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KFO309 research on the cover of Pediatric Pulmonology


The KFO309 -(P6) -driven study on mouse strain susceptibility to hyperoxia, which was published in print form in the July issue of Pediatric Pulmonology, got both an Editorial, and the manuscript artwork also made the cover of the July issue of the journal.

Cover Pediatric Pilmonology

Travel grant to attend the EMDS-CFCD conference for Christina Malainlou


Christina Malainou
has been selected for a
CFCD-EFIS conference travel award of 500 euros to attend
the 2019 EMDS-CFCD
conference in Marseille
 
Congratulations!

"PechaKucha" Award for Christin Müller


We congratulate Christin for 

the 2nd place in the "PechaKucha" Contest -

 for more detail click here (see page 7), and 

a Travel Award

at  the 31st International Conference on Antiviral Research May 12-15, 2019.

Margarida Barroso received an Abstract Scholarship


Margarida Barroso was chosen to receive
an Abstract Scholarship
by the
Assembly on Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology (RCMB)
for the 2019 ATS Meeting in Dallas TX for her abstact entitled
Mesenchymal Stem Cell Plasticity and Therapeutic Programming in Acute Lung Injury
 
Congratulations!

Awards for Isabelle Salwig


We congratulate Isabelle
as a poster award winner
at the Epithelial Mesenchymal Interactions in Lung Development and Fibrosis Conference,
17th-20th February 2019 at the Melia Nassau Beach, Nassau, Bahamas
and
for the award of the selected highlight presentation
at the annual meeting of the Geman Center for Lung Research (DZL),
February 07th-08th, Mannheim

The DZL 2019 annual meeting Poster prize winner is Christina Malainou


Christina Malainou was awarded with a poster price during the DZL annual meeting which was held from 07 till 09. February in Mannheim. Christina Malainuous work "Death Ligands Are Upregulated in Influenza Pneumonia And Contribute to Depletion of the Resident Alveolar Macrophage Poolis"  was elected from the Contributions of the Desease Area Acute Lung Injury, Congratulations!