Project A01

The Role of Protein-Lipid Interactions for Protein Segregation in the Yeast Plasma Membrane

Project A02

Local Signaling for Tight Coupling of Synaptic Exo- and Endocytosis

Project A03

Dynamic Regulation of Synaptic Calcium Channels by Neurexins

Project A04

Membrane Platforms in Regulated Secretion from Endothelial Cells

Project A05

Lipid-Mediated Activation of Protein Kinases During Cell Polarization

Project A06

Force-Control in Neurons via Curved Membrane Nanodomains

Project A07

Regulation of Growth Factor Signaling by the Nanoscale Presentation of the Extracellular Matrix

Project A08

Molecular Parameters for the Dynamic Assembly of Hedgehog Signaling Platforms

Project A09

Regulation of Vesicle Formation in Clathrin-Independent Endocytosis

Project A10

Specification and Dynamic Interactions of Arterial Progenitor Cells

Project A11

Regulation of Plasma Membrane Supramolecular Functional Units by Late Endosomal Sorting and Transport

Project A12

Integrin Subtyp-spezifische Organisation und Kraftübertragung

Project B01

VE-Cadherin Modifications and Binding Partners Regulate Endothelial Junctions

Project B03

High-Resolution Analysis of Membrane Domain Formation During Neuronal Polarization

Project B04

Membrane Remodeling and Severing During Dendrite Pruning in Drosophila Neurons

Project B05

Localized FGF-Receptor Signaling Controls Differentiation of Wrapping Glial Cells

Project B06

Cell-Cell Interactions Controlling Organ Shape

Project B07

Morphogenetic Mechanisms During Lymphatic Vessel Formation

Project B08

Local Cues Trigger Changes in the Migratory Behavior of Lymphangioblasts

Project B09

Morphogenesis of the Trophoblast Lineage during Blastocyst to Egg Cylinder Transition

Project B10

Spatiotemporal Regulation of Secretory Lysosome Trafficking Controls Epithelial Tube Fusion

Project Z01

Central Tasks

Project Z02

Integrated Research Training Group
Rafael being pulled to the Badestrasse after the graduation ceremony

Rafael Krämer - first graduated PhD Student from the CRC1348 IRTG

We are happy to announce that in December 2019 Rafael Krämer from the Rumpf lab was graduated as first PhD student from the CRC1348 IRTG. Congratulations Dr. Krämer and well done!

CRC1348 Retreat 2019 Oberwerries

CRC 1348 Retreat 2019 Oberwerries

The CRC has staged a successful and productive annual retreat at the Landesturnschule Oberwerries with lots of mental and some physical exercise. We are due to return fully equipped with sweat pants, trainers and shower gel in 2020!