Our lab studies molecular mechanisms in post-transcriptional gene regulation. We employ quantitative biochemical, cell-biological and transcriptomic approaches in mammalian and Drosophila cell culture and in vivo in flies to determine how the quality and quantity of the transcriptome is controlled at the molecular level. We would be happy to host Ukrainian scientists at any stage of their career.
Contact: Stefan Ameres
We are a cell biology lab studying the assembly and function of centrioles, centrosomes and cilia using primarily microscopy-based approaches in C. elegans, Drosophila and vertebrate cultured cells. We would be happy to host scientists at any level. Funding is available.
Contact: Alexander Dammermann
The major research interests of the Konrat group lie in the field of intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs), in particular developing novel chemistry-inspired conceptual frameworks to theoretically describe protein and drug features, as well as NMR-supported structural biology and drug design. Funding is available.
Contact: Robert Konrat
The Köhler lab studies various aspects of the nuclear envelope including nuclear pore complexes, nuclear envelope/ER lipid metabolism and gene regulation. We employ biochemistry, single-molecule studies, structural approaches as well as yeast genetics and quantitative cell biology to address these questions. We are happy to help Ukrainian scientists at different career stages.
Contact: Alwin Köhler
The Kovarik lab investigates innate immune responses with focus on transcriptional and posttranscriptional gene regulation. The lab employs genome-wide approaches in combination with cell biology, systems biology and animal models. We are happy to help Ukrainian scientists at various career stages, including students.
We are happy to share that as a result of this web page, we are currently supporting a Ukrainian student in our lab. There will be more opportunities for students or scientists in our lab at the end of the year.
Contact: Pavel Kovarik
Our group investigates the molecular control of cell identity. We use pluripotent embryonic stem cells combined with genetics and systems biology approaches. We would be happy to help Ukrainian scientists at any career stage.
Contact: Martin Leeb
We study the mechanisms by which signals are transduced in cells with high spatial and temporal fidelity. We employ a broad spectrum of quantitative in vitro biochemical, biophysical and structural biology techniques to study a range of signal transducers, including both protein kinases and protein phosphatases. We would be happy to help Ukrainian scientists at different career stages.
Contact: Thomas Leonard
Our lab studies the molecular mechanisms of autophagy. We employ biochemical and cell biological approaches to investigate how cells for autophagosomes during selective autophagy. Please contact me to see how we can help.
Contact: Sascha Martens
Our group studies how cells repair damaged chromosomes. We would be happy to help/host a scientist at any level.
Contact: Joao Matos
The Otsuka lab employs molecular and cellular biology as well as cutting edge microscopy techniques to uncover the molecular mechanism of a tightly-controlled communication inside our cells. We would be happy to help/host a scientist at any level.
Contact: Shotaro Otsuka
Our scientific interest is to understand how the inner timers of animals (driven by sun and moon) control physiology, behavior and development. The techniques used in the lab range from ecological measurements in the marine environment to state-of-the-art biochemical and molecular biology techniques to the use of AI-based advanced tracking technology in behavioral experiments. English is the lab’s working language.
Please contact me to see how we can help.
Contact: Kristin Tessmar-Raible