Thanks to all those who attended the CRC Retreat in Munich in May. As well as having great weather, there were also excellent scientific talks and lively discussion during the poster session and in the Biergarten afterwards.

Special thanks go to the organizer Jutta Marks, who did a fantastic job in making this such an enjoyable meeting for all concerned.

Retreat Munich 2014

Thank you to all those who attended the skills workshop “Career Options in Academia and Beyond” on 18.12.2013 in Frankfurt. (more…)

Thank you to all who attended the CRC Retreat in Münster on 28-29.11.2013. It provided a great opportunity for CRC members to meet and be updated on the progress of all research projects with lively poster sessions, interesting talks and stimulating discussion. (more…)

Thanks to all who participated in the videoconference of Prof. Gold’s talk in Mainz on 10.12.2013. (more…)

 

On Thursday 21.11.2013, we successfully used our new videoconferencing equipment here in Mainz to watch Prof. Hartmut Wekerle give a very interesting talk in München. Thanks to all those who helped to make this technically possible. (more…)

Bittner et al’s paper entitled Endothelial TWIK-related potassium channel-1 (TREK1) regulates immune-cell trafficking into the CNS published in Nature Medicine is now available to be viewed here.

News

Tue, 28/06/2022
CRC Retreat in Münster
Muenster. After a long pause, more than 90 participants of the CRC joined in Muenster Factory Hotel to update on the latest developments. We heard the most recent on a selection of the CRC projects and there was also plenty of time for fruitful discussion and socializing in the evening....more
Mon, 23/05/2022
EU Research Council awards Lydia Sorokin Advanced Grant
Münster – The biochemist and Principal investigator of the CRC 128 Prof. Dr. Lydia Sorokin has received the coveted “Advanced Grant” awarded by the European Research Council (ERC). The funding of ca. 2.3 million euros enables the realisation of outstanding research projects. Lydia Sorokin heads the Institute for Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry at Muenster University. […]...more
Wed, 19/01/2022
One drug – different effects: Metabolism of immune cells influences mode of action and could be an indicator for side effects
Muenster – One person can eat large amounts of pasta and still be a small dress size while another looks at a piece of chocolate and puts on weight: metabolism varies between individuals – and this goes beyond a subjective feeling. What is apparent in the overall organism also applies to each cell: the metabolism […]...more