Prof. Tamotsu Yoshimori wins a Human Frontier Science Program grant.
Prof. Tamotsu Yoshimori has been awarded a grant from the Human Frontier Science Program for his application “The physical basis of autophagosome biogenesis”. HFSP grants are given to international research that aim to elucidate critical biological functions in humans. Prof. Yoshimori’s project aims to elucidate the mechanism of autophagosome biosynthesis.
Other researchers listed in the grant include Prof. James H. Hurley (UC Berkeley, U.S.), Prof. Gerhard Hummer (Max Plank Institutes, Germany), and Assoc. Prof. Sascha Martens (Max F. Perutz Laboratories, Austria).
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