‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Tim Rollenske

By |2023-07-24T16:43:38+02:0024.07.2023|

On Wednesday, 20.09.2023 at 12:30, Tim Rollenske will be the speaker of our 'Gut, Liver and Friends' seminar. Prof. Dr. Tim Rollenske is Junior Professor and Group Leader at the Institute of Molecular Medicine and Experimental Immunology at the Medical Faculty of Bonn University. The Rollenske Lab is interested in how B cells and their antibodies control [...]

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Gilles Storelli

By |2023-07-24T16:27:52+02:0024.07.2023|

On Wednesday, 23.08.2023 at 12:30, Gilles Storelli will be the speaker of our next 'Gut, Liver and Friends' seminar. Dr. Gilles Storelli  is Research Group Leader at the CECAD (Cluster of Excellence Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases) Research Center at Cologne University, Germany. The Storelli Lab is interested in a basic, but fundamental question: how do organisms [...]

‘Gut–liver axis: barriers and functional circuits’ – Key findings and concepts of our CRC published in nature reviews gastrenterology & hepatology

By |2023-04-27T17:43:58+02:0027.04.2023|

nature reviews gastroenterology & hepatology:  'Gut-liver axis: barriers and functional circuits'   On behalf of our entire consortium, our spokesperson Oliver Pabst (B06, Q04), Mathias W. Hornef (B01, Q03), Frank Schaap (A07), Thomas Clavel (A05, Q02), Vuk Cerovic (B03) and Tony Bruns (B07) have summarised central [...]

Clinical rotations at CRC1382 graduate school ‘Gut-Liver Axis’

By |2021-09-29T11:48:33+02:0024.09.2021|

Graduate school CRC1382 ‘Gut-Liver Axis’: first clinical rotations were a full success PhD students being part of the graduate school ‘Gut-Liver Axis’ are offered tailored laboratory rotations, soft skill courses and as a unique feature clinical rotations. Those clinical rotations are meant to strengthen the translational aspect of the scientific question persued [...]

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