On Tuesday December 4th PhyLife hosted the first Membrane Imaging workshop. We would like to thank the speakers and participants for a fantastic day with a lot of interesting membrane science. We hope to see you again in the future. Additionally, we would like to thank SDU Imaging for supporting the workshop financially.
- Peter Jönson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University, Lund, Sweden: Manipulating and studying membrane-associated molecules using hydrodynamic forces.
- Arindam Ghosh*, Georg-August-University, Göttingen, Germany: Metal-Induced Transfer and its application to membrane science.
- Dimitrios Stamou, University of Copenhagen: Membrane curvature, a non-stochastic regulator of protein localization, structure and function.
- Rumiana Dimova, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany: Wetting, budding and tubulation.
- Jesper Nylandsted, Danish Cancer Society research Center, Copenhagen, Denmark: Single-cell wound healing in cancer cells.
- Poul Martin Bendix, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen University, Denmark: Dynamics of proteins in isolated plasma membranes.
- Stefan Vogel, University of Southern Denmark: Liposome fusion cascades programmed by DNA and PNA
- Jannik Bruun Larsen, Danish Technical University: Single liposome fluorescent imaging reveal heterogeneous pegylation of drug delivery liposomes.
- Alice Dupont Juhl, University of Southern Denmark: Ultrastructure of Endo-Lysosomes during Cholesterol Efflux studied by Combined Fluorescence and Cryo-Soft X-ray Tomography.
- Theresa Louise Boye, Danish Cancer Society Research Center: Annexin A4 and A6 induce membrane curvature and constriction during cell membrane repair.
- Guillermo S Moreno-Pescador, Copenhagen University: Exploiting plasmonic membrane fusion to understand membrane protein dynamics.
Highlights from the event: