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Malaria 2: Frischknecht

Our team (from left): Johanna Ripp (PhD student), Miriam Reinig (technician), Romina Augustin (rotation student, alumna), Julia Sattler (Postdoc), Ross Douglas (Postdoc), Martina Nieß (MSc student, alumna), Jessica Kehrer (lab manager), Carolina Matos (Postdoc), Marek Cyrklaff (free electron), Emma Pietsch (MSc student, alumna), Freddy Frischknecht (group leader), Manuela Aguirre (MSc student, alumna), Sheldon Cooper (lab mascot)

Introduction by way of YouTube

Science Match 2016     SFB1129 TP 01 Frischknecht/Spatz    Collective Migration

Job offers

We have currently open positions for medical doctoral students as well as master students. We always welcome PhD students and postdocs who bring their own funding. If you are interested in working in a highly interactive team within an interdisciplinary environment using reverse genetic approaches, state-of-the-art microscopy techniques and are not afraid of new challenges and biophysical methods, please send us your CV, 2 letters of recommendation and a one page statement of motivation within a single pdf. We usually have some vacancies for short term stays of a minimum of 6 weeks. For those send an informal enquiry to "fratsch(at)gmail.com".

News - Frischknecht Group

~ eLIFE Podcast ~

on Tropical Diseases

Malaria parasites on the move

A protein called TRP1 allows the parasites that cause malaria to move inside mosquitos.

This chapter is based on the following content

~ ERC Portrait ~

Freddy Frischknecht

(c) BMBF / Yves Sucksdorff

see here for further pictures with project leader pantomime