Multiscale Molecular Imaging Lecture

On Tuesdays at 5:15 p.m. at the lecture hall Waldeyerstraße 15, Münster

Upcoming topics and dates

Past topics and dates

29./30.06.2017 Molecular Cardiovascular Imaging Symposium
Final Symposium of Collaborative Research Centre 656
15.05.2017 Regulation of matrix metalloproteinase trafficking at macrophage podosomes
Stefan Linder, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg/Germany
20.03.2017 Intravital imaging of (cancer) stem cell plasticity
Jacco van Rheenen, Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht/Netherlands
13.02.2017 CaLIPSO: A novel detector concept for high-resolution positron emission tomography using heavy organometallic liquids
Dominique Yvon, Paris/France
07.02.2017 Photodynamic therapy using protein carriers
Cristiano Viappiani, Parma/Italy
23.01.2017 MR imaging of vascular remodelling in transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer`s disease
Jan Klohs, Zürich/Switzerland
09.01.2017 Chemokine-guided migration of cortical interneurons depends on CXCR7 phosphorylation but not on ß-Arrestins
Ralf Stumm, Jena/Germany
06.12.2016 Theranostic applications of light and oxygen
Santi Nonell Marrugat, Universidad Ramon Llull, Barcelona/Spain
22.11.2016 The Blood Brain Barrier – a target for therapeutic intervention in stroke
Linda Fredriksson, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm/Sweden
08.11.2016 CRC meeting
27.09.2016 Embryonic development of lymph nodes and lymphatics
Serge van de Pavert, Centre d'Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy, Marseille/France
  • Doris Niederhoff (CRC 656/CiM): Good science communication and how it benefits research
  • Rainer Bromme (Institute of Psychology): When talking to others inspires learning about ourselves: Research on Communication about and within Science
  • Anna Junker (Institute of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry): P2Y1 receptors as new therapeutic targets in cardiovascular disease and cancer
  • Dietmar Vestweber (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine): Determinants of endothelial barrier integrity beyond VE-cadherin
  • Henning Mootz (Institute of Biochemistry): Selective chemical modification and light manipulation of proteins, in purified form and in living cells
  • Kristina Kusche-Vihrog (Institute of Physiology II): Endothelial stiffness as indicator of vascular function/dysfunction
  • Bernhard Wünsch (Institute of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry): The NMDA receptor as drug and tracer target
  • Carsten Höltke (Department of Clinical Radiology): Peptides and Small Molecules: Methods to optimize Molecular Imaging
  • Claudia Rössig, Wolfgang Berdel and Christoph Schliemann (Department of Medicine A – Haematology and Oncology): Endothelial targeting to enhance efficacy of cancer immunotherapy
  • Johannes Waltenberger (Department of Cardiology and Angiology): Growth factor-mediated vascular inflammation
  • Stefan Schulte-Merker (Institute for Cardiovascular Organogenesis and Regeneration): Multiscale imaging and endothelial signaling
  • Jürgen Klingauf (Institute of Medical Physics and Biophysics): Imaging molecular events and cellular structure at the nanoscale
  • Georg Schmitz (Medical Engineering, Bochum): Handheld photoacoustic imaging and ultrasound superresolution microbubble tracking
  • Ali Yilmaz (Department of Cardiology and Angiology): Invasive and non-invasive imaging-based work-up of coronary endothelial dysfunction in patients with myocarditis and coronary artery disease
  • Jens Hausmann (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine): Insights into the ATX-LPA axis
  • Moritz Wildgruber (Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Munich): Molecular Imaging of the cardiovascular system – remodeling of injured vessels and broken hearts
  • Cornelius Faber (Department of Clinical Radiology): MRI methods to study vessels of both the cardio and lymphatic vascular system
  • Stefan Reuter (Department of Medicine D – Nephrology and Rheumatology): Imaging-based diagnosis of acute renal allograft rejection
  • Roland Wedlich-Söldner (Institute of Cell Dynamics and Imaging): Calcium-mediated actin reorganization (CaAR) as integrator or acute signal response in mammalian cells
  • Xiaoyi Jiang (Institute of Computer Science): Doing by learning: Potential of (massive) data driven approaches for biomedical image analysis
  • Andreas Faust (European Institute for Molecular Imaging) & Silke Niemann (Institute of Medical Microbiology): Imaging of bacterial infections
  • Maja Matis (Institute of Cell Biology): Microtubule Mechanics in Tissue Development and Wound Healing
  • Timo Betz (Institute of Cell Biology): How active mechanical forces allow understanding biological processes
  • Albrecht Schwab (Institute of Physiology II): Calcium and mechanical signaling during neutrophil recruitment
  • Andrea Rentmeister (Institute of Biochemistry): Biomolecular Label Chemistry - From Genetically Encodable Probes to Bioorthogonal Reactions
  • Benedikt Wirth (Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics): How shape and geometry concepts help reconstruct, analyse, and link imaging data to biomedical questions from subcellular to organ levels
  • Uwe Karst (Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry): Mass microscopy: Elemental and molecular mass spectrometric imaging of tissues
  • Karin Busch (Institute for Molecular Cell Biology): Sub-diffraction analysis of mitochondrial OXPHOS by Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy
  • Wolfram Pernice (Physikalisches Institut/Center for Nanotechnology, CeNTech): Nanophotonic systems for metrology and single photon imaging
  • Ryan Gilmour (Institute of Organic Chemistry): Carbohydrates, chemical biology and a cluster
  • Cristian Strassert (Center for Nanotechnology, CeNTech): Towards spatiotemporally resolved ROS production and oxygen sensing
  • Friedemann Kiefer (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine): See the invisible, believe the unbelievable - intravital imaging now!
  • Michael Schäfers (Department of Nuclear Medicine, European Institute for Molecular Imaging): Clinical challenges for multiscale molecular imaging


Dr. Eva Lorentzen
Tel.: +49 251 83-49314
SFB 656 MoBil
Waldeyerstraße 15
· D-48149 Münster
Tel: +49 251 83-49314 · Fax: +49 251 83-49313