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RTG2550 - Dynamic Regulation of Cellular Protein Localization

Biological systems are astonishingly adaptable. Cells employ dynamic protein (re)localization as central mechanism to expand proteome complexity and to allow cellular adaption to a multitude of intra- and extracellular signals. Our RTG explores the mechanisms driving and controlling (re)localization events, and their functional and physiological consequences.

03.07.2020

RTG reloc News

First RTG reloc Science Slam

First RTG reloc Science Slam

October 10th, 2020. The RTG’s first science slam happened today! Our PhD Students took on an unusual challenge: explain their project to the newest addition to the coordination team. To keep it from being too easy, the talks could only go for three minutes and had to be understandable for someone without any background in science. One of the masterful results: neurotransmission explained with cats, dogs, leashes for both, and lots of treats.
Thank you!

Thank you!

July 17th, 2020. Today our students completed their Introductory Course. This is the view they shared for the last two weeks. Thank you all for participating! We hope that you enjoyed the course and took home some valuable ideas for your PhD projects.
Introductory Course

Introductory Course

July 3rd, 2020. We are excited to start our endeavor with 22 highly motivated PhD students! Next to the scientific “sunrise lectures” presented by our RTG PIs, our students will spend the first week learning about the principles of good scientific conduct and project management.
RTG reloc Welcome Package

RTG reloc Welcome Package

July 1st, 2020. We celebrate the official start of our RTG reloc and adapt to PhD life during Corona times with an unusual welcome gift!
Science Cafe - Zoom edition!

Science Cafe - Zoom edition!

May 28th, 2020. We enjoyed our first Science Cafe online with truly homemade coffees and exciting talks from Judith and Theresa.
Welcome to the RTG2550 reloc!

Welcome to the RTG2550 reloc!

April 15th, 2020. We are welcoming our first PhD students! Ebru, Friederike, Luisa and Theresa started their PhD project on April 15th. We wish you a great start!