Author: Eva Spickenheuer

Finally “offline” again

On September 14th 2021 Professor William Rainey visited us at the UKDD and gave an interesting lecture about “Adrenal Cellular Origins of Primary Aldosteronism“.Professor Rainey is an internationally recognised endocrine researcher.The audience were enthusiastic and were given the opportunity to clarify any points and ask questions afterwards.After such a long time of working online, the […]

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DGE-Awards for CRC members

During the DGE meeting, prizes were awarded to CRC members. The Bruno Allolio Prize was awarded to Dr. Nicole Bechman for her work: Hypoxia inducible factor 2 α (HIF2α) promotes a pro-metastatic phenotype in pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas. The Anke Mey Prize was awarded to Laura-Sophie Landwehr and Jochen Schreiner for their work: A novel patient-derived […]

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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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