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Brown-Bag Lunch: New Horizons in Experimental Medicine

For junior researchers by junior researchers!

In an informal atmosphere, junior researchers present their current projects and exchange ideas with colleagues from different disciplines while having sandwiches and fruit. Further topics include information and tips on funding opportunities and scientific careers. The "brown-bag" – the bag used for a packed lunch – stands as a symbol for this lunchtime meeting. The relaxed setting should encourage lively discussions and creative thought-provoking impulses, and it should enable participants to make contacts for joint projects. Everybody interested is welcome to come! Lunch is for free.

Topics and Dates

On Thursdays 12:00 to 13:00 at the University Hospital Münster (level 05 East, conference room 403).

Present your research! If you would like to use the chance to present your work in a friendly atmosphere, please contact Dr. Sebastian Rumpf.

24.10.2019 Holey (carbon) support films based on water droplet templating
Philipp Selenschik, biologist, Institute of Medical Physics and Biophysics
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31.10.2019 A biomimetic platform mimicking the implantation site of mouse embryos
Niraimathi Govindasamy, biologist, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
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07.11.2019 Cytoskeletal regulation during dendrite pruning in Drosophila
Neele Wolterhoff, biologist, Institute for Neurobiology and Behavioural Biology
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14.11.2019 Lipids on a lattice - unraveling cholesterol’s unique properties
Fabian Keller, chemist, Institute of Physical Chemistry
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21.11.2019 Nanophotonic detectors for imaging with ultimate sensitivity
Carsten Schuck, physicist, Physics Institute, Center for NanoTechnology (CeNTech) and Center for Soft Nanoscience (SoN)
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28.11.2019 CREB is essential in the tumor biology of synovial sarcoma & myxoid liposarcoma
Magdalene Alice Cyra, biologist, Gerhard-Domagk-Institute of Pathology
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05.12.2019 A link between zebrafish development and human pathology in lymphatics
Guangxia Wang, biologist, Institute for Cardiovascular Organogenesis and Regeneration
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12.12.2019 Redefining the heterogeneity of peripheral nerve cells in health and autoimmunity
Jolien Wolbert, immunologist, Department of Neurology
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19.12.2019 Characterization of ion channels in pancreatic islets with microelectrode arrays
Anne Gresch, biologist, Institute of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry
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16.01.2020 kB-Ras GTPases as tumor suppressors in pancreatic cancer
Andrea Oeckinghaus, biochemist, Institute of Molecular Tumor Biology
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23.01.2020 Controling bacterial communities using photoswitchable bacteria-bacteria adhesions
Fei Chen, chemist, Institute for Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry
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30.01.2020 Regulation of testicular cell gene expression in fertile and infertile patients
Sara Di Persio, biologist, Centre of Reproductive Medicine and Andrology (CeRA)
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06.02.2020 The role of RNases of Yersinia for the infection process
Ines Vollmer, microbiologist, Institute of Infectiology
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13.02.2020 Regulation of small GTPases in physiology and pathology
Daniel Kümmel, biochemist, Institute of Biochemistry
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20.02.2020 In vivo imaging of immune cell-endothelium interactions in the brain
Lisa Zondler, biologist, Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine
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