SFB1551 @ EMBO | EMBL Symposium Cellular mechanisms driven by phase separation

This week, SFB1551 researchers took part of the EMBO | EMBL Symposium on Cellular mechanisms driven by phase separation organized by our own SFB1551 spokesperson Dorothee Dormann (JGU/IMB) along with Simon Alberti (Dresden University of Technology), Sara Cuylen-Häring (EMBL Heidelberg) and Alex Holehouse (Washington University in St. Louis).

Edward Lemke, SFB1551 spokesperson, presented his work on molecular plasticity in the dark proteome. Sina Wittmann (IMB), SFB1551 project R12, chaired the session on condensates in gene expression. Jasper Michels (MPIP), who recently started project R15 within the network was also present at the event.

Several lab members from Dorothee Dormann and Edward Lemke Labs were present and enjoyed the opportunity to explore, discuss and exchange ideas on the exciting topic of phase separation and the physiological relevance of condensates in biology and disease.

We are grateful to Dorothee Dormann & colleagues for the organization of such an extraordinary event.

SFB1551 researchers at the EMBO | EMBL Symposium in Heidelberg
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