FMI 2022 Year in Review
In 2022, life at the FMI snapped back into pre-pandemic normality — a normality where our institute is buzzing and people are meeting in person, where scientific and social events play a prime role, and where visitors of all ages are welcome. As always, our scientists were focused on delivering innovative and impactful science, publishing over 100 studies and receiving various prizes.
In this interactive PDF — which will also be printed — we highlight key FMI 2022 events and projects, as well as a few of our scientific publications. We also feature the list of award, grant and fellowship winners 2022, as well as the scientists who presented their thesis.
About the FMI
The Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI), based in Basel, Switzerland, is a world-class biomedical research institute, affiliated with the University of Basel and the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research.
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Epigenetic mechanisms in early mammalian development
HP1 proteins regulate nucleolar structure and function by secluding pericentromeric constitutive heterochromatin.
Differential phosphorylation of Clr4(SUV39H) by Cdk1 accompanies a histone H3 methylation switch that is essential for gametogenesis.