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International recognition for Prof. Dr. Christine Klein

Prof. Dr. Christine Klein, Director of the Institute of Neurogenetics at the University of Lübeck and the University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), has received three international …

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Joanne Trinh and Karen Grütz received International Congress Travel Grants to attend the 2019 MDS Congress in Nice, France.

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Dr. Prasuhn awarded with a Junior award from the German Parkinson Foundation

On September 26th, Dr Jannik Prasuhn from the Institute of Neurogenetics and the Department of Neurology received a Junior award from the German Parkinson Foundation (25.000 Euro). He will …

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Upcoming Talk by Prof. Bastiaan R. Bloem, “Functional neurological disorders: debunking the myths” at the CBBM, Seminar room (ground floor) on November 25th from 1 – 2 pm.

Prof. Bastiaan R. Bloem, MD, PhD, FRCPE is the Director of the Radboudumc Center of Expertise for Parkinson & Movement Disorders and one of the …

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Nachweis der genetischen Ursache für die neurologische Bewegungsstörung der Flüsterdystonie (Spasmodische Dysphonie)

Priv.-Doz. Dr. rer. nat. Katja Lohmann ist mit dem David Marsden Award 2013 ausgezeichnet worden. Der renommierte Preis wird alle zwei Jahre vom Zusammenschluss der …

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On August 1st, 2019, the Deputy CEO of The Michael J. Fox Foundation, Sohini Chowdhury, visited the Institute of Neurogenetics

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Anne Weißbach awarded with the David Marsden Award 2019

Dr. med. Anne Weißbach from the Institute of Neurogenetics at the University of Lübeck was awarded the David Marsden Award 2019 for her research. The …

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Dr. Joanne Trinh was invited to the Humboldt Annual Meeting where Chancellor Angela Merkel gave a speech to fellow Humboldtians and a celebration of Alexander Von Humboldt’s 250th birthday at the schloss Bellevue where President Steinmeier lives

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Marija Dulovic Mahlow received the Fellowship of Excellence for Young Investigators to attend the European Human Genetics Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden

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Modifier of disease severity and cognitive dysfunction in X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism identified

Members of the Institute of Neurogenetics in collaboration with other members of the “ProtectMove” Consortium (funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG FOR2488) have recently …

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Victor Krajka received a short-term fellowship for his research stay with Dr. Carsten Janke at the Institut Curie in Orsay, France.

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Joanne Trinh and Karen Grütz received International Congress Travel Grants to attend the 2019 MDS Congress in Nice, France.

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Christine Klein is the 2019 David Marsden Lecture Award recipient of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

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Institute welcomes new intern Joachim Weber

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Multimodal field study in the Philippines

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Multimodal field study in the Philippines

Members of the Institute of Neurogenetics take part of a m‪ultimodal‬ field study in the Philippines. The aim is to investigate affected and unaffected carriers …

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Talk by Prof. Hyder (Buz) Jinnah, Emory University: “Genotype-Phenotype Correlations in Neurological Disease”.

The talk will take place in the Audimax, Seminar Room AM S2, on May 8th from 12 – 1 pm. H. A. (Buz) Jinnah is …

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Institute welcomes new intern Sokhna Haissatou Diaw

Sokhna Haissatou Diaw from the University of Trieste (Italy) has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics for a seven-month internship, starting from April 2019. She was awarded with the Erasmus fellowship and joined the …

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On-site Review of the Institute of Neurogenetics by the Schilling-Stiftung and Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft

Date: Thursday, 25.04.2019 April 25th: On-site Review of the Institute of Neurogenetics by the Schilling-Stiftung and Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft

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Institute welcomes new intern Jana Quismundo

Jana Quismundo is a recent graduate of BS Molecular Biology and Biotechnology from the University of the Philippines. Back home, she has spent nearly three …

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Retreat of FOR2488 at the Bolzano site

Date: 08.04.2019 – 09.04.2019

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Institute welcomes new intern Giuliana Cesare

In March, we welcomed Giuliana Cesare in the Drosophila laboratory. Giuliana is a master student from the University of Palma (Italy) and she was awarded with the …

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HiWi zur Unterstützung der Administration des internationalen Projektes MDSGene gesucht

Add Your Heading Text Here für 40-45 Std./Monat. Studierende, die Freude an einem vielseitigen Arbeitsplatz haben und ihr sorfältiges Organisationstalent im klinisch-genetischen Kontext anwenden wollen, …

