'Research in Action' - seminar

The Research in Action seminar gives junior researchers, both PhD students and postdocs, the opportunity to present their latest findings from diverse areas of biology. To promote their talks, they are encouraged to create brief “elevator pitch” videos for previewing.
After each round of the seminar, the participants choose the video they liked best.
Here, we show a small selection of these elevator pitches.
 

Autumn is a TIPP PhD student with Patrick Müller at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. She started her PhD in August 2015 and currently writes up her thesis.

Autumn Pomreinke - Role of the protein NAMPT during hematopoiesis in early embryonic development

Autumn is a TIPP PhD student with Patrick Müller at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. She started her PhD in August 2015 and currently writes up her thesis.
Marco is TIPP PhD student in the Nüsslein-Volhard lab at the Max Planck Institute. He started his PhD in September 2018.

Marco Podobnik-The effect of gene function evolution on colour pattern diversification in Danio fish

Marco is TIPP PhD student in the Nüsslein-Volhard lab at the Max Planck Institute. He started his PhD in September 2018.
Moritz is a IMPRS PhD student in Frank Chan's lab at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. Moritz started his PhD in January 2020.

Moritz Peters - Discovering the T cell Receptor Repertoire in divergent mouse species

Moritz is a IMPRS PhD student in Frank Chan's lab at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. Moritz started his PhD in January 2020.
Magdalena is a TIPP PhD student in John Weir's lab at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. She started her PhD in August 2017.

Magdalena Firlej - Studying the proteins involved in the regulation of meiotic recombination

Magdalena is a TIPP PhD student in John Weir's lab at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. She started her PhD in August 2017.
Dingwen is a IMPRS PhD student in Frank Chan's lab at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. Dingwen started her PhD in December 2019.

Dingwen Su - Investigation of molecular etiology and the role of G-quadruplexes in Bloom Syndrome

Dingwen is a IMPRS PhD student in Frank Chan's lab at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory. Dingwen started her PhD in December 2019.
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