TRR 274 - DZNE/Synergy Seminar Series

Please save the date for our next exciting external TRR274/DZNE/SyNergy seminar coming up on Wednesday 2nd of February 2022 at 5pm. As you can see the seminar will start 1 hour later than usual.
 

We are happy to have Simone Di Giovianni, Professor at Imperial College London (UK) as our next guest speaker! He will be giving a talk titled "A reversible T cell-dependent mechanism restricts the regenerative ability of injured neurons in the aged". The seminar will be hosted by our TRR 274 PI in Göttingen, Francesca Odoardi.

Everyone is welcome to join, we hope to see you there!

TRR 274 - 1st Retreat 2021

Our first TRR274 - Retreat will be held on November 22 and 23, 2021! Due to the current situation and the measures taken to contain the spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the retreat will now unfortunately be held in a "hybrid version" only, i.e. primarily online and in person for a certain number of people. 

The retreat will be held on Monday, November 22, 2021 from 2pm to 7pm and Tuesday November 23, 2021 from 8:30 am - 2:30pm.

 

TRR 274 - DZNE/Synergy Seminar Series

After a longer break, we will sweeten the start of the winter season with a new interesting talk: We are happy to welcome Marco Colonna, Professor at the Washington University School of Medicine, as our next guest speaker. He will be speaking on the “Heterogeneity of meningeal B cells reveals a lymphopoietic niche at the CNS borders”. The seminar will be hosted by our TRR 274 PI Felix Meissner.

As usual the seminar will be held online.

Everyone is welcome, we hope to see you there!

TRR 274 - Lecture Series is coming

A new addition to our TRR274 curriculum is here! We are happy to announce the TRR274 Lecture Series for the winter semester 2021/22. Everyone interested in learning about what factors determine the multicellular response following CNS injury is welcome to join. 

For more info click here

TRR 274 - DZNE/Synergy Seminar Series

After a long summer break, we finally have a new exciting talk coming up! We are happy to announce that Heidi McBride, Professor at McGill University at the Montreal Neurological Institute (Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery) in Montreal, Canada will give us an insight on how to unravel the complexities of Parkinson's disease across different biological scales.  The event will be hosted by our TRR 274 PIs Thomas Misgeld and Martin Kerschensteiner.

Everyone is welcome, we hope to see you there!

TRR 274 - DZNE/Synergy Seminar Series

Another great talk awaits you! Dr. Ethan Hughes, Assistant Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Colorado, will speak about how we could rethink remyelination with motor learning and surviving oligodendrocytes in mind. The event will be hosted by our TRR 274 PIs Thomas Misgeld and Christine Stadelmann.

Everyone is welcome, we hope to see you there!