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Bonner Forum Biomedizin

 

BFB Annual Meeting February 22/23 2018

Guest speaker:

 

 

Helmut Kettenmann, Cellular Neurosciences, Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association

Properties of microglia

 

Thomas Oertner, Institute for Synaptic Physiology, Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg

Synaptic transmission and long-term plasticity in the hippocampus

 

Alumni talk:

 

 

Jonathan Schmid-Burgk, Broad Insitute, Boston

Reverse-Engineering the Software of Human Cells

 

New Members:    

 

    

Annett Halle, DZNE

Microglial cell function in neurodegenerative diseases

 

Florian Schmidt, Institute of Innate Immunity

Dissecting inflammasomes with alpaca nanobodies and other tools

 

Sven Wehner, Klinik und Poliklinik für Allgemein-, Viszeral-, Thorax-, Gefäßchirurgie

Neuro-immune mechanims in acute intestinal inflammation.

 

Short oral presenetations:

 

Dennis de Coninck,LIMES, Department of Membrane Biochemistry

Packing density of the amyloid precursor protein in the cell membrane

 

Jana Enderes, Department of Surgery

Toll-like receptor 3 plays a key role in postoperative bowel inflammation

 

Stefanie Herresthal, LIMES Institute, Genomics and Immunoregulation

Meta-analysis on transcriptomic data shows high predictability of acute myeloid leukemia

 

Andreas Jeschke, Cell Biology Institute

Membrane fusion in a test tube – phosphatidylinositol phosphates regulate phagosome-with-lysosome fusion

 

Paul Kern, LIMES, Molecular Developmental Biology

Creld2 - a new player in endoplasmic reticulum stress and metabolism

 

Camille Philippot, Institute of Cellular Neurosciences

Analyses of panglial coupling networks in the thalamus and its impact on brain signaling

 

Thomas Quast, LIMES, Laboratory of Molecular Immunology and Cell Biology

Time and Space in Leukocyte Migration

 

Telma E. Santos, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Axonal growth in three dimensions  

 

Marina Woeste, Institute of Innate Immunity - Biophysical Imaging

Lipid imbalance - motor dysfunction: Is GBA2 involved?

 

Update on activities of the BFB
Short presentation of Posters, Poster sessions
BFB Publication Prize, Poster prizes and short oral presentation prize

 

BFBJobTalk March 8

 

Richard Jäger

Professor of Forensic Biology at the

Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences

 

"Challenges of Forensic DNA Analysis"

 

March 8 7 pm

Hörsaal “Mineralogie”, Poppelsdorfer Schloss Meckenheimer Allee 169
Please register at bfb@uni-bonn.de
 

 

 

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