Participation in “Cells in Motion”
- Cells in Motion Junior Research Group Leader
- Supervisor in the CiM-IMPRS Graduate Programme
As a scientist Dr Sebastian Rumpf likes to probe into questions that he finds interesting. With his research group he studies how neuronal extensions atrophy. One of his main aims is to impart to other people the pleasure he derives from his research work.
Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”
Kraemer R, Rode S, Rumpf S. Rab11 is required for neurite pruning and developmental membrane protein degradation in Drosophila sensory neurons. Dev Biol 2019;451: 68-78. Abstract Rumpf S, Wolterhoff N, Herzmann S. Functions of Microtubule Disassembly during Neurite Pruning. Trends Cell Biol 2019;29: 291-297. Abstract
Herzmann S, Gotzelmann I, Reekers L-F, Rumpf S. Spatial regulation of microtubule disruption during dendrite pruning in Drosophila. Development 2018;145: dev156950. Abstract Rode S, Ohm H, Anhauser L, Wagner M, Rosing M, Deng X, Sin O, Leidel SA, Storkebaum E, Rentmeister A, Zhu S, Rumpf S. Differential Requirement for Translation Initiation Factor Pathways during Ecdysone-Dependent Neuronal Remodeling in Drosophila. Cell Rep 2018;24: 2287-2299.e4. Abstract
Herzmann S, Krumkamp R, Rode S, Kintrup C, Rumpf S. PAR-1 promotes microtubule breakdown during dendrite pruning in Drosophila. EMBO J 2017;36: 1981-1991. Abstract Rode S, Ohm H, Zipfel J, Rumpf S. The spliceosome-associated protein Mfap1 binds to VCP in Drosophila. PLoS One 2017;12: e0183733. Abstract