Author: Kristina Berke

EndZeit goes virtual

The „EndZeitseminar” took place as a video conference in Munich on July 28th 2020. This way it was accessible to all three locations. Prof. Nicole Reisch talked about ‘In vitro and in vivo models of novel therapeutic approaches in congenital adrenal hyperplasia’. In the context of these video conferences, members of our project already gave talks […]

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Corona Pandemic: Adrenal research

In the challenging demands of the COVID-19 virus, the CRC/TRR 205 has not missed to focus on its research in order to improve the knowledge about this virus. Excellence research work has been done under supervision of Prof. Bornstein, spokesperson of the CRC. Focus is the adrenal gland, especially the effect of the COVID-19 virus […]

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3rd Retreat as a virtual Meeting

As a consequence of the Corona Pandemic our 3rd Retreat took place as a virtual meeting. Nevertheless, our members were very interested so that the feedback from our community was great: over 65 project members participated in the video conference. The three spokespersons of the CRC TRR 205, Stefan Bornstein, Martin Reincke and Martin Fassnacht, informed […]

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14. Adrenal Conference in Leipzig

01.02.2020-02.02.2020 The 14th Adrenal Conference will take place the upcoming week from 01.-02. of February 2020 in Leipzig. Many members of the CRC/TRR205 will have the honor to give a talk on their field of research and specialization (see attached program). Among these speakers are Prof. N. Reisch (A04), Prof. S. Hahner (B13), T. Deutschbein, […]

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European Medal 2019 of the Society for Endocrinology

We proudly announce that Prof. Dr. med Felix Beuschlein (B14)has received the European Medal 2019 of the Society for Endocrinology. The society honours scientists annually who have significantly contributed to the progress in the research field of Endocrinology and rewards their excellence work.  The medal was given at the Society’s BES conference at which Prof. Beuschlein talked […]

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Success for the Center for Adrenal Diseases- Research College is funded with 1 Mio. Euro

The new clinician scientist programme was elected in a competition and is now rewarded with a grant of 1 Million Euro for 36 months donated by the “Eva Luise and Horst Köhler Stiftung” and the “Else Kröner Fresenius Stiftung”. Main focus of the competition were “Rare Important Syndromes in Endocrinology (RISE)”.  Prof. Dr. Angela Hübner […]

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Progress in Primary Aldosteronism “PiPA-6”

The International Symposium Progress in Primary Aldosteronism 6 will take place in Munich from October 14st to October 15st, 2019.International experts in the field of endocrinology will present their latest research during this symposium. The meeting is dedicated to primary aldosteronsim (PA)It will offer sessions for free communications, presented during poster sessions. 5 Travel Grants […]

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