Ott Lab on Facebook

Our new Facebook page is online now. You can find us as “Dynamic Plant Membrane Interfaces”. While some of the web content will be shared there, we will also post some other lab news including teaching information, student positions, group activities, etc. Just follow us or post a comment.

Teaching award

We were awarded this years prize for excellent teaching for our basic module cell biology. This annual competition is steered by the local student association of the Faculty of Biology and is based on the results of the anonymous teaching evaluations done by all students during the respective courses. We really appreciate this and are…

Open positions – closed now

Two PostDoc positions in symbiotic plant-microbe interactions with experience in plant cell biology or biochemistry Unravelling the molecular basis of symbiotic host cell infection and its engineering in crops. As a partner within the ENSA project (https://www.ensa.ac.uk/) our long-term and ambitious goal is transferring the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen from legumes to crops. Being…

Claudia defended her thesis

Claudia successfully defended her thesis at the LMU in Munich! In her work, she made major contributions for our understanding of the membrane binding mechanism of remorins and studied symbiotic dualism in legumes. Congratulations Claudia! We wish you good luck for your future.

We have a new logo

We spent quite some time on thinking about a group logo that Bea and Paolo now created. We leave a lot room for imaginations, what this is all about. But there is more in it than you may initially think. Hope you will recognize it wherever you see it.

Casandra joined the team

After Casandra studied and worked at the McGill University in Canada, the Universidad Las Américas Puebla in Mexico and the University of Gießen in Germany, she now strengthens our team in the field of plant innate immunity. Looking forward to have you around.