11.1.23 - Lab Meeting

Madeleine Bunders and Markus Rinschen will present the research concept of sub project B10 at our weekly lab meeting.

3.1.23 - New Publication

We are happy announce a new publication from our project A4 in PNAS titled: "Kidney-resident innate-like memory γδ T cells control chronic Staphylococcus aureus infection of mice".

14.12.22 - Lab Meeting

Nicola Wanner and Nicola Tomas will present concepts of project B5 at our weekly lab meeting.

7.12.22 - Lab Meeting

Christian Kurts and Sibylle von Vietinghoff will present project A8 of the CRC at the forthcoming lab meeting.

30.11.22 - Guest Lecture

We are happy to have Prof. Jens Titze (Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore) for a guest lecture with us to talk about ''Pathophysiology of hypertension and muscle wasting in chronic renal failure''.

23.11.22 - Lab Meeting

Our next lab meeting will be about "Systems Biology approach to identify molecular processes underlying MCD and FSGS" presented by Sonja Hänzelmann and Anne Mühlig from project B8.

16.11.22 - Lab Meeting

Sibylle von Vietinghoff will present sub project A8 with the title "Inflammation in extreme environments".

9.11.22 - Lab Meeting

After the ASN in Orlando, our lab meetings will continue with the associated TCR group around Immo Prinz with the following title: "Screening and prediction of TCR-pMHC interaction"

4.10.22 - New Publication

We are pleased to anounce a new publication titled in Kidney International as part of Gunther Zahner’s DFG project ZA163/12-1 in collaboration with CRC projects B2 and B3.

21.9.22 - Lab Meeting

Peter Zipfel will present subproject B6 and speak about: "Sequence variations of FHR1 gene influence complement regulation and cooperation with complement regulators."

14.9.22 - Lab Meeting

On our upcoming CRC lab meeting Shiwa Soukou-Wargalla will present subproject A5 and talk about: "Emergence and function of IL-10-producing Type 1 regulatory (Tr1) T cells in crescentic glomerulonephritis"

31.8.22 - Lab Meeting

Since the summer break has ended, we will continue with our lab meetings. Dominik Kylies will present his project with the title: „Nanoscale tissue profiling using expansion-enhanced super-resolution radial fluctuations (ExSRRF)“

18.5.22 - Lab Meeting

Jan Eric Turner and Nikhat Shaikh will present subproject A6 and talk about ‘’Innate and innate-like lymphocytes as targets for therapeutic interventions’’.

12.5.22 - New Publications

Two new papers have been published in Cells titled: "Pathogenic T-Cell Responses in Immune-Mediated Glomerulonephritis" and "Antigen Cross-Presentation by Murine Proximal Tubular Epithelial Cells Induces Cytotoxic and Inflammatory CD8 + T Cells".

11th May - Lab Meeting

Elion Hoxha will present subproject C1 – "Hamburg Glomerulonephritis Registry" at the upcoming CRC lab meeting.

11th May - New Publication

We are happy to announce a further publication of CRC 1192 titled: "The Amphiregulin/EGFR axis protects from lupus nephritis via downregulation of pathogenic CD4 + T helper cell responses" in the Journal Autoimmunity.

4th May - Lab Meeting

Out lab meeting continues with Markus Rinschen (subproject B10) talking about: " Proteolytic control of inflammatory glomerular kidney disease "

2nd May - New Publication

We are pleased to inform you about a new publication of CRC 1192 titled: "Loss of the collagen IV modifier prolyl 3-hydroxylase 2 causes thin basement membrane nephropathy" in J Clin Invest.

27th April - Guest Lecture

We are happy to have Manu Beerens (Institute for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, UKE)  for a guest lecture about "Zebrafish at the forefront of cardiovascular science."

20th April - Lab Meeting

Simon Melderis will talk about subproject A3 with the title: "The role of Amphiregulin in Lupusnephritis and CD4+ T cell function".


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