Edward A. Lemke

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Edward A. Lemke

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and IMB Mainz

Lemke is one of the leading experts in the field of intrinsically disordered protein research. Funded by an ERC Consolidator Grant in physical sciences and more recently an ERC Advanced Grant in life sciences, his teams makes important contribution to the field by combining chemical, synthetic and cell biological expertise with single molecule fluorescence measurements of protein plasticity. Lemke is the spokesperson of the coordinated research Centre SFB1551 on “Polymer concepts in Cellular function”. His research paves the way for interdisciplinary life science research in Mainz with his work on the “dark” (i.e. disordered) proteome and its impact on aging.
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Thursday, July 11 | 
 — 13:00
Workshop: SFB1551: Wiggly spaghetti in brain
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