Dr. Seyed Amir Hamze Beati

Research Interest
Since September 2016 I have moved back to Germany to start as a junior group leader at the University of Kassel. I combine quantitative mass spectrometry with molecular cell biology to identify substrates of distinct protein kinases. In particular I am interested in the dynamic interaction of polarity complexes controlled by phosphorylation, which is a fundamental prerequisite to control the proper function of epithelial tissues during development. The mass spectrometry analyses are carried out in the Fingerprints Facility of the School of Life Sciences in Dundee.

Work Experience

Nachwuchsgruppenleiter an der Universität Kassel, FG Entwicklungsgenetik

11/2013 - 08/2016
Postdoktorand am College of Life Sciences, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology an der University of Dundee, UK

04/2013 - 10/2013
Postdoktorand in der Abteilung für Anatomie und Zellbiologie / Stammzellbiologie

08/2009 - 03/2013
Promotionsstudium in der Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences, Biophysics, and Molecular Biosciences (GGNB) in der Abteilung für Anatomie und Zellbiologie / Stammzellbiologie Titel der Doktorarbeit: „Functional analysis of the Drosophila gene smallish“

10/2004 - 06/2009
Diplom Studium der Biologie an der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Titel der Diplomarbeit: “Die Rolle der Bazooka-CG31534 Interaktion bei der Etablierung der Zellpolarität in Drosophila melanogaster“

Memberships and non-academic activities

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zellbiologie (DGZ)

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Entwicklungsbiologie (GfE)

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