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Fabienne BeuronCurrent information Facility Manager, Electron Microscopy Facility 123 Old Brompton Road London, United Kingdom E-mail Nationality: FrenchEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1998 to 1999 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Area of research: Cryo-electron microscopy and three-dimensional reconstruction of single particles.
Current information Group Leader, Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Physiology Otto-Hahn-Str.11 Dortmund, Germany E-mail Nationality: GermanEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Cell Biology and Biophysics From 04.2002 to 03.2006 Research interests: correlative light & electron microscopy, Golgi apparatus, cryo-electron tomography Biography Hide biographyBiography: since 04/2006 Group leader at Systemic Cell Biology Department (Prof. Bastiaens) and leader of the Electron Microscopy Laboratory at Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Physiology, Dortmund, Germany
01/2004 12/2005 Postdoc as EMBL fellow working on cellular cryo-tomography of vitrified mammalian cells in the group of Dr. Andreas Hönger
04/2002 12/2003 Postdoc as EMBL fellow working on correlative light and electron microscopy and electron tomography of Golgi resident enzymes in the group of Dr. Tommy Nilsson
06/1997 03/2002 Assistant at Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Division of Medical Cell Biology at Heidelberg University Medical School
Dilem HizlanCurrent information Research and Training Projects Specialist, Ýstanbul Þehir Üniversitesi Altunizade Mahallesi Kuþbakýþý Caddesi
No: 27 Üsküdar-Istanbul, Turkey E-mail Nationality: TurkishEMBL information Predoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 09.2002 to 09.2006
Current information Associate Professor, University of Colorado, MCDB University of Colorado at Boulder,
Dept. of Mol. Cell. and Dev. Biology
Porter Science, B0031A Boulder, USA E-mail Nationality: SwissEMBL information Group Leader Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1998 to 2006 Research interests: Cytoskeletal proteins, Electron Microscopy, 3-D Image analysis Biography Hide biographyBiography: Ph.D. 1993 from the University of Basel Switzerland
Postdoctoral position at the Scripps Research Inst. La Jolla CA from 1993 - 1996
Postdoctoral position at the ETH Zuerich from 1996 to 1997
EMBL groupleader from 1998 - 2006
Since February 2006, Associate professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Dept.
of Mol. Cell. and Dev. Biology
Angelika KrebsCurrent information Assistant Professor, Medical University of Graz Bioinformatics and Structural Biology,
Center for Medical Research
Medical University Graz
Stiftingtalstrasse 24 Graz, Austria E-mail Nationality: AustrianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 2000 to 2005
Valeria De MarcoCurrent information Postdoc, National Institute for Medical Research Division of Molecular Structure
Mill Hill London, United Kingdom E-mail Nationality: ItalianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1998 to 2003 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Born in 1973 in Bari (Italy); graduated in Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 1996; at the EMBL for an extraordinary PhD from 1998 to 2002.
Amani SaidCurrent information Between Jobs NOT SPECIFIED E-mail Nationality: SwedishEMBL information Scientific Trainee Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 2001 to 2001
Current information Assistant Professor, Life Sciences Institute / University of Michigan 210 Washtenaw Avenue
LSI, Rm 6000 Ann Arbor, USA E-mail Nationality: GreekEMBL information Predoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1999 to 2003 Research interests: Molecular Electron Microscopy, cryo-EM, Chromatin remodeling complexes, membrane receptor complexes Biography Hide biographyBiography: After obtaining a B.Sc. in Biochemistry from the University of Leeds in England, Georgios Skiniotis moved to Germany to pursue his Ph.D. in the group of Dr. Andreas Hoenger at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg. At EMBL, while receiving further training in biochemistry and molecular biology, he specialized in electron cryomicroscopy and helical reconstructions to study the interaction of kinesin motors with microtubules. Resulting in numerous publications, his structural and biochemical work on kinesin-microtubule complexes provided significant new insights to the "walking" mechanism of molecular motors.
Following the completion of his Ph.D., and with an ever-growing fascination for the visualization of protein complexes by electron microscopy, Dr. Skiniotis crossed the Atlantic to join the lab Dr. Thomas Walz at Harvard Medical School in Boston. In Harvard, where he was awarded with the prestigious Damon Runyon fellowship, he strengthened his electron microscopy background with the application of single particle analysis techniques for the structural investigation of macromolecular complexes. Besides his work on structural studies of RSC, a 15-subunit chromatin remodeling machine in yeast, he also engaged in collaborations for the structural characterization of several signaling cell surface receptors, such as gp130, LIF-R, and the Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor (VEGF-R).
Dr. Skiniotis joined LSI as a Biological Sciences Scholar and Research Assistant Professor in 2008. His primary research focus is the application of molecular electron microscopy for the exploration of chromatin modifying complexes and the mechanisms involved in nucleosome remodeling. In addition, he continues working on cell surface receptors and the ways their extracellular architectures instigate intracellular signaling.
Current information Team Leader, experimenta gGmbH Kranenstr. 14 Heilbronn, Germany E-mail Nationality: GermanEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Hoenger Group Structural and Computational Biology From 08.1993 to 08.2005 Research interests: structural biology, electron microscopy, image processing Biography Hide biographyBiography: I received my PhD in summer 1998 from the EMBL on structural research. I then focussed on protein biochemical and molecular biology methods. After a two year postdoctoral position in the US, I returned to the EMBL to join an electron microscopy research group. Due to supervising numerous high school and university students I realized, that motivating and promoting pupils into the scientific pipeline should become my profession. Since December 2003, I managed the ExploHeidelberg Teaching Lab and since 2008 became head of education at the new science education center in Heilbronn, called experimenta. In this function I am responsible for organizing and running scientific courses and workshops with school classes as well as teacher training courses.