Projects


Interaction between PAR proteins and active mechanics in the one cell stage C. elegans embryo
Prof. Stephan Grill
Technische Universität Dresden
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Quantitative modelling of the PAR polarity network
Dr. Nate Goehring
The Francis Crick Institute
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In vivo analysis of polarized lipid/GTPase function and dynamics in yeast
Dr. Rob Arkowitz
CNRS/Institute Biologie Valrose
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Analysis of protein dynamics in S. cerevisiae and C. elegans
Prof. Anne Spang
Biozentrum, Universität Basel
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Control of Scribble localization at the cell cortex in migrating astrocytes
Dr. Sandrine Etienne-Manneville
Institut Pasteur
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Role of phosphoinositides during collective directed migration
Dr. Sandrine Etienne-Manneville
Institut Pasteur
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Control of cell polarity in C. elegans larval epithelia
Dr. Mike Boxem
Utrecht University
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Super-resolution studies of the organisation of polarity regulators at the plasma membrane
Dr. Zalan Szabo and Dr. Paul van Bergen en Henegouwen
U-Protein Express
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Propagating cell polarity during division by force transmission through adherent junctions
Dr. Yohanns Bellaïche
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The mechanical control of tissue regeneration and polarity re-establishment
Dr. Yanlan Mao
University College London
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Organisation of basolateral microtubule attachment complexes in 3D epithelial cultures
Prof. Anna Akhmanova
Utrecht University
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Control of spindle orientation by Axin in 3D intestine and liver organoid cultures
Prof. Trevor Dale
Cardiff University
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Control of Planar cell polarity and spindle positioning in C. elegans epithelial Seam Cells
Prof. Sander van den Heuvel
Utrecht University
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Control of tissue integrity in the C. elegans seam-cell epithelium
Dr. Mike Boxem
Utrecht University
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Scale up of organoid culture for their widespread use as a polarity model
Dr. Marianne Ellis & Prof. Trevor Dale
Cellesce
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