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Welcome to the 4th CRC 1208 Conference in Düsseldorf!

“Dynamics of Membrane Systems“ - 07.-09. March 2023

The 4th Conference of CRC 1208 will again provide an open forum for presenting and discussing the latest research on membrane biology. Traditionally, “Dynamics of Membrane Systems“ will focus on five themes representing the mission of our Collaborative Research Center. Attendees are invited to stretch their boundaries, form collaborations, attend sessions outside their own areas of expertise, and learn how to apply exciting new tools and techniques to their own research. Early career researchers will also find a forum to exchange knowledge, approaches, and information regarding emerging techniques.

 

Confirmed Speakers

We are proud to announce the following speakers to be on site for the 4th CRC1208 conference:

Sonja Billerbeck

University of Groningen

"The yeast toxicome: Molecular insights and applications of a group of secreted antifungal proteins"

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Bernadette Byrne

Imperial College London

"Novel approaches to working with membrane proteins"

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Charissa de Bekker

University of Utrecht

"Unravelling the fungal effectors and insect host targets involved in parasitic hijacking of host behaviours"

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Thomas Günther-Pomorski

Ruhr University of Bochum

"Lipid flippases: Building membranes and transport vesicles"

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Inga Hänelt

University of Frankfurt

"Regulation of the bacterial K+ pump KdpFABC"

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Kai Heimel

University of Göttingen

"Unconventional role of a fungal signal peptide peptidase in plant pathogenesis"

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Eamonn Reading

King's College London

"The Backbone of Multidrug Efflux in RND-Type Pumps"

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Kheya Sengupta

CINaM Marseille

"Mind the Gap: lipid membrane fluctuations and their impact on adhesion"

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Lilach Sheiner

University of Glasgow

"Mitochondrial membranes biology in the apicomplexan Toxoplasma gondii"

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Christian Ungermann

University of Osnabrück

"Molecular insights into tethering and fusion at lysosomes"

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Paula Welander

University of Stanford

"Bacterial sterol biosynthesis and transport"

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