Six joint molecular medicine projects as Fellows from SciLifeLab and WCM(T)M team up

Published: 2019-06-27


 

The National Molecular Medicine Fellows Program (NMMP) has announced the initiatives approved for this year’s Scientific Network Facilitation Grant for SciLifeLab members. Six of the seven funded projects are novel research collaborations between SciLifeLab Fellows and Fellows from the Wallenberg Centres for Molecular Medicine (WCMM and WCMTM) in Gothenburg, Linköping, Lund and Umeå.

 

  1. Scientific meeting
    NMMP meeting for molecular visualization
  2. Ilaria Testa & Anetta Svitorka Härtlova (WCMTM GU)
    Research project: Dissecting the inflammasomes with super resolution light microscopy
  3. Vicent Pelechano & Silvia Remeseiro (WCMM UmU) 
    Research project: Functional and regulatory characterization of human orphan TSSs
  4. Lucie Delemotte & Antonios Pantazis (WCMM LiU)
    Research project: Functional properties and structures of voltage-sensing domains (VSDs) CaV2.1
  5. Jens Carlsson & Kristoffer Sahlholm (WCMM UmU)
    Research project: Synergy of in silico and experimental studies of GPCR dimers
  6. Claudia Kutter & Francesca Aguilo (WCMM UmU)
    Research project: New regulatory mechanisms underlying m6A modifications and the associated RNA-binding proteome in cancer
  7. Daniel Globisch & Iben Lundgaard (WCMM LU)
    Research project: Metabolomic clearance profiles of the Central Nervous System

 

NMMP is made possible by the kind support of the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.