Vicent Pelechano, PhD
Susanne Huch, PhD
Lilit Nersisyan, PhD
Eva Brinkman, PhD
Ryan Hull, PhD
Guido Baselli, PhD
Marcel Tarbier, PhD
Mengjun Wu, PhD
Paulius Baltrusis, PhD
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Eduardo Sagredo, PhD
Mandy Meijer, PhD
We thank the suport that makes possible our research.
Transcriptional memory story published in Nat Comms.
Very happy to see our or story showing how differential regulation of mRNA stability modulates transcriptional memory in budding yeast. A great work leaded by Bingnan Li in our lab.
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Not1 and Not4 inversely determine mRNA solubility and co-translational events
Our collaboration with Martine Collart Lab is finally out in Genome Research. Here we used 5PSeq to study ribosome dynamics in insoluble fractions, that are not accessible to methods such as ribosome profiling. Great collaboration.
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Postdoctoral position in single-cell RNA biology
We have an open postdoctoral position in single-cell RNA biology. The available postdoctoral position concerns developing and applying novel genomic approaches to study RNA-protein interaction and subcellular localization at single-cell level. The candidate will focus on investigating how translation and mRNA stability are regulated, and how the disruption of those processes across cells alter cellular phenotypes in health and disease.
Deadline 10 March 2023
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Collaborative paper published in Nat Cancer
A great manuscript led by our collaborators from the Fendt Lab showing how targeting palmitate processing inhibits breast cancer-derived lung metastasis.
Postdoctoral position in RNA biology
We have an open postdoctoral position in RNA biology. The available postdoctoral position concerns developing and applying novel genomic approaches to study RNA-protein interaction. The candidate will focus on investigation the dynamic interaction between the transcriptome and the proteome, and how the disruption of those interaction can be used to modulate gene expression and cellular phenotypes in health and disease.
Deadline 30 January 2023
Research Technician in Clinical Genomics
We have one open position for a Research Technician in Clinical Genomics. Please find detailed information and link to the application system (MyNetwork) following the link below. Application deadline is September 24th 2022.
OPUSeq paper published
Happy to present our first incursion into Clinical Genomics. It will not be the last 🙂
KAW foundation highlights our work
We are honoured that the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation drafted a research highlight about our work on June 2022. Thanks to the support from the Wallenberg foundation, our group can focus on long-term high-impact research.
PoxtA paper published in Nat Communications
Happy to see our collaboration with the Hauryliuk and Wilson lab published in Nat Comms. Always great to combine our genomics work with structural biology to better underwent antimicrobial resistance.
We welcome Honglian Liu coming from the University of Gothenburg. She will join us as a Research Assistant working on mRNA degradation.