Interfaculty Institute of Biochemistry (IFIB)

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  • 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".
  • A New Look at Heart Disease(News Article)
  • A Sink for Signals(News Article)
  • Robert Feil received the Teaching Award from the master students of the Graduate School of Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience.
  • Biochemistry: Now Live and in Color (News Article)
  • 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!