The Cells in Motion (CiM) Interfaculty Centre brings together and supports researchers from medicine, biology, chemistry, pharmacy, mathematics, computer science and physics who join forces to work on a big topic: They investigate how cells behave in organisms. To this end, they employ and develop innovative imaging methods. Our interfaculty network is the centrepiece of the University of Münster’s research focus in “cell dynamics, inflammation and imaging”.

We are looking for a team assistant!

The Cells in Motion Interfaculty Center is seeking to fill the position of Team Assistant. We look forward to receiving your application by 15 July 2024.

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New long-term microscopy method shows distinctive feature of bone healing in the skull

Researchers working with biochemist Prof. Ralf Adams have used a highly specialized laser microscope to observe the healing of skull bone and the growth of new blood vessels without co-migrating bone precursor cells in mice. They identified differences to the healing of long bones. The study was carried out in collaboration with trauma surgeon Prof. Richard Stange's team and was published in Nature Communications.