Congratulations to Julien for a nice work with the Cousin lab in Edinburgh on characterising the Activity-dependent Bulk Endosome proteome. Interestingly, lots of similarities to phagosomes!
Post-doc position available in collaborative proteomics!
Want to be involved in important research projects and develop a major international reputation?
Background in either drug discovery, biochemistry or mass spectrometry? Want to learn a skill set highly sought after in biotech and pharma ? Postdoc position available in my lab: high-throughput MALDI TOF mass spectrometry in
New paper in Scientific Reports: collaboration with Carlos Perez-Stable Lab on inhibiting deubiquitylases in cancer. Well done, Virginia!
A warm welcome to Sandra Murphy who joins our lab from Ireland!
Sandra is an expert in proteomics and will work with us and the Newcastle Fibrosis Research Group to study liver disease.
Sandra adds the 13th nationality to the list of nationalities in the Trost lab….
Sadly we had to say good-bye to Anetta who started this Monday her own lab at the University of Gothenburg.
At the good-bye lunch Nuria gave Anetta a present that will find an important space on Anetta’s desk…
We seek a talented and enthusiastic scientist with a background in either molecular immunology, infection biology, biochemistry or cell biology. You will ideally have experience with cell biological and biochemical techniques. Knowledge and working experience in proteomics, ubiquitylation and animal/mouse handling would be advantageous, but is not essential as training can be provided.
We offer exciting preliminary data, a nice team and a chance to publish well.
Please check out our newest paper in biorxiv.
Great work from Manman and Anetta! Currently under review…
And another nice collaborative paper with the Coulthurst lab out in PLoS Pathogens.
Congratulations to everyone involved!
Excited to present our latest paper in Nature Microbiology from our great collaboration with Sarah Coulthurst lab from University of Dundee.
“The type VI secretion system deploys antifungal effectors against microbial competitors”
Well done, Katha, Julien and Brian!