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Mall Lab News

Short video about our work on YouTube

Short article about our work in the DKFZ magazine einblick in German.

It was fun to virtually present our cell fate engineering and disease modeling adventures at the systems biology lecture series in Berlin.

Our team was awarded the Young Investigator Grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation to study the etiology of autism spectrum disorders.

New publication about the mechanisms of neuronal and muscle cell fate induction by the pioneer transcription factors Ascl1 and Myod1.

We are excited to present our work at the Life Sciences and Euron PhD Days 2019 in Luxembourg.

Inauguration of newly appointed researchers by Theresia Bauer Minister for Science, Research and Art in Baden-Württemberg.

Young scientist discussion with Anja Karliczek, Federal Minister of Education and Research, at the 1st German Cancer Research Congress highlighting challenges and opportunities of next generation researchers in the "National Decade Against Cancer" campaign.

Our lab was awarded the ERC Starting Grant to study the mechanisms of cell fate maintenance during development and disease.

Opening ceremony of the Hector Institute for Translational Brain Research that we are honored to be part of. 

 

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