NEW: Clinician Scientist CareerS Münster
Flexible research funding for clinician scientists. The DFG funds the new program for research-oriented physicians.
PhD student gains funding for pilot project
KFO342 PhD student Josua Janowski, working in the group of Dr. Linda Brunotte, gains funding for a pilot project from the Cells in Motion Interfaculty Centre. Together with Rexford Mawunyo Dumevi from the working group of Prof. Alexander Mellmann he submitted the project “Mutations in the viral polymerase of HPIAV determine the production of aberrant viral RNA species that trigger overshooting immune responses.”
Work in Progress: YOuth Academy on UNrestrained Inflammation and OrGan Protection 2023
2nd place in the category “basis research”
PhD student Katharina Hellenthal receives award at the DAC 2022 for her abstract “Inhibition of procalcitonin signaling protects vascular barrier integrity in systemic inflammation”.
Andrea Olschewski takes on a new role
Andrea Olschewski was appointed as Member of the Commitee of Experts of the Excellence Strategy Germany and will therefore give up her position on the Scientific Advisory Board of KFO342 with immediate effect. She has actively supported the work of the Clinical Research Unit from the very beginning.
On behalf of all KFO members, the Management Board would like to thank her for support and the good cooperation.
Inflammation & Imaging Lecture, March 14th 2022
Prof. Andreas C. Hocke from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin will give a talk on 2022, March 14th at 1 pm. This session of the Inflammation & Imaging Lecture is hosted by KFO 342 “Organ dysfunction during systemic inflammation”.
Special Issue “The Maladaptive Immune Response in Innate and Adaptive Immunity During Systemic Inflammation”
Special Issue of “Cells” edited by Prof. A. Zarbock and Prof. J. Rossaint as Guest Editors.
2nd Inflammation & Imaging Symposium at the new Multiscale Imaging Centre
Save the date: 12-14 September 2022!
We cordially invite you to join this international symposium, jointly organized by the research networks CRC 1450, CRC 1009, CRC 1348, CRU 342, CRC/TR 128 and the Cells in Motion Interfaculty Centre at the University of Münster.
Inflammation & Imaging Lecture, January 10th 2022
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”.