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Clearly explained - Spatial Multi-Omics Phenotyping of Intestinal Tissue in Ulcerative Colitis

12 Nov, 2021
Together with his colleagues Joana P. Bernardes and Archana Bhardwaj from the Systems Immunology Group of the Institute of Clinical Molecular Biology (IKMB) Florian Tran , a former doctoral researcher in Medicine at the RTG 1743, is currently developing novel analysis methods for IBD tissues. The scientists got the funding...

Host factors shaping the microbiome - is there evidence for the blood group diet?

4 Oct, 2021
Talk of Andre Franke , head of the research group Genetics & Bioinformatics, IKMB, speaker of the DFG Research Training Group RTG 1743 Genes, Environment and Inflammation, at the Scientific Symposium of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährung e.V. in Bonn on 29 th September, 2021. The US-American naturopath Dr. med...

IKMB contributing to scientific public outreach with the Pint of Science initiative

23 Sep, 2021
Audience Lille Brauerei Pint of Science (PoS) is a science communication and public outreach initiative born in 2012 in the UK, and by now present in more than 400 cities worldwide. Through PoS events, scientists bring their research outside research institutions to more informal environments. The initiative landed in Kiel...

Berchtesgaden Microbiome Science Days 2021 – intense exchange between basic scientists, translational researchers and clinicians

23 Sep, 2021
Participants Microbiome Science Days 2021, copyright: IKMB Berchtesgaden, 10-12 September, 2021 The Institute of Clinical Molecular Biology (IKMB) hosts since 2016 the high-profile annual microbiome symposium Berchtesgaden Microbiome Science Days (BMSD). The recent hype in microbiome-disease relationships has made this a highly visible topic from basic science to clinical scientific...

Dorothea Erxleben Awards 2021 – two prices for scientists of the RTG 1743

30 Aug, 2021
Dorothea-Erxleben-Awardees 2021, from left to right: Dr. Julia Pagel, Prof. Dr. Petra Bacher, Dr. Corinna Bang, © C. Kloodt / Exzellenzcluster PMI, Uni Kiel On 30 th August, 2021 the Cluster of Excellence Precision Medicine in Chronic Inflammation PMI awards three highly endowed Dorothea Erxleben Female Investigator Awards (1x 100,000...

Pint of Science in Kiel

28 Aug, 2021
Pint of Science reaches Kiel - experience a new format to convey scientific content to the public. Pint of Science – What is that? Pint of Science is an annual, world-wide science festival that aims to communicate contemporary scientific developments to the public by bringing scientists to pubs (or cinemas)...

DFG - How-to guide for individual grants

3 Aug, 2021
The German Research Association (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG) has updated the guide for applications for individual grants. The information focuses on the following four programmes: Walter Benjamin Programme, Emmy Noether Programme, Heisenberg Programme and Individual Research Grants Programme. Much of the information and advice also applies to other DFG programmes, however...

Frontiers in Microbiome Research - 15-18 August, 2021 in Denmark

1 Jun, 2021
At Frontiers in Microbiome Research, we are aiming at training promising PhD candidates via a highly integrative, interdisciplinary approach. Approximately 50 young researchers will convene to discuss and network with fellow students as well as high-ranking, established senior scientists in different fields of microbiome research in relation to metabolic and...

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