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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.

Present your research!

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

The best ideas come in discussions with others!

The university magazine living|knowledge reports about how the Brown-Bag Lunch brings together scientists in basic and clinical research. more (German)

Topics and Dates

On Thursdays 12:00 to 13:00 at the University Hospital Münster (Ebene 05 Ost, Konferenzraum 403). Lunch is for free and no application necessary.

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21.02.2019 Functional consequences of de- and remyelination in the CNS
Manuela Cerina, biologist, Department of Neurology
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07.03.2019 SS18-SSX-induced YAP/TAZ signaling is a therapeutic target in synovial sarcoma
Ilka Isfort, biologist, Gerhard-Domagk-Institute of Pathology
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14.03.2019 Optoacoustic imaging of inflammatory activity in rheumatoid arthritis in mice
Alexa Hasenbach, biologist, European Institute for Molecular Imaging
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21.03.2019 Integration of temperature and circadian input in sleep onset in Drosophila
Angélique Lamaze, biologist, Institute for Neuro- and Behavioural Biology
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28.03.2019 Photofunctional transition metal complexes: photosensitization and bioimaging
Iván Maisuls, biologist, Center for Nanotechnology
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04.04.2019 Environmental pH and mechanical stress orchestrate pancreatic stellate cell activation
Zoltan Pethö, physician, Institute of Physiology II
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11.04.2019 Unravelling the dynamics of endocytic actors using TIRFM-amenable synapses
Sai Krishnan, biologist, Institute of Medical Physics and Biophysics
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09.05.2019 Münster imaging network: a central node for microscopy
Thomas Zobel, Coordinator Imaging Network, Cells in Motion Interfaculty Centre
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16.05.2019 Membrane dynamics and cell mechanics during epithelial tube fusion
Carolina Camelo, biologist, Institute for Neuro- and Behavioural Biology
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23.05.2019 Macromolecular uptake via scavenger endothelial (-like) cells in the zebrafish embryo
Yvonne Padberg, biologist, Institute for Cardiovascular Organogenesis and Regeneration
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06.06.2019 Integrin α2β1 mediates structural differences in murine tendon
Daniel Kronenberg, biologist, Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine
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13.06.2019 In vivo imaging of tumor promoting S100A9 within the tumor microenvironment
Anne Helfen, physician, Institute of Clinical Radiology
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27.06.2019 Tumor cell imaging targeting KCa3.1? A feasibility study with labeled ligands
Kathrin Brömmel, pharmacist, Institute of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry
Christian Paul Konken, chemist, Department of Nuclear Medicine
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04.07.2019 In vivo imaging of human monocytes in murine myocardial infarction
Janette Iking, biologist, Department of Cardiology I
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11.07.2019 Human lung explants: a model for influenza infection and antivirals investigation
Aline Matos, biologist, Institute of Molecular Virology
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Summer break