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Thu, 22/06/2017
CSF diagnostics in neurodegenerative diseases
Munich. Prof. Markus Otto from the Department of Neurology Ulm is invited speaker at the neurocolloquium Munich. Prof. Otto is head of the scientific working group on neurochemistry and neurodegeneration at Ulm University and expert on neurochemical diagnosis of neurodegenerative disease (14-3-3, Tau-protein, Abeta-Peptides, S-100B, H-FABP, alpha synuclein) as well as head of a sample […]...more
Wed, 07/06/2017
Mechanisms of neural stem cell homeostasis in human brain organoids
Mainz. Dr. Jay Gopalakrishnan from the University of Cologne is an emerging leader in the field of brain development and microcephaly. He has been invited by SFB scientist Prof. Rajalingam as guest at the joint MSU/FTN seminar and will present his work in a lecture on “Mechanisms of neural stem cell homeostasis in human brain […]...more
Mon, 29/05/2017
International Symposium “Cells in Motion: Pattern formation in space and time”
Muenster. For the second time, the Cluster of Excellence “Cells in Motion” (CiM) hosts an international symposium. In interdisciplinary sessions and talks, international top class scientists will present their current research questions and findings. The list of speakers comprises experts from chemistry, mathematics, physics, biology and medicine, going beyond the boundaries of specialized fields and […]...more


Thu, 20/04/2017 | Cardiac regeneration: from Zebrafish to mammals

Muenster. At the lecture series “Piomeers in Cell Dynamic and Imaging” international guests as well as scientists from the Cells-in-Motion Cluster of Excellence and the biomedical Collaborative Research Centres of the University of Münster present their most recent scientific advances in basic and translational research. In April, Felix Engel, Professor for Experimental Renal and Cardiovascular Research at Erlangen University talks about “Cardiac regeneration: from zebrafish to mammals”

When?: Monday, April 24, 5:00 PM

Where?: lecture hall, Institute of Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry, Waldeyerstraße 15, Münster.