Who we are

Across all four sites, our leading neurologists have a neuroimmunological focus and are embedded in strong neuroscientific and immunological communities.  In addition, each site makes its own specific contributions to the initiative.  Leading the research at each of these sites are:

  • Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network: Stefan Bittner, Tobias Bopp, Sergiu Groppa, Helmut Jonuleit, Jonathan Kipnis, Detlef Schuppan,  Albrecht Stroh, Jacky Trotter, Ari Waisman, Nina Wettschureck and Frauke Zipp
  • Munich neuroimmunologists: Klaus Dornmair, Bernhard Hemmer, Reinhard Hohlfeld, Naoto Kawakami, Martin Kerschensteiner, Thomas Korn , Gurumoorthy Krishnamoorthy, Klaus Lehmann-Horn, Edgar Meinl and Mikael Simons
  • Münster Center: Thomas Budde, Catharina Groß, Luisa Klotz, Tanja Kuhlmann, Karin Loser, Sven Meuth, Hans-Christian Pape, Michael Schäfers, Nicholas Schwab, Lydia Sorokin, Heinz Wiendl and Alexander Zarbock
  • Bochum Center: Ralf Gold and Aiden Haghikia

News

Thu, 20/04/2017
International Symposium 2017: SFB Junior Researchers Present their Projects
Muenster. For the second time, the Cluster of Excellence “Cells in Motion” 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 specialised fields and reflecting […]...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 […]...more
Thu, 20/04/2017
Spotlight on Formyl Peptide Chemoattractant Receptors
Muenster. The CRC Breaking Barriers: Immune cells and pathogens at cell / matrix barriers cordially invites interested audience to attend its upcoming Jour-Fixe Meeting. SFB scientists Ursula Rescher and Volker Gerkewill talk about Formyl peptide chemoattractant receptors in leukocyte activation and trans-endothelial migration. When?: Monday, April 24, 1:00 PM Where?: Lecture Hall, Department of Dermatology, […]...more