Our first story on Shewanella phage Thanatos has been acctepted.
Great to see the efforts of so many PhD, BSc and Msc (side)projects finally come to life!
Fiona, Gesa and Leyla join the lab for their BSc thesis. All the best!
A little story (in plain German) on how bacteria may employ several flagellins to form a filament that works best under various conditions.
It even made the title of the latest issue of the Biospektrum.
The DFG will fund a priority program (SPP) on Phage biology!
Marco receives the VAAM PhD Award - Congrats Marco !!
Nicole joins the group for her PhD. Great to have you on the team, Nicole!
Vanessa starts her PhD. So great that you decided to stay with us!
Claudia joins the team for her MSc. Welcome Claudia!
Marco got promoted to Dr. Marco. Fantastic job, Marco - and all the best at your future home.
Leonie, Louisa, Sophie and Svenja have joined the lab for their BSc. Welcome!
Flo's and Tim's story on polar recruitment of PdeB by HubP has been elected as an articel of significant interest in the current issue of J. Bacteriol.
And even better on time for Christmas: Flo's and Tim's story on polar localization of a phosphodiesterase by a GGDEF domain and HubP has been accepted! Great collaboration with the Bange Lab.
Tabea starts her MSc. Welcome back, Tabea!
Marco's story on dual flagellin has been accepted for publication in Nature Communications!
Great work und thanks to all people involved, in particular our collaborators in Marburg and York! More soon.
Vanessa joins the lab for her MSc. Welcome Vanessa!
New life in the lab: Welcome to the BSc students Frederike, Kirsten, Lisa and Marie!
Summer-BBQ June 2018. The gang (+ watchdog Jake).
Our new team member Dirk joined the lab as an MSc student. Welcome Dirk!
Happy new year 2018
Welcome Isy, our new MSc student!
Welcome Meike, John, and Tim as new PhD students!
The figure of a screwing Shewanella cell was designed by the Ella Maru studio.
01.07.2017 - recommended by the Faculty of 1000
Have a look at the new book on methods dealing with bacterial flagella and flagella-mediated motility.
Congratulations, Dr. Rossmann!
Marco wins the 'Award for an Outstanding Talk by a Graduate Student' at this years's BLAST meeting in New Orleans. Great job, Marco!
The Thormann Lab goes online