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Abstract Scholarship for Dr. Christina Malainou


The abstract of Dr. Christina Malainou, a member of the Herold lab, was chosen to receive an Abstract Scholarship for the 2018 ATS International Conference in San Diego.

The Abstract has the title "Depletion Of The Resident Alveolar Macrophage Pool Upon Influenza Virus Infection Is Death Ligand-Dependent And Contributes To Disease Severity"

Progress Reports 2018


ECCPS Seminar Room

Aulweg 130

35392 Gießen


Date Projects
Feb, 23th
12:45 - 14:45 h
P1 (Bauer/Weber) and
P2 (Peteranderl/Becker/Herold)
Apr 13th,
12:45 - 14:45 h
P3 (Ziebuhr/Kracht) and
P5 (Vadász/Samakovlis)
Aug 17th,
12:00 - 15:00 h
P6 (Morty/Friebertshäuser/Ehrhardt),
P7 (Günther/Bellusci) and
P8 (Herold/Braun)
Dec, 7th,
12:45 - 14:45 h
 Z1 (Hain/Goesmann/
Wilhelm/Lohmeyer) and
Amit Shresta
(early career funding report)

Impressions of the KFO309 get together - 21.04.2017


Wie Coronaviren Zellen umprogrammieren


Interdisziplinäres Team der Universität Gießen identifiziert epigenetische Kontrollmechanismen der Genantwort der Wirtszelle bei Infektionen mit dem Coronavirus 229E

Poster award for Michaela Gerlach-Weber


Michaela Weber-Gerlach was awarded with the poster price during the conference "Novel Concepts in Innate Immunity" which was held from 27 till 29 March in Tübingen. Michaela Weber-Gerlachs work "Profiling Anti-Influenza Activities of the pathogen recognition receptor RIG-I: Nuclear RIG-I as an Influenza A Virus Restriction factor" is part of Project P1 of Friedemann Weber of the Justus-Liebig University Gießen. Congratulations!

 

Ivonne Vazquez-Armendariz has been elected


ivonne Vazquez-Armendariz, a member of the Herold lab, has been elected by the Assembly on Respiratory Cell & Molecular Biology Science and Innovation Center Award Selection Committee to receive the 2017 Abstract Award. Her Abstract entiteled "Establishment of a Murine 3D In Vitro Lung Organoid Model to Study Epithelial Generation and Regeneration" was awarded the opportunity to present her scientific work at the ATS International Conference in Washington, DC