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Protein Trafficking and Organelle Dynamics Interest Group

The goal of the Protein Trafficking and Organelle Dynamics Interest Group is to promote interaction between Institutes and laboratories studying protein trafficking and organelle dynamics. Current areas of research interest include protein biogenesis and quality control, protein translocation across membranes, protein transport between organelles, membrane/lipid dynamics, endocytosis and exocytosis, organelle biogenesis and turnover, membrane contact sites, autophagy, pathogen membrane interaction, cytoskeleton dynamics, and membrane fusion.The interest Group organizes monthly meetings featuring presentations by senior fellows or PIs on well-developed research projects on campus. The interest group also frequently invites well-established scientists in related fields to discuss their new exciting findings.

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