Due to the exceptional situation caused by the corona pandemic all events of the CRC 1192 are cancelled until further notice.
Ms. Becker (AG Turner) will present her project with the title: "Tissue adaptation of ILC2s is determined by the tissue microenvironment" at our upcoming lab meeting.
We are pleased to announce that two new publications from our project groups A1 and A6 have been accepted by Front Immunol.
At our lab meeting today at 2 pm in Campus Research (N27), ground floor room 14, Mr. Mittrücker will present subproject A4 with the title: "Renal T cells".
We are pleased to announce that a new publication of our two subgroups B8 and B9 has been accepted by Cells.
There is a new publication in Hypertension available by our subgroup B7 of the first funding period of the CRC.
The new iteration of the research training group "Mechanisms of Immune-Mediated Tissue injury“ and of the Else Kröner-Fresenius foundation will start on the 1st April 2020.
We are glad to announce another guest lecture. We welcome Ms. Bröker from the University of Greifswald and are eager to hear her talk about "Staphylococcus aureus, multifaceted interactions with the adaptive immune system".
We are pleased to inform you that the following publication, a cooperation of the projects B2, B3, B5 and B6, has been accepted by Kidney International.
There will be interesting papers presented at our upcoming journal clubs in December . Alexandra Linke will start on the 2nd December, followed by Vinh Luu on the 16th December.
Ms. Seifert will talk about the project B2 and "THSD7A-associated MN: from antibody binding sites to new disease models – a three year PhD journey" at our next lab meeting.
The Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 1192 "Immune-Mediated Glomerular Diseases" of the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) will be funded for another four years.
We are happy to announce another exciting guest lecture. Ms. Prof. Renata Pasqualini from New Jersey will give a talk a about ''Ligand-directed Targeting & Molecular Imaging in Cancer and Obesity’’.
At the upcoming lab meeting of the CRC 1192 Mr. Zhao will talk about the project C3 as well as about ''High-dimensional single cell profiling in immune-mediated glomerular diseases''.
We will have two journal clubs in November. Lennart Robben will start and present latest publications on the 4th November, followed by Jennie von der Heide later at the 18th November.
At our next lab meeting of the CRC, Mr. Prof. Koch-Nolte and Ms. Dr. Wanner will talk about the project B5 as well as "Nanobody-based treatment strategies in glomerulonephritis".
We are happy to have Mr. Dietmar Zaiss from the University of Edingburgh with us, who is going to talk about: ’’Crosstalk between the EGFR and TGFbeta as a regulator of local inflammation’’.
Mr. Asada will talk about project A1 (Panzer) about: "Translational regulation in poised Th17 cells via stress granules" in the upcoming lab meeting of the CRC 1192.
We congratulate Priv.-Doz. Dr. Elion Hoxha, who was included in the Heisenberg program of the DFG for his outstanding scientific achievements and future projects.
We are glad to announce, that we have another guest lecture on the 18th October. Mr. Prof. Mark Cooper (Monash University) will join us and will talk about "Uncomplicating diabetes".