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Dr Neha Chauhan

// studied biology at the University of Bangalore, India

// On graduating, she worked as a research assistant in Professor Rajasekharan’s lab at the Department of Biochemistry in the Indian Institute of Sciences in Bangalore, India

// In 2004, she obtained her doctorate within the “Molecular Enzymology” PhD programme in the Kohlwein lab at the University of Graz

// From 2012?–?2013, she spent several months abroad as a guest researcher at the Department of Biochemistry at the ­Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, USA (Teresa Dunn lab)

// Neha Chauhan is currently conducting post-doctoral research in the Kohlwein lab on the physiological role of lipid metabolism during cell division

Contact: laborundmore@succidia.de

The critical role of fatty acid channeling between membrane and storage lipids

When lipid meta­bolism breaks down - von Prof. Dr Sepp D. Kohlwein, Dr Neha Chauhan, Dr Harald F. Hofbauer

Although as thin as the skin of a soap bubble, they are nonetheless vitally ­important. Biological membranes, 10,000 times thinner than a human hair, ­form a physiological barrier to all the cells in our body and are thus responsible for mediating exchanges between the cell interior and the external environment. Minor changes to their composition, such as those involved in lipid meta­bolism disorders, can have fatal consequences for events within...