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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

    Corona – current note: In order to have planning security in times of Corona, our meetings are currently held online via Zoom. However, we are looking forward to having an inspiring time in a relaxed atmosphere. Feel free to enjoy your lunch during the meeting! Please request a password early enough for the sessions you would like to attend (via cim@uni-muenster.de indicating your name and institution).

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

    15.10.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Dynamic remodeling of cell vertices in the Drosophila follicle epithelium
    Jone Isasti Sanchez, biotechnologist, Institute for Neurobiology and Behavioural Biology
    22.10.2020 blocked
    29.10.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Pressure-driven dynamics of the onset of invasion in 3D cancer spheroids
    Swetha Raghuraman, biologist, Institute of Cell Biology
    05.11.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    How the microbiota impinge on immune tolerance
    Martin Kriegel, physician, Institute for Musculoskeletal Medicine, Section of Translational Rheumatology
    12.11.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Membrane stress induces T6SS-activity in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    Anne-Sophie Stolle, biologist, Institute of Infectiology
    19.11.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Glycolytically impaired glia mobilize lipids to maintain brain function
    Helen Hertenstein, biologist, Institute for Neurobiology and Behavioural Biology
    26.11.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    tba
    Carlos Silvestre-Roig, biologist, Institute for Cardiovascular Prevention (Munich)
    03.12.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    tba
    Hatice Özge Özgüldez, biologist, Embryonic Self-Organization Lab
    10.12.2020
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Deep characterization of CNS-specific Th17-B cell interactions in EAE
    Maike Hartlehnert, biologist, Department of Neurology
    17.12.2020 tba
    Christmas break
    14.01.2021 tba
    21.01.2021
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Modulation of host defense processes by Yersinia
    Petra Dersch, biologist, Institute of Infectiology
    28.01.2021
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Regulation of planar cell polarity in endothelial cells by mechanical strain
    Lieke Golbach, biologist, Institute of Cell Biology
    04.02.2021
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    The role of tetraspanner proteins in yeast plasma membrane organization
    Daniel Haase, biologist, Institute of Cell Dynamics and Imaging
    11.02.2021
    12:00-13:00
    Cyber edition
    Genetic causes of male infertility
    Corinna Friedrich, biologist, Institute for Human Genetics