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Cell Biology

Surname, First name Research Focus
Baier, Herwig The goal of our research is to understand how neuronal circuits convert sensory inputs into behavioral responses...
Boshart, Michael The group uses protozoan Trypanosoma as a model system to study signaling mechanisms in parasitic life cycle development and in the host-parasite interaction as well as the evolution of signaling pathways in general...
Hartl, Ulrich Protein folding is required for the realization of genetic information at the level of functional proteins and is, as such, one of the most fundamental reactions in all of biology...
Hayer-Hartl, Manajit The discovery and functional analysis of the chaperonins was instrumental in shaping our present view of de novo protein folding as a chaperone-assisted process...
Herms, Jochen The Herms' lab focuses on cellular neurobiology, clinical neuroscience, functional imaging, and developmental neurobiology...
Klein, Rüdiger Research projects for Amgen Scholars would be embedded in ongoing research on the development of the vertebrate nervous system...
Lopez-Schier, Hernán We have recently expanded our project to investigate the mechanical and biophysical mechanisms that govern the development and regeneration of epithelial architecture...
Misgeld, Thomas The Misgeld lab uses in vivo imaging methods (ranging from wide-field time-lapse to two-photon microscopy) to study the development and degeneration of neurons and their processes...
Niessing, Dierk Imagine a big city without a car driving and no mail being delivered. The resulting chaos is similar to what happens to a cell when its molecular transport systems are impaired...
Soll, Jürgen Prof. Soll's research group studies the metabolism and biochemistry of green plant cells...
Willem, Michael The Laboratory for Neurodegenerative Disease Research focuses on the generation of Amyloid ß-peptide (Aß) as the major constituent of neurotoxic amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's Disease (AD)...