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Brown-Bag Lunch: New Horizons in Experimental Medicine

Open network forum for young researchers by young researchers

Young researchers present their work to an interdisciplinary audience while having meal served in a 'brown-bag'.

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 in a 'brown-bag' is for free and no application necessary.

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13.12.2018 Laminin332-α3β1 Integrin interplay impact on stromal fibroblast differentiation
Ana Cláudia Martins Cavacao, biologist, Institute of Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry
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Christmas break
17.01.2019 S100A8/S100A9 regulates the migration of monocytes
Antonella Russo, biologist, Institute of Immunology
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24.01.2019 Communication via human chemosignals: Magnetoencephalographic correlates
Isabelle Klinkenberg, psychologist, Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis
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31.01.2019 Nanophotonic circuits for quantum information processing
Francesco Lenzini, physicist, Physics Institute
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07.02.2019 Computer vision in the wild: Animal tracking and mapping of natural environments
Benjamin Risse, computer scientist,  Institute of Computer Science
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14.02.2019 Local mechanisms of dendrite pruning in Drosophila sensory neurons
Rafael Krämer, biologist, Institute for Neuro- and Behavioural Biology
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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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