more.

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Mar24

IRI Symposium on RNA

The IRI for the Life Sciences is hosting a Symposium on RNA Biology on March 23/24. We are looking forward to an exciting meeting!  

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