Two new PhD students in MyoGrad

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MyoGrad student Laurianne Davignon received her PhD

January 20, 2015
Laurianne Davignon successfully finished her thesis in Paris. She defended her research project about the "Identification and characterisation of new genes associated to multiminicore disease".

Simone Spuler talked at the event and science centre Urania Berlin

April 29th, 2014
Simone Spuler, MyoGrad Speaker and Head of the Institute for Muscle Sciences and University Outpatient Clinic for Muscle Disorders, was invited to give a talk on “Strong muscles into old age” at the Urania Berlin. (linked website in German only)

MyoGrad student got spotted on the review for the poster session at the Avian meeting in New York

March 17th, 2014
MyoGrad student got spotted on the review for the poster session at the Avian meeting in New York.

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Membrane Repair in Human Myotubes

September 2012

The cover of the September issue of Traffic shows the accumulation of endogenous repair proteins at the wounding area of a human myotube after laser wounding.
The image was taken by Andreas Marg, postdoc in the Spuler group.

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First MyoGrad Retreat, 20-22 September 2012

The 1st MyoGrad Retreat took place from September 20-22, 2012 in the Grandhotel Römerbad, Badenweiler, an idyllic village in the beautiful Southern Black Forrest.

MyoGrad projects leaders, doctoral students, and tutors were meeting for 2 and a half days to plan new projects, discuss data and enjoy hiking in Markgraeflerland.

Four new PhD students in MyoGrad

May 31, 2012
Another MyoGrad Selection Round took place on May 31, 2012. Out of 63 applicants the most qualified students were selected for MyoGrad by a binational committee. They started their scientific work on October 1st, 2012 in Berlin and Paris.

KAP fellow Dr. Verena Schöwel MD received a poster prize

October 22th, 2011

KAP fellow Dr. Verena Schöwel MD received a poster prize at the Meeting of the World Muscle Society

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KFO 192 research in "Galileo"

October 12th, 2011
The popular science television program "Galileo" (Pro7) reported about some of our KFO 192 research.

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