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Christine Klein has been appointed the new president of the of the German Neurological Society

As of January 2019, Prof. Klein succeeds Prof. Gereon R. Fink as the first female President of the German Neurological Society. Source: https://www.uni-luebeck.de/aktuelles/pressemitteilung/artikel/prof-christine-klein-neue-praesidentin-der-deutschen-gesellschaft-fuer-neurologie.html

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Reduced Penetrance Conference in Lübeck

During the two-day conference (10-11 December) nearly 120 participants came together to share and discuss data and research ideas and to set up new collaborative …

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Leonora Kulikovskaja has been awarded by the German Neurological Society (DGN) for her work on human midbrain-like organoids as a cellular model for monogenic Parkinson’s disease.

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Jannik Prasuhn has been awarded by the German Neurological Society (DGN) at their annual meeting in Berlin.

Jannik Prasuhn has been awarded the ‚DGN Video Prize‘ for movement disorders of the German Neurological Society (DGN) for his case report ‚Whole Exome Sequencing – Gold …

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Charles Jourdan Reyes has been awarded by the German Neurological Society (DGN)

Charles Jourdan Reyes has been awarded the ‚Movement Disorder Poster Prize‘ by the German Neurological Society (DGN) for his work entitled “The role of hexanucleotide repeat …

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X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism workshop at the Institute of Neurogenetics.

The Institute of Neurogenetics and the Movement Disorder Society of the Philippines (MDSP) recently (September 19-21, 2018) organized an X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism workshop in Luebeck. Topics …

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The Michael J. Fox Foundation awarded an Edward J. Safra Fellowship to the Institute of Neurogenetics. Anne Weissbach, MD is the recipient of this prestigious career development award.

Image Source: Lübecker Nachrichten To download the article, click here.

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Charles Jourdan Reyes has been awarded a Ph.D. scholarship (Program 2) by the Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD).

The scholarship is given to advanced international students from developing countries to help them reintegrate to their home countries after their graduate studies in Germany. …

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PhD student Victor Krajka spends research stay with Prof. Koester in Braunschweig to study the impact of mutations in beta tubulin 4A (TUBB4A) on oligodendrocyte development and their function in Zebrafish.

Our PhD student Victor Krajka spends two research weeks at Prof. Reinhard Köster’s lab (https://www.tu-braunschweig.de/zoology/forschung/cellularmolecularneurobiology/index.html) to investigate the impact of mutations in beta tubulin 4A (TUBB4A) on oligodendrocyte development and …

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The Institute of Neurogenetics is happy to announce the new website launch for the ‘Reduced Penetrance Conference’ 2018.

For more information please visit reducedpenetranceconference.com.

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2018 Interim Meeting of the Protect Move Research Unit.

Time:Thursday, July 5th, 2018 . Location: Center of Brain, Behavior and Metabolism (CBBM)2nd Floor, Room 5Universität zu Lübeck, Geb. 66Ratzeburger Allee 160 23562 Lübeck To …

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Melissa Vos meeting Nobel Laureate Yoshinori Ohsumi at the Lindau Laureate Meeting.

Once every year, about 30 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau, Germany, to meet the next generation of leading scientists. Around 600 students and post-docs from …

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Jannik Prasuhn has been awarded 200.000US$ of the Parkinson’s Foundation Clinical Research Award.

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The Institute of Neurogenetics is happy to welcome Dr. E. Sammler from the University of Dundee, UK for a invited talk on LRRK2 biomarkers.

Guest talk 28-30 Mai 2018 Dr. Sammler’s research interests include accelerating the application of scientific discoveries via target validation to facilitate the development of biomarkers …

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Sonja Petkovic, PhD has been awarded an MDS Travel Grant to present MDSGene at the Movement Disorder Society‘s Annual Meeting in Hong Kong in October 2018.

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The Institute of Neurogenetics has been chosen for 2019-2021 Edmond J. Safra Fellowship in Movement Disorders

The Institute of Neurogenetics has been chosen by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) as one of five academic centers to host …

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Katharina Kolk defended her medical thesis (supervisor: A. Rakovic) with ‘summa cum laude’.

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Kobi Wasner has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics as a visiting scientist.

Kobi Wasner from the University of Luxembourg has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics for a three-month internship, starting from April 2018. Kobi completed his Bachelor’s …

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Marta Ruiz López has been selected to receive a Parkinson’s Foundation Visiting Scholar Award.

After reviewing all of the Visiting Scholar Award applications, the Parkinson’s Foundation Grants Review Committee selected her project titled, “Whole Exome Sequencing as a diagnostic …

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EU research project SysMedPD released new series of interviews with collaborating partners

The clips are available on the SysMedPD website: www.sysmedpd.eu/media

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Doctoral researcher (m/f) for a project on studying mitochondrial dysfunction in a fly model for Parkinson’s disease

The University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe with more than 80 clinics and institutes. It offers outstanding medical …

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Happy New Year 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=EOdNM3e0Luk&feature=emb_logo Image animation: Time lapse imaging of EB3-GFP comets in SH-SY5Y cells. EB3 proteins decorate the plus ends of growing microtubules and are therefore used …

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SAVE THE DATE – DASNE2018 – 21.-23. November 2018 in Eisenach

The German Academy for Rare Neurological Diseases (Deutsche Akademie für Seltene Neurologische Erkrankungen; DASNE) celebrates its foundation. The event takes place at the Wartburg castle …

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Special Lecture: “Functional Movement Disorders: An Overview”

Special Lecture: “Functional Movement Disorders: An OverviewProf. A. E. Lang, University of Toronto, CanadaMon, Nov 27th, 2017, 4:15 pmSeminar room 2 of the Department of …

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Goethe’s Faust had ADHS

To read the full FAZ article by Alexander Münchau please download the pdf document.

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Open position: Laboratory technician (m/f)

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Dr. Joanne Trinh has successfully received the Alexander Von Humboldt postdoctoral fellowship and Canadian Institutes of Health Research Triagency funding.

Dr. Joanne Trinh has successfully received the Alexander Von Humboldt postdoctoral fellowship and Canadian Institutes of Health Research Tri-agency funding. The Humboldt Research Fellowship for …

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Christine Klein awarded the Movement Disorder Society’s Distinguished Service Award in Vancouver, Canada on June 4th, 2017

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Christine Klein and Connie Marras (Toronto) received the ‚Review of the Year 2017 Award’ of Movement Disorders on June 5th in Vancouver, Canada.

To read the full interview with Christine Klein please download the pdf document.

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Special recognition for Katja Lohmann by the Movement Disorder Journal for her excellent service in 2016

Katja Lohmann served as a frequent reviewer for the Movement Disorders Journal in 2016. Her excellent service was recognized by the International Parkinson and Movement …

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Aloysius Domingo, MD and Karen Grütz, MSc successfully defended their PhD theses on April 19th, 2017.

Two PhD students at the Institute of Neurogenetics, Aloysius Domingo, MD and Karen Grütz, MSc, successfully defended their theses on April 19th, 2017.  Congratulations!

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Philip Seibler appointed W2 Professor for Applied Stem Cell Research.

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Dr. Joanne Trinh has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics as a postdoctoral research fellow.

Dr. Joanne Trinh has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics as a postdoctoral research fellow. She completed her PhD studies in genetic modifiers of disease onset …

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Dr. Aloysius Domingo awarded the Mahlon DeLong Young Investigator Award

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2nd Interim Onsite Review of the Institute of Neurogenetics by the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft

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X-Linked Dystonia-Parkinsonism Workshop

October 28-30, 2016Maria-Goeppert-Str. 1, Luebeck, Germany

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20. Oktober 2016 – Prof. Dr. Christine Klein was unanimously elected as vice president of the German Neurological Society (Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie (DGN)) in 2017.

20. Oktober 2016 – Prof. Dr. Christine Klein was unanimously elected as vice president of the German Neurological Society (Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie  (DGN)) in 2017. She …

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The Movement Disorders Society’s Oral History Video Interview: Claudia Trenkwalder interviews Christine Klein (2016)

To watch the interview please visit movementdisorders.org.

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University of Luebeck as number 4 out of the 20 Firetail Class of 2013

University of Luebeck as number 4 out of the 20 Firetail Class of 2013 Top ranked universities world wide. For further information please download the …

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Ana Westenberger received habilitation in the field of Neurogenetics

On July 5th, 2016, Dr. Ana Westeberger gave an inaugural lecture entitled “Primary familial brain calcification: A tale of two phenotypes” and received her habilitation …

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Oppenheim Price awarded to Dr. Aloysius Domingo

For his outstanding work on elucidating the genetic cause and pathogenic mechanisms of X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism (XDP, DYT3) Dr. Aloysius Domingo received the 2016 Oppenheim Price. This …

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Research Unit on Reduced penetrance of hereditary movement disorders’ approved by DFG

For further information please download the press release of DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).

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June 2016 visiting Professor Carolyn Sue

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X-Linked Dystonia-Parkinsonism Data Blitz

June 17th, 2016Fraunhofer EMB, Luebeck, Germany  

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Genetics of well-being

Lars Bertram is a member of the international consortium that investigated the genetics of well-being. For further information please visit PubMed and download the newspaper …

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Christine Klein (Luebeck) and Daniela Berg (Kiel) at the 2016 Korean Movement Disorder Society Congress

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MP Alexandra Dinges-Dierig visits the Institute of Neurogenetics to discuss career development of young (clinician-)scientists

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Genetics Mini-Series in Movement Disorders (guest editor: Christine Klein) featuring the new classification and nomenclature of inherited movement disorders

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Upcoming contest for the 5th annual “Founder Award” for best concepts for company start-ups.

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Upcoming seminar with Sebastien Hebert, PhD, on March 8th, 2016 at 1pm (ground-level conference room at MFC1) on “MicroRNAs in Alzheimer’s disease, from molecular mechanism to therapy: everything to please a modern researcher“.

Upcoming seminar with Sebastien Hebert, PhD, on March 8th, 2016 at 1pm (ground-level conference room at MFC1) on “MicroRNAs in Alzheimer’s disease, from molecular mechanism …

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FOCUS Top Physicians 2015 Award to Christine Klein, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Neurology, Luebeck (Parkinson)

FOCUS Top Physicians 2015 Award to Christine Klein, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Neurology, Luebeck (Parkinson). Bildquelle: Universität zu Lübeck

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Aloysius Domingo attended State Employees Dinner

On the 3rd of November, the Minister-President of Schleswig-Holstein, Thorsten Albig, invited employees from different offices, departments and companies in and around SH, to a …

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Christina Lill awarded with the 2015 Renate Maass Research Award

Christina Lill was awarded the 2015 Renate Maass Research Award for Brain Research for her outstanding work elucidating the etiology of Parkinson’s disease and Multiple …

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Ultrasound-controlled botulinum toxin injections for dystonia and spasticity

Date: 14.05.2014 (16:00 – 19:30) Location: Poliklinik der Klinik für Neurologie, Haus 25a Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Lübeck, Ratzeburger Allee 160, 23562 Lübeck Sonographisch kontrollierte Botulinumtoxin-Injektionen …

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Christine Klein is an invited plenary speaker at the 2015 AAN Meeting (CONTROVERSIES IN NEUROLOGY: THURSDAY, APRIL 23)

Christine Klein is an invited plenary speaker at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology and will defend the ‘PRO’ position in the Controversy: …

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Lübecker Kurs Bewegungsstörungen. Sonoanatomie in der Botulinumtoxintherapie. Schwerpunkt obere Extremität

Date: 06.03.2015 Termin: Freitag, 6. März 2015, 9.00-17.15Uhr Stadt: Lübeck Veranstaltungsort: Institute für AnatomieHaus 63Universität zu LübeckCampus Lübeckg   Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen! Wir möchten Sie …

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Christine Klein has been elected new chair of the Congress Scientific Planning Committee of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society for the Annual World Congresses in Berlin 2016 and Vancouver 2017².

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Anatomie der Muskel- und Nervensonographie. Schwerpunkt: Arm und Bein

Date: 20.02.2015 – 21.02.2015 Termin: Freitag, 20.-21.Februar 2015, 14.00-16.00Uhr Stadt: Hamburg Veranstaltungsort: Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-EppendorfCampus Lehre (N55, Raum 210/211)Institut für Anatomie (N61)Martinistrasse 52, 20246 Hamburg   Liebe …

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Stellen als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Assistenzarzt zu besetzen

Das Institut für Neurogenetik (Arbeitsgruppe Bewegungsstörungen und Neuropsychiatrie bei Kindern und Erwachsenen) und die Klinik für Neurologie des Universitätsklinikums Schleswig Holstein, Campus Lübeck haben zum …

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“Vererbt, aber wie? Missing heritability” – Antrittsvorlesung von Priv.-Doz.Dr. rer. nat. Katja

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen, hiermit möchte ich Sie/Euch ganz herzlich zu meiner Antrittsvorlesung am 3. Februar um 18 Uhr im Transitorium (Hörsaal T1) einladen. Das Thema …

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Henry L. Paulson, visiting Professor at the Institute of Neurogenetics

Henry L. Paulson, M.D., Ph.D., is the Lucile Groff Professor of Neurology for Alzheimer¹s Disease and Related Disorders in the Department of Neurology at the …

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8. Update Bewegungsstörungen

Date: 21.01.2015 Termin: Mittwoch, 21. Januar 2015, 18-20.30Uhr Stadt: Lübeck Veranstaltungsort: Atlantic Hotel LübeckSchmiedestr. 9 – 1523552 Lübeck   Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen, wir laden Sie herzlich …

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Tourette syndrome in society

Date: 15.11.2014 Liebe Mitglieder und Freunde der Tourette-Gesellschaft Deutschland, liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen, zu unserer 22. Jahrestagung möchten wir Sie ganz herzlich an die Universität …

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Auszeichnungen für herausragende Forscher

On Wednesday, Nov 5, 2014, Aleksandar Rakovic, PhD from the Institute of Neurogenetics was awarded the ‘Science Prize for the Best Doctoral Thesis’ in the …

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“The cell makers”

A team of five Lübeck scientists has refined a method under which cells can be analyzed in connection with hereditary diseases, eliminating the need for biopsies of tissue from …

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Ministerpräsident Torsten Albig besucht die Universität zu Lübeck

Der Ministerpräsident des Landes Schleswig-Holstein, Torsten Albig, besucht die Universität zu Lübeck. Am Montag, dem 25. August, informiert er sich über eines der profilgebenden Forschungsfelder …

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New Neurogenetics Handbook

To some, the field of neurogenetics appears perplexing and indecipherable. Neurogenetics addresses this issue by providing clinicians with a framework for dealing with these disorders. …

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Ihr Motto: Mit Neugier Menschen helfen

Professorin Meike Kasten forscht für die Neuropsychiatrische Epidemiologie der Universität Lübeck. Aus/from: Lübecker Nachrichten, 2014-08-05 Download a pdf file

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Lecture performance – stigmatisation and exclusion of patients with movement disorders violating pre-set social rules

Date: 04.07.2014 (17:00) Location: Bisbee, Hüxstraße, Lübeck Liebe Mentees, ich würde Sie gerne alle zu der folgenden Veranstaltung am 4. Juli um 17:00 in der Hüxstrasse (im …

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Das geht unter die Haut: Gründerpreis für Uni-Team

Sparkasse zu Lübeck stiftet 10 000 Euro für innovative Ideen aus dem Labor. Für jeden Patienten sollen spezielle Zellen für den Einsatz bei Arznei-Tests entwickelt werden. …

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Multidisciplinary X-linked Dystonia-Parkinsonism (XDP) Workshop

Date: 13.06.2014 – 15.06.2014 The idea for holding an interdisciplinary meeting on X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism (XDP) sprang from the long-term scientific interest of the XDP Study Group of …

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Collaborative Research Center: Hedonic Eating Behavior

Eine Forschergruppe der Universität verschickt 10 000 Fragebögen an zufällig ausgewählte Einwohner – und hofft auf viele Antworten. Aus/from: Lübecker Nachrichten, 2014-04-13 Download a pdf file

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Therapy of the spastic hand

Date: 09.04.2014 (16:00) Location: Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Lübeck, Klinik für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin, Seminarraum 1/2 Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen! Wir laden Sie hiermit herzlich zu …

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Anatomie der Muskel- und Nervensonographie Schwerpunkt: Arm und Bein

Date: 07.03.2014 – 08.03.2014 Location: Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Campus Lehre (N 55, Raum 210/211), Institut für Anatomie (N61) ,Martinistrasse 52, 20246 Hamburg Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen! …

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Bewährtes und neue Perspektiven: Tiefe Hirnstimulation bei neuropsychiatrischen Erkrankungen

Date: 22.02.2014 (09:30 – 14:00) Location: Atlantic Hotel Lübeck, Schmiedestraße 9-15, 23552 Lübeck Sehr geehrte Frau Kollegin, sehr geehrter Herr Kollege, wir dürfen Sie ganz …

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iPS models of PINK1 and Parkin

Date: 02.12.2014 Webcast of the presentation entitled ‘iPS models of PINK1 and Parkin’ given by Christine Klein (Universität zu Lübeck, Germany) presented at the Biochemical …

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Forscher schenken Patienten aus den Philippinen ein neues Leben

Durch ein spendenfinanziertes Kooperationsprojekt konnten zwölf Menschen von der Insel Panay in Lübeck operiert werden. Zu Hause wären sie sonst wohl verloren gewesen. Aus/from: Lübecker Nachrichten, …

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Mittwochsfortbildung: Bewegungsstörungen bei Kindern

Date: 18.12.2013 – 19.12.2013 2013-12-18 Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen, Wir möchten Sie hiermit herzlich zur Mittwochsfortbildung aus dem Bereich Neurogenetik am 18.12.2013 einladen. Nach Gründung des …

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Inaugural Meeting of the Lübeck Center for Rare Diseases

The inaugural meeting of the new Lübeck Center for Rare Diseases founded in April 2013 took place at the University of Lübeck on the 7th …

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Inaugural Meeting of the Lübeck Center for Rare Diseases

Date: 07.12.2013 – 08.12.2013 2013-12-07 The inaugural meeting of the new Lübeck Center for Rare Diseases founded in April 2013 will take place at the …

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Forscher aus aller Welt auf dem Campus

Chicago, Seoul, Vancouver, Tokio und Lübeck – „mit diesen Metropolen in einer Reihe zu stehen, ist doch für unsere Stadt durchaus positiv“, sagt die Lübecker Uni-Professorin Christine Klein. …

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Neues aus der Parkinsonforschung im Rahmen der 8. Jahrestagung der GEO-PD

Date: 19.10.2013 – 20.10.2013 2013-10-19 Sehr geehrte Kolleginnen und Kollegen, wir laden Sie herzlich zu unserer Veranstaltung „Neues aus der Parkinsonforschung“ ein. Im Rahmen der Jahrestagung des „GEO-PD“ …

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2013 Annual Meeting of GEO-PD – Genetic Epidemiology of Parkinson’s Disease – Lübeck, Germany

Date: 17.10.2013 – 20.10.2013 2013 annual meeting of GEO-PD will be hosted by Dr. Christine Klein, Dr. Meike Kasten, and the Institute of Neurogenetics at …

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Spezielle Heil-Zellen für Parkinson-Kranke

Hinter den unscheinbaren Labor- und Bürotüren im dritten Stock des Multifunktionscenters auf dem Uni-Campus arbeiten Lübecker Neurogenetiker an einem weltweit beachteten Projekt: dem Kampf gegen die Parkinson-Krankheit, einer neurologischen Bewegungsstörung, die meist im höheren Alter auftritt. …

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Die Lübecker Uni-Neurogenetiker auf dem langen Weg zur individuellen Behandlung von Parkinson

Seit vielen Jahren reden die Medizin- und Pharmabranchen weltweit von der Medizin der Zukunft als tatsächlich individualisierter Behandlung und Medikation. Noch ist der Fortschritt in …

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Weibliche Wissenschaft: Wara Wende an der Uni

Wenn Wissenschaft weiblich wird, bekommt sie ein sehr lebensnahes Gesicht. Schön zu erleben beim Antrittsbesuch von Wissenschaftsministerin Professorin Wara Wende (parteilos) an der Uni Lübeck, …

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Neurologin des UKSH mit Hirnforschungspreis ausgezeichnet

Privatdozentin Dr. Katja Lohmann, Klinik für Neurologie, Campus Lübeck, ist diesjährige Preisträgerin des Renate-Maaß-Forschungspreises für Hirnforschung. Damit werden ihre Arbeiten zur Aufklärung der genetischen Ursachen …

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800 000 Euro für Lübecks Uni-Forscher

Lübecker Forschungen zur Neurogenetik werden im Rahmen eines europaweiten Forschungsprogramms mit 113 Wissenschaftlergruppen mit rund 800 000 Euro gefördert. Die Uni Lübeck ist mit der …

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Pränatale Diagnostik und Therapie bei Neurotransmitter-Erkrankung

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Norbert Brüggemann aus der Sektion für Klinische und Molekulare Neurogenetik, Universitätsklinik