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    International Symposium organized by the Students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences

    Katrin Mestermann 

    Uniklinikum Würzburg; Medizinische Klinik II/ Hämatologie
    AG Hudecek

    Research: CAR T cells are genetically engineered T cells that are able to specifically identify and eliminate tumor cells. While being highly efficient in the treatment of hematologic malignancies, these cells can ‘overact` and cause possibly life-threatening side effects. As control mechanisms are lacking, we searched for and identified a Tyrosine kinase inhibitor that is able to mediate control over CAR T cells and characterized its inhibition pattern and mode of action in vitro and in vivo.    

    Yvonne Schurr

    Institute of Experimental Biomedicine I, University Hospital and Rudolf Virchow Center University of Würzburg
    AG Bender

    Research: Role of cytoskeletal-regulating proteins in platelet biogenesis and function    

    Lukas Weiß

    Institute of Experimental Biomedicine I, University Hospital and Rudolf Virchow Center University of Würzburg
    AG Schulze

    Research: Altered platelet function of patients with sepsis    

    Robin Grob

    Chair of behavioral Physiology and Sociobiology 
    AG Rössler

    Research: Desert ants are master navigators using an impressive toolkit to always find their way back home. We investigate how the tiny ant brain is capable of setting up and calibrating this navigational toolkit during the very first steps outside the dark nest.    

    Diyaa Ashour 

    Institute for Virology and Immunobiology 
    AG Lutz

    Research: IL-12-dependent Th1 priming by a DC vaccine in vivo requires cooperation of dendritic cells subsets.    

     

    Lena Böhm

    Institute for Virology and Immunobiology 
    AG Pérez

    Research: Regulatory circuits underlying host colonization by C. Albicans       

    Nicolò Gabriele Pozzi 

    Department of Neurology
    AG Isais

    Research: Motor behaviours are associated with dynamic synchronization of distributed neural networks, a mechanism for brain coordination. We study the role of altered neural networks dynamics in movement disorders by combinig clinical, electrophysiological, biomechanical and molecular imaging findings.    

     

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