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DevStem Symposium at the IST

03 Mar 2023

This year’s DevStem symposium at the IST Austria brought again the broader Viennese science community interested in development and stem cells together. The Pauli lab was well represented with Frieda giving a talk on dormant ribosomes, two posters by our fertilization teams (Victoria and Jonne; Andreas and Laurine) and Josef and Jakob participating as well. It was again a successful and very stimulating event particularly for master students, PhD students and postdocs to discuss about science, exchange ideas and get to know also other peers in the wider Vienna area and our new direct neighbors at the IMP from the Pinheiro lab!

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Welcome on board to our 4 international master students

01 Mar 2023

This is a first in the history of the Pauli lab to have not only one or two but four international Master students join us this spring! We are really excited to welcome

  • Jonne from the Cancer, Stem cells and Developmental Biology master program at Utrecht University, Netherlands; Jonne is supervised by Victoria and is working on fertilization;
  • Jakob from the Regenerative Medicine and Technology master program at Utrecht University, Netherlands; Jakob is supervised by Josef and is working on Dap1b/Dap’s role in translational regulation;
  • Laurine from the master program on Epigenetics, Genetics and Cell Biology at Montpellier University, France; Laurine is supervised by Andreas and is working on fertilization;
  • Roksolana who already knows the campus from her internship with Yasin Dagdas’s lab at the GMI; Roksolana is supervised by Anastasia and is working on mitochondria during embryogenesis.

Welcome on board!

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A very special Pauli lab beer hour

17 Feb 2023

Back to the 2000s - and Paris Hilton’s birthday (on the 17.2.) - was this year’s motto for our Pauli lab beer hour. This involved getting a live-size version of Paris Hilton printed by our graphics department (thanks Tibor and Hannes!) and a photobooth with Paris Hilton, dressing up according to the 2000s, memorable music from the ‘good old past’ and lots of dancing from the entire Pauli lab! It turned out a huge success and a great opportunity to catch up with the ‘extended Pauli lab family’ with former Pauli lab members that have moved on to other positions on campus. After cleaning up from the party, the Pauli lab has a new problem to solve: what do we do with the live-sized version of Paris Hilton (options range from putting her up in the lab or at the microscope versus getting rid of her).

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