New project to develop super-resolution methods for studying RNA biology
In July Evelina Lučinskaitė has joined us to study RNA processing in the nucleus with super-resolution microscopy tools.
The project is a collaboration between the Soeller lab and the West lab at the Living Systems Institute. We have teamed up with Bristol based industry partner Bio-Techne (to some of you perhaps better known via its Tocris brand) who will supply us with custom made chemical biology marker tools for new live cell super-resolution methods.
We are very excited that Evelina has started on this exciting project with our project partners. We hope she will have a great experience here with us at the LSI.