We are happy to announce that two new articles with SFB-affiliation have been accepted by Autophagy and Kidney International.
In the second Lab Meeting this month Mr. Mittrücker and Mr. Reimers (both project A4) will talk about T-cells.
In the upcoming weeks there will be two publications in Nature Communcations as well as in Frontiers Immunology.
The Single Cell Omics Club is a forum for scientists who are working with Single Cell Sequencing. In a series of events recent research, results and methods are being discussed.
The first lab meeting in May will be all about the new project B9 and will be presented by Mr. Puelles with the title: "Deciphering immune-epithelial interactions in crescentic glomerulonephritis".
On the 3rd and 4th May there will be a conference “Kidney Days Hamburg” held for the first time as part of the “13. Hamburger Nephrologie Forum”.
There will be several different seminars for the Research Training Group from the 29th April onwards. Various scientists will give lectures for the students on methods in research in a bi-weekly format.
The second lab meeting this month will be held by Mr. Fuchs. Recent results of the project A7 will be presented with the following title: “Degradation of neutrophil extracellular traps in lupus nephritis”.
We are delighted to announce a new publication from the research group of Prof. Tobias Huber.
The first lab meeting of the SFB this month will be held by Mr. Enk (Project A5).
As the new funding period for the Research Training Group of the SFB 1192 has started, eight excellent medical students get the chance to write a M.D. thesis in an experimental setting.
In this week’s lab meeting, Ms. Reinhard will present the current status of project B1. The topic of the talk is "Search for new Antigens in Membranous Nephropathy".
This week, Mr. Gagliani, Mr. Bonn and Mr. Krebs jointly present and discuss their results and perspectives on "T cell receptor profiling in patients with crescentic glomerulonephritis".
We are happy to announce that a new publication of one of the SFB projects has been accepted.
On Thursday and Friday this week, the students of the SFB 1192 Research Training Group had the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of writing scientific articles.
This month, the graduate students present current, exciting papers in the fields of nephrology and immunology. This time, Mr. Reimers (project A4) holds the Journal Club.
The last SFB meeting of the month is held by Mr. Melderis. He presents the current results of Project A3 with the topic "The Role of Amphiregulin in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus".
For the graduate students of the Research Training Group SFB 1192 there was the opportunity to participate in another interesting workshop.
In the lab meeting this week, Prof. T. Huber talks about the current results and future research on the pathogenesis of primary FSGS.
We are pleased to announce the publication of another paper within the scope of the SFB in the American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology.