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4DCP Symposium | October 12 - 14, 2022

This exciting kick-off symposium will be held in a hybrid format, with onsite participation by our current and incoming 4DCP Lab Heads, our 4DCP Advisory Board, members of the wider Janelia community, and junior and senior researchers from around the world working in related areas.

We encourage applications from trainees, particularly graduate students, who are interested in 4DCP-related research areas and would like to join us in-person and present a poster. 

Application deadline: August 19 (5 p.m. ET)

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Janelia Announces Group Leaders for 4DCP

New labs join Janelia’s 4D Cellular Physiology research program, to be led by Janelia Senior Group Leader Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz. Her research on the machinery inside cells has led to novel insights about the dynamics of cells and their organelles. Lippincott-Schwartz, who previously served as interim head of 4DCP, has been a senior group leader at Janelia since 2016.

Meet the 4DCP Scientists

Two senior group leaders and six group leaders will play key roles in shaping the science and intellectual culture of the new research area. They will lead small research teams and collaborate with Janelia’s current research scientists, tool builders, and experts in microscopy, computation and theory to bridge the fields of cell biology and physiology.

 

 

Past 4DCP Workshops

Janelia held a series of workshops that explored open questions, exciting challenges, and barriers in need of new tools for understanding how cells give rise to tissue-level functions.

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