Single-Molecule Biology Beyond Genomics

CHIRLMIN JOO LAB

Using cutting-edge single-molecule fluorescence tools, we explore how non-coding RNAs in CRISPR immunity trigger anti-viral defence and how non-coding RNAs in RNA interference regulate transcriptome. We apply our understanding to genome editing and gene regulation. We are also developing single-molecule protein sequencing techniques for advanced proteomic analysis. See Chirlmin's ambition in his self-interviews (English) (Korean).

OPENINGS
PhD positions (biology)
Bachelor/Master projects (physics, chemistry, biology)
Postdoc positions (physics, biology)


Feb 2016






LAB NEWS
Dec 2016
Chirlmin will give invited talk in Zing Conference (nucleic acids) in Tampa Bay, US

Sep 2016 
Mike will join for PhD study

Aug 2016 
Seung Hwan will join for post-doc training

Jul 2016
Chirlmin will give invited talk at Gordon Conference (single-molecule) in Hong Kong


ARCHIVE 2016
Jun 
Iasonas joined for PhD study

Jun
Mohamed gave talk at RNA Society Meeting in Kyoto, Japan

Jun 
Carolien finished Honours project

Jun 
Sungchul received fellowship from Korea

May
Laura gave talk at Next Generation Sequencing conference in Boston

May 
We moved to a new building (van der Maasweg 9, 2629HZ). We have more lab space!

May 
Misha/Stanley's review paper accepted in Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology

May 
Louis-Marie joined for master internship

Mar Mohamed/Luuk/Malwina/Anna/Kay's paper published in Methods

Mar 
Chirlmin gave invited talk at IBS-CNRS Symposium in Seoul

Feb 
Tim joined for master internship

Feb 
Ilias joined for master internship

Feb
Jasper joined for bachelor project

Jan 
Stanley defended PhD thesis

Jan 
Jasper/Guus finished bachelor Minor project

Jan 
Sungchul joined for post-doc training

Jan
Luuk gave talk at Quantitative BioImaging Conference in Delft

Jan  
Chirlmin promoted to Associate Professor


See also news in 2011- 2015