Unfortunately, it’s time to say goodbye to Inma, whose time with us ends this week. You were an enrichment for us as a group as well as for the whole institute. It’s hard to see you move on, but we wish you all the best for your future!
¡Muchas gracias por todo!
Dear Inma, thank you so much for everything you have done for the group in the past years. As you may have noticed, the group you joined and the group that now sees you go are very different. Much of our development and success has to be credited to your enthusiasm, work ethic, knowledge and skills. Me, my group and the whole DOTS team will be missing you very much. Harald
Congrats to Steffi for passing her “Quals” today!
We are very proud that you join us – let’s make light-activated traps a reality!
Christina, who joins us from NEB, will be supporting Andi on the TWIST project.
It’s great to have you and good luck!
Her work on artificial synapses earned Catherine the best poster award in the categories “Systems and Synthetic Biology“ and “Single Molecules and Membranes“.
Andi is joining IST Austria as a TWIST fellowship.
Andi will be driving force behind pushing our all-optical drug screening programs for GPCRs and RTKs to the next level!
Welcome to IST and good luck!
The symposium “Deciphering dopamine function with new tools: from molecule to synapse and behavior” that is organized by Xin Jin from the Salk Institute and Harald is coming up at Dopamine 2016!
Join us Wednesday, September 7, 2016, 10:30 – 12:10 at Dopamine 16 in Vienna! You can find the program of Dopamine 2016 and the symposium here (search the page for “deciphering dopamine function” to find the symposium).
The complete group will join the 8th annual ÖGMBT meeting in Graz from September 12th-September 14th.
Inma and Steffi will be giving talks about their current projects.Eva, Catherine, Laura and Alvaro will present posters. Check out the program of the meeting here http://xn--gmbt4qa.at/jahrestagung/programm
Hope to see you there.