Welcome to Faggruppe Molecular Biology
This Wiki is meant as a tool for the students and staff working in our laboratories. A subset of the Department of Biological Sciences, the Molecular biology division currently comprises 11 research groups with overlapping focus on molecular aspects of biology, ranging from basic research questions on evolutionary aspects of development, to studies of core biochemical and cell biological processes. Frequently these studies are directed toward advancements in industrial practices or providing greater understanding of medical, or health related, -conditions.
The research groups that inhabit these laboratories are: the Lewis lab, Halskau lab, Cell Stress, the Grellscheid lab, the Hejnol group, the O'Farrell lab, the Onishchenko lab, the Haugland lab and the Rentzsch lab, all of which are part of the Department of Biological Sciences.
Here is a list of employees at the MOL-BIO faggruppe: Click here
Before you start working in our laboratories
No one is allowed to work in our laboratories until completing safety training by the lab manager in the respective lab. This includes going through the information in the SAFETY PASS. You will also find information about the laboratory rules in our Faggruppe here. Please note that the lab managers have the authorization to expel you from the lab if you do not follow our safety rules.
Map of our facilities
- Laboratories are indicated in red.
- Instrument rooms are indicated in green.
- Meeting rooms/common rooms are indicated in purple.