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1st Inflammation & Imaging Symposium, 2 to 4 November 2021

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!

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Invited lecture, September, 21st

The September meeting of the Clinical Research Unit will take place via zoom.
Prof. Dr. Michael Bauer from the Jena Center of Soft Matters will talk about “Nano goes ICU – Overcoming limitations for the treatment of organ failure”.

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Invited lecture, November 30th

The November meeting of the Clinical Research Unit will take place via zoom.
Prof. Eric Schmidt, MD will talk about “The role of the epithelial glycocalyx on ARDS pathogenesis”

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Invited lecture, June 14th

Prof Sussan Nourshargh will talk about “Neutrophil breaching of venular endothelium: Mechanisms and consequences of 2-way trafficking”

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Invited lecture, May 18th

The May meeting of the Clinical Research Unit will take place via zoom. Prof. Tom van der Poll, PhD will talk about “Coagulation in sepsis and COVID-19”.

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Invited Lecture, March 24th

The March meeting of the Clinical Research Unit will take place via zoom.
Prof. Dr. med. Susanne Herold, PhD will talk about “Lung organoid modeling and beyond: insights into mechanisms of stem cell-mediated alveolar repair after viral injury”.

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Inflammation & Imaging Lecture

We meet twice a month. On the 2nd Monday of the month, we invite renowned international colleagues to present their most recent research results in Münster (invited talks). On the 4th Monday of the month, members of our networks present results from their individual projects and high-potential research concepts across scientific disciplines and networks (flashlight talks)

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