Author: Eva Spickenheuer

Georgiana Constantinescu awarded as Harvard Outstanding Teaching Assistant 2020

Georgiana Constantinescu, member of the CRC/TRR 205 and part of the Clinician Scientists program was awarded as a 2020 Outstanding Teaching Assistant by the Harvard Medical School. Georgiana joined the Clinician Scientists program in 2018 and was offered to take the seminar Principles and Practice of Clinical Research by the Harvard School of Public Health. […]

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Transregional Collaborative Research Center 127 “Biology of xenogeneic cell, tissue and organ transplantation – from bench to bedside” enters the third funding phase

For many chronic diseases, the replacement of irreversibly damaged organs or tissue is the last therapeutic option. The demand for cells, tissues and organs for transplantation is currently far from being met by the available human donors. Therefore, the use of animal tissues and organs for xenotransplantation has been discussed for more than three decades. […]

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“Corticotroph Tumor Progression after Bilateral Adrenalectomy (Nelson’s syndrome): Systematic Review and Expert Consensus Recommendations”

An interdisciplinary workshop of international pituitary experts coordinated by Martin Reincke, reached a consensus on the important issue of “Corticotroph Tumor Progression after Bilateral Adrenalectomy (Nelson’s syndrome): Systematic Review and Expert Consensus Recommendations”,  which has just been accepted for publication in the European Journal of Endocrinology (http://dx.doi.org/10.1530/EJE-20-1088)

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Laura-Sophie Landwehr awarded with the ENSAT Bruno Allolio Award 2020 for Research on Adrenocortical Carcinoma

CRC member Laura-Sophie Landwehr was awarded with the „ENSAT Bruno Allolio Award 2020 for Research on Adrenocortical Carcinoma“ for the manuscript “The interplay between glucocorticoids and tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes on the prognosis of adrenocortical carcinoma”, published in Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer in May 2020. The manuscript can be described as follows: “This is the first […]

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“International Histopathology Consensus for Unilateral Primary Aldosteronism” has been selected as JCEM’s Featured Article of the week

The paper “International Histopathology Consensus for Unilateral Primary Aldosteronism” with lead authorship by Tracy Williams and last authorship by Martin Reincke was selected as JCEM’s Featured Article of the week. Next to Tracy Williams and Martin Reincke, also Felix Beuschlein and Jaques Lenders participated as authors. The paper can be found at the very top of […]

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Joint Clinician Scientist Programme of RISE and CRC/TRR 205 successfully started

The first joint meeting of RISE and CRC/TRR 205 clinician scientist started on 22.10.2020. The workshop with the topic “Scientific writing without pain” was held by Dr. Martina Michalikova. She worked with the Clinician Scientists on how to develop scientific writing skills and gave tips on how to delve into the writing process faster. Furthermore, she illustrated […]

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