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RTG Co-Supervisor in the steering committee of the BMBF funded Project MESINFLAME

20 Oct, 2020
Funding obtained by the ‘Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung’ (BMBF): Two projects of an interdisciplinary research consortium “MESINFLAME” are performed at the Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology “Integrative preclinical strategies for targeting the local mesenchyme as a regulator of tissue specificity in inflammatory musculoskeletal disorders (IMDs)" – this is...

Dr. Konrad Aden was awarded the Martin-Gülzow-Price of the German Medical Society of Gastroenterology

21 Sep, 2020
Dr. Konrad Aden , co-supervisor of several doctoral researchers in Medicine of the RTG 1743, was awared the Martin-Günzow Price 2020 of the German Medical Society of Gastroenterology (DGVS Deutsche Gesellschaft für Gastoenterologie, Verdauungs- und Stoffwechselkrankheiten). He received the price for his fundamental and future-looking research "The metabolic function of...

Cluster Lecture: “Gut Feelings- Translational approaches to Studying the Role of the Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis in Modulating Brain & Behaviour

15 Sep, 2020
Cluster Lecture online High Profile Researchers connecting with the Cluster of Excellence Prof. John Cryan Department of Anatomy & Neuroscience University College Cork, Ireland More information and link to ZOOM-Webinar (available on September 15, 2020)

First large genome wide study – Team of RTG speaker identifys first gene variants associated with severe Covid-19

17 Jun, 2020
IKMB lab and analyst team, work group Prof. Dr. Andre Franke, © UKSH, photo: Maximilian Hermsen The ABO blood group is associated with severe Covid-19. Why do some people become severely ill of Covid-19, while others are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms? One answer could be found in the different...

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