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The first joint workshop with our Argentinian cooperation partners took place on 11 and 12 July. The participants were able to discuss the progress of the DFG project "Influence of endocrine disruptors on reproductive processes mediated by immune cells of the innate immune system", methods and to-dos. There was also space to plan further joint collaborations. We thank all participants for the exciting and productive exchange!
Congratulations to our colleague Dr. Violeta Stojanovska for being the 1st prize European Organoid Research Grant winner!
Researchers from the German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ) Heidelberg, Friedrich Schiller University Jena and UFZ have discovered new biomarkers for the detection and quantification of cancers and starting points for new cancer immunotherapies.
A team with the participation of UFZ alumni Saskia Trump from our department has now founded cAHRmeleon Bioscience GmbH and is developing biomarker and companion diagnostic services for precision medicine in cancer immunotherapy for the biopharmaceutical market.
To what extent do older siblings influence the healthy development of children? Answers from our LiNA study can be found in our latest press release.
Prof. Ana Zenclussen and Dr. Violeta Stojanovska, together with PD Dr. Stefan Fest, took part in the annual conference of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology in Nashville. In addition to presenting their own results on the topic of "Characterization of 3D trophoblast spheroids as a model of placenta functionality", our scientists also had the opportunity to finally exchange ideas in person with colleagues from all over the world.
Dr. Clarisa Santamaria gave an oral presentation at this years IFFS World Congress, topic: Uncovering the participation of Regulatory T cells and Dendritic cells in embryo implantation using human heterologous in vitro implantation models. She was awarded during the Junior researchers panel - Prize Giving session. Congratulations!
We congratulate Prof. Ana Zenclussen on her appointment as a member of the BfR Commission on Contaminants in the Food Chain for the session period 2022 to 2025 and wish her every success!
We participate in the joint research project SaxoChiLD.
We participate in the joint research project