Panagiotis KastritisHalle / GermanyUniversity of HalleStrucutral modelling of the LEM2-ESCRT pathway
Christopher CassaCambridge / USHarvard Medical SchoolDeMAG: evaluating clinically actionable genetic variants with high sensitivity and specificity
Shamil SunyaevCambridge / USHarvard Medical SchoolPredicting the effects of human genetic variants
Anders HansenCambridge / USMITDynamics of chromatin looping
Vassily ZaburdaevErlangen / GermanyUnversity of ErlangenEntropic collapse of coiled-coil proteins
Andreas HermannRostock / GermanyUniversity of RostockDNA-protein co-condensation
Rohit PappuWashington / USWashington UniversityMolecular grammar of phase separation
Daniel Colon RamosNew Haven / USYaleRegulation of glycolysis
Christoph WeberAugsburg / GermanyUniversity AugsburgModelling reactions in droplets
Dieter BraunMunich / GermanyLMU, MunichCoacervates in thermophoretic pores
Rumiana DimovaPotsdam / GermanyMax Planck Institute of Colloids and InterfacesProject: Regulation of glycolysis
Barbara TreutleinBasel / SwitzerlandETH, BaselRNA sequencing in coacervates
Damian WollneyJena / GermanyUniversity of JenaRNA sequencing in coacervates
Johannes StiglerMunich / GermanyLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Alex S. HolehouseWashington / USWashington University School of Medicine RNA-induced condensation
Julia MahamidHeidelberg / GermanyEuropean Molecular Biology Laboratory, HeidelbergRNA-induced condensation
Young-Tae ChangPohang / Republic of KoreaLudwig-Maximilians-Universität MünchenRNA-induced condensation
Jochen GuckErlangen / GermanyMax Planck Institute for the Science of Light, ErlangenRNA-induced condensation
Michael K. RosenDallas / USUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas
Johannes StiglerMunich / GermanyLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Johannes StiglerMunich / GermanyLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Why Dresden?

„Nowhere else in Germany can so many scientists and research institutions be found in such a small area: there are few other cities in Europe with such intensive research as in Dresden.“

Stefan Diez, Group leader of the Stefan Diez Group

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