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EMBL Interdisciplinary Postdocs (EIPOD)Application

Project ideas

Click here to access the online application.

Candidates for the EIPOD application are encouraged to design their own research project, and pre-discuss their application with EMBL scientists (at least one Coordinator and one Partner) before submission.  Click here for an overview of EMBL research units and to search by research topics

In addition or instead of providing a self-defined project, candidates may also select up to two of the below listed EIPOD project ideas, which should then be developed into a full research project proposal. Project co-ordinators should be contacted to discuss projects (click on the co-ordinator name in the table below for email contact).

2014 EIPOD Project Ideas

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Exploring X-inactivation and early fate decisions in the early mouse embryo

P. Avner PDF
Salmonella host-interactions mediated by protein post-translational modifications P. Beltrao

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Microfluidic gut-metagenomics P. Bork PDF
A new mass spectrometry-based chemoproteomics assay for phosphatidylinositol phosphate binders A-.C. Gavin

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CaMK function: Seeking novel substrate proteins T. Gibson

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The role of intracellular trafficking in regulating cell fates within migrating tissues: a combined CLEM and optogenetic appproach D. Gilmour

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Development of automatic image processing tools and systems-level analysis of symmetry breaking in mouse development T. Hiiragi

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Genomics of targeted drug sensitivity-statistics, computational biology and machine learning W. Huber

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Delineating the epigenetic status of tumor cells that survive targeted therapy M. Jechlinger

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PP1 Modulation using novel PPI Inhibitors M. Koehn

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Ultrahigh temporal and spatial resolution of molecularly resolved biological processes by combing time-resolved spectroscopy with superresolution microscopy E. Lemke

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Locking a dynamic membrane transporter C. Löw

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Computational and functional study of PRC2-IncRNA interactome

M. Marcia

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Integrated tools for the identification of small molecule-protein interactions J.A. Marquez

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The role of UNC5 homologues in neuronal cell death R. Meijers

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A mouse model for microfluidic approaches in personalized cancer therapy

C. Merten

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Imaging mircroRNA contribution to fate decisions during early mouse development P. Neveu PDF
Investigation of the PHD-containing epigenetic regulator, RAI1: from signaling to neuronal lineage specification K-.M. Noh PDF
Unraveling molecular pathways connecting genotype to the metabolic phenotype K. Patil

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Superresolution based computational structural biology J. Ries

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Three-dimensional imaging of native autophagosomes using electron cryomicroscopy C. Sachse PDF
Nanobodies engineered for crystallographic phasing T. Schneider

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In vivo polymerisation of membranes C. Schultz

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Algorithms for small molecule information mining C. Steinbeck

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Development of bioinformatics tools for structural analysis of wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS) data from protein solutions D. Svergun

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The impact of genotype onto drug response – a combined genomics and proteomics approach J. Zaugg PDF