Congratulations to Lai Wen! He won the Young Investigator Award of the 7th International Conference on cGMP, June 19-21 2015 in Trier, Germany. His presentation had the title "Real-time Imaging of cGMP signals in platelets".
Lai Wen has received a Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds travel grant to conduct collaborative research in the USA. Congratulations!
We are proud to announce that Martin Thunemann and Lai Wen have won the Rudolf-Buchheim-Prize for their work "Transgenic Mice for cGMP Imaging". Congratulations!
Congratulations to Markus Milde! Markus has been selected to participate in a DFG Workshop for Early Career Investigators ("DFG-Nachwuchsakademie") on "Neurosensory Systems - Protection – Regeneration – Restitution".
Congratulations to Lai Wen and Martin Thunemann! They won the poster prize of the 6th International Conference on cGMP, June 28-30 2013 in Erfurt, Germany. The poster has the title "Analysis of cGMP signalling with transgenic mice expressing FRET-based cGMP sensors".
The DFG funds the Research Unit FOR 2060 "cGMP Signalling in Cell Growth and Survival", Speaker: Prof. Dr. Robert Feil, since 2013 [Press Release]. Find further information on http://www.cyclic-gmp.de/.
Raghavan Vallur received a PhD fellowship from the DZNE (Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen, Bonn) in 2010. Congratulation to Raghavan!
The MoBBEL Prize for the best Diploma Thesis in 2009 has been awarded to Robert Gnügge for his thesis "Influence of oxidative stress on the structure and activity of cGMP-dependent protein kinase type I". Congrats to Robert!