Sep 19th, 2018: How to time differentiation into a sexually dimorphic nervous system – read the pre-print of our fun collaboration with the Hobert lab here.
Aug 31st, 2018: Farewell to Florian! We wish you a good start in your new position at CSL Behring!
Aug 15th, 2018: Together with the group of Dr. Marc Bühler and in the context of the NCCR RNA & Disease, we have a position in bioinformatics/quantitative biology available – find details and a link to apply online here.
May 24th, 2018: Join us for Helge’s public Habilitation lecture (in German!): “Die vierte Dimension: Zeitliche Steuerungsmechanismen in der Entwicklungsbiologie” – tomorrow, Friday, May 25th, 16:15 at FMI.
May 24th, 2018: Welcome to our new postdoc Smita!
Apr 14th, 2018: Closing date for applications to the International PhD Program of the FMI approaching fast (May 1st) – find details and apply here.
Mar 21st, 2018: Giovanna’s work on miRNA specificity and the effect of miRNA concentrations designated “NAR Breakthrough Article” – now online here. (Thank you, Kathrin, for helping with the graphical abstract!)
Mar 5th, 2018: Shkumatava lab shows that target-directed miRNA decay modulates vertebrate behavior – read our News & Views on this exciting piece of research here.
Jan 5th, 2018: Farewell Takashi! We wish you a smooth start in your new position as an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Polish Academy of Science, Posnan!
Dec 8th, 2017: FMI makes Novartis and University of Basel no. 1 in world-wide industry-academia research partnerships according to Nature.
Nov 21st, 2017: Take a peek at Giovanna’s manuscript on miRNA specificity – available as a preprint on bioRxiv.
Nov 14th, 2017: Read here about Sarah’s and Takashi’s views on how to achieve a productive wet lab–dry lab collaboration.
Nov 7th, 2017: Closing date for applications to the International PhD Program of the FMI approaching fast (November 20th) – find details here.
Oct 31st, 2017: Congratulations, Giovanna, on defending successfully!
Oct 16th, 2017: Welcome to our new PhD student Jana!