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Brownbag-Lunch: New Horizons in Experimental Medicine

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In entspannter Atmosphäre – beim Mittagessen aus einem "Brownbag" – präsentieren junge Forscherinnen und Forscher einem interdisziplinären Publikum ihre Arbeit. 

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Donnerstags von 12:00 bis 13:00 Uhr im Universitätsklinikum Münster (Ebene 05 Ost, Konferenzraum 403). Das Mittagessen im "Brownbag" ist kostenlos, eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich.

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Sommerpause
12.10.2017 How do animals "know" when to regenerate? Insights from planarians and zebrafish
Suthira Owlarn, biologist, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
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19.10.2017 Peripheral nervous system mechanobiology
Gonzalo Rosso Vera, biologist, Biotechnology Center, TU Dresden
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26.10.2017 Mechanism and dynamics of epithelial tricellular junction assembly
Manuel Hollmann, biologist, Institute of Neuro- and Behavioural Biology
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02.11.2017 The Janus-faced role of presynaptic mitochondria - from ATP to Calcium
Martin Kahms, biochemist, Institute of Medical Physics and Biophysics
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09.11.2017 Fusion protein-driven signaling as therapeutic target in soft tissue tumors
Marcel Trautmann, molecular pathologist, Gerhard-Domagk-Institute of Pathology
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16.11.2017 Evaluation of ET receptor expression during atherosclerotic plaque formation
Miriam Stölting, biologist, Department of Clinical Radiology
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23.11.2017 3D chromatin architecture during zygotic genome activation
Clemens Kug, biologist, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
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30.11.2017 A dynamic force balance defines cell shape during development
Amrita Singh, biologist, Institute of Cell Biology
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07.12.2017 Polarization-resolved coherent Raman spectroscopy
Thomas Würthwein, physicist, Institute of Applied Physics
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14.12.2017 Cell polarity in health and disease
Michael Krahn, veterinarian, Medical Clinic D
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Christmas break
11.01.2018 Identification of features in the environment influencing single-cell migration in vivo
Lena Frerking, mathematician, Institute for Applied Mathematics: Analysis and Numerics
Łukasz Truszkowski, biologist, Institute of Cell Biology
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18.01.2018 Chemo-enzymatic labeling of the mRNA 5'-cap
Fabian Muttach, biologist, Institute of Biochemistry
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25.01.2018 Annexin A5 on male fertility
Heloisa Lopes Lavorato, biomedical scientist, Centre of Reproductive Medicine and Andrology
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01.02.2018 Coronary EphB4 protects the heart from hypertrophy and worse. Two points of view.
Noelia Diaz, biologist, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
Guillermo de Luxán, biologist, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
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15.02.2018 Mass spectrometry imaging of brain tumors after fluorescence-guided resection
Sabrina Kröger, chemist, Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
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22.02.2018 Brain computer interfaces for absence seizure interruption and prevention
Annika Lüttjohann, biological psychologist, Institute of Physiology I
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