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Immunotherapy Seminar - aspects of clinical translation

Date:28.02.2017, 15:00 - 16:00
Speaker: Michael Bachmann
Location: CRTD, Seminar room 3 & 4

UniStem Day 2017

Date:17.03.2017, 09:00 - 15:10
Location: CRTD
Host: Maren Henneken, Carolin Noack

How to Make a Neuron

CRTD External Seminar

Date:20.03.2017, 11:00 - 12:00
Speaker: Prof. Marius Wernig (Stanford University, School of Medicine)
Location: CRTD, Auditorium left
Host: Volker Busskamp
Category: General


Immunotherapy Seminar - aspects of clinical translation

Date:21.03.2017, 15:00 - 16:00
Speaker: Armin Ehninger
Location: CRTD, Seminar room 3 & 4

The Fat and the Fly - How do dietary lipids modulate the Drosophila behavior?

Biologisches Kolloquium der Fachrichtung Biologie

Date:21.03.2017, 17:00 - 18:00
Speaker: Marko Brankatschk (BIOTEC)
Location: Biology Buildg (Zellescher Weg 20b), Room E33
Host: Prof. Klaus Reinhardt

How hearing happens: molecular physiology and optogenetic restoration

CRTD External Seminar

Date:31.03.2017, 11:00 - 12:00
Speaker: Prof. Tobias Moser (University Goettingen, Medical Center)
Location: CRTD, Auditorium left
Host: Volker Busskamp

About the research of Prof. Moser:

Auditory Neuroscience - Synaptic Physiology and Pathophysiology – Neuroprosthetics

Our work focuses on the molecular physiology and pathophysiology of sound encoding at the hair cell ribbon synapse and its restoration. We have physiologically and morphologically characterized synapses of wild-type and mutant mice with defects in hair cell synaptic coding from the molecular to the systems level. This way we have contributed to the understanding of structure and function of the hair cell ribbon synapse and initiated the concept of auditory synaptopathy. Molecular dissection and detailed physiological characterization of ribbon synapse function employ a spectrum of molecular, biophysical and physiological techniques. Towards restoration of hearing we develop optogenetic stimulation of cochlea for future optogenetic cochlear implant and gene replacement therapy.

Category: General

Girls'Day 2017

Date:27.04.2017, 10:00 - 12:15
Location: CRTD, Seminarraum 3
Host: Franziska Clauß, Carolin Noack

2nd joint meeting of the EASD - Islet Study Group and the Beta Cell Workshop

Date:07.05.2017, 09:00 - 10.05.2017, 18:00
Location: Westin Bellevue, Dresden, Germany
Host: Michele Solimena

This conference will provide an inspiring program, covering a wide spectrum of topics in the field of islet biology, i.e. beta cell development, maturation and regeneration, beta cell function, genetics & epigenetics of beta cells, beta cell therapy and beta cell interaction with immune cells. Leaders in the field, rising stars as well as postdocs and students will come together to exchange their latest findings and ideas in order to foster progress and networking in this research area.

For the online registration please refer to the following web link: https://www.intercom-dresden.de/secure/conreg_bcw2017/ (End of early-bird registration is March 3rd, 2017)

We warmly encourage you to actively attend the workshop by submitting an abstract on your latest advances in the field of islet biology and diabetes. Among the accepted abstracts, 8-10 will be selected for a short oral talk, while all others will be eligible for one of several poster awards. Abstracts can be submitted using the following web link: www.intercom-dresden.de/contxt/bcw2017. (Submission deadline: January 31st, 2017)

Dresden, the Florence on the Elbe, is synonym for art and culture. The Saxon capital offers cultural treasures of European rank, world-famous art collections and also a lively music and theatre scene. Architectural jewels blend into a charming natural landscape and the rich variety of cultural activities characterizes the proud and creative atmosphere in this 800-year-old Baroque town. We encourage you to take this opportunity and benefit from an exciting meeting, an attractive social program and a chance to visit one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in Germany at a most pleasant season of the year.

All further information concerning our workshop as well as the web links to the registration and abstract submission system can also be found on our conference webpage https://www.helmholtz-muenchen.de/bcw-isg-2017. On behalf of the International and Local Organizing Committees we look forward to welcoming you in Dresden in 2017.

Michele Solimena

Cell therapy with umbilical cord-derived MSCs in a non-human primate model of extreme prematurity

Immunotherapy Seminar - aspects of clinical translation

Date:30.05.2017, 15:00 - 16:00
Speaker: Marius Möbius
Location: CRTD, Seminar room 3 & 4


Immunotherapy Seminar - aspects of clinical translation

Date:29.08.2017, 15:00 - 16:00
Speaker: Ezio Bonifacio
Location: CRTD, Seminar room 3 & 4


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