Pharmakologie, Toxikologie und Klinische Pharmazie
Institut für Pharmazie
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DFG Research Training Group 2381
cGMP: From Bedside to Bench
The DFG supports a new Research Training Group (RTG) entitled “cGMP: From Bedside to Bench”. The objective of RTG 2381 is to translate clinical experience with cGMP drugs “back” from “bedside to bench” allowing for critical new insights into cGMP’s role in cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and neurological disorders. Our fellows will be co-mentored by a principal investigator in Boston who works on a related topic and they will visit the partner laboratory for a period of three months. Please follow the link to the University´s News and the DFG Press Release for more information.
ICEPHA Graduate Program
The second call for the ICEPHA Graduate Program will be opened soon. Launching of follow-up projects is planned for November 2018. Please find more detailed information at the ICEPHA Website (www.icepha.de).
Hot Topics in Signal Transduction & cGMP Research
The meeting is organized by the PhD students of the FOR 2060 Research Unit. It will take place on October 8-10, 2018 in the Alte Aula in Tübingen. Young scientists are particularly welcome to participate. Registration is free until August 2018.
More info at www.cyclic-gmp.de
DFG FOR 2060 PhD student retreat
Our PhD students involved in the FOR 2060 research projects have organized a retreat at the University of Würzburg. They will meet (without their PIs) from November 24 - 26, 2017 to discuss ongoing work in our labs and to strenghten their individual scientific networks.
FOR 2060 Talk held by Prof. Dr. Jan Siemens (Pharmakologisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg)
Thursday, July 27th, 2017, 17:00 pm
Next ICEPHA Graduate Program meeting
FOR 2060 Meeting “New Developments in Signal Transduction & cGMP Research”
January 18th - 20th, 2015
The meeting is organized by the PhD students of the FOR 2060 and will take place on January 18-20, 2015 in a former monastery in Rottenburg am Neckar, Germany. The program includes talks of projects leaders of the research group and external speakers from academia and industry as well as short presentations and posters from PhD students and postdocs.
Details on registration and the program will follow soon.
The new ICEPHA Graduate Program has been launched
The ICEPHA Core members have approved the establishment of the Graduate Program Membrane-associated Drug Targets in Personalized Cancer Medicine. For an initial period of 3 years more than 20 PIs from Tübingen and the Campus of the Robert-Bosch-Hospital in Stuttgart will work together on 8 cutting-edge projects. We wish you all good success in your work.
For more details see: http://www.icepha.de
Summer school: Tracking fast signalling processes in vivo
July 18 - 20th, 2014
The working groups of Peter Ruth and Robert Lukowski joined the Summer School "Tracking fast signalling processes in vivo – mechanisms, targets and tools" at the Benediktinerinnen-Abtei auf Frauenchiemsee. This Summer School was supported by the Excellence Initiative of the University of Tubingen.