No chance for hospital pathogens: Stefanie Kampmeier receives bioMérieux award for research on infection prevention
Stefanie Kampmeier, Principal Investigator of KFO 342 project #4 receives bioMérieux award at the annual meeting of the DGHM.
Joint Research Groups at the Faculty of Medicine initiate the female scientist network.
Our vision: Achieving academic success by networking and tailored support.
Four research networks at the University of Münster – CRC 1009, CRC 1450, CRU 342 and CRC/TR 128 – together with IZKF and CiM are organizing the first international “Inflammation and Imaging” symposium. 20 speakers from all over the word have agreed to come to Münster, and we are confident that the event can take place in presence. Registration for participation and poster presentations is open until 30 September 2021!
Prof. Katharina Landfester from the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz will give a talk on September, 13th at 1 pm. This session of the Inflammation & Imaging Lecture is hosted by “Women in Science” from CIM labs and the CRC 1450 “inSight – Multiscale imaging of organ-specific inflammation”.
CRU scientist Dr. Alexandros Rovas from pilot project PP1 receives the 2021 research award from the German Society of Medical Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DGIIN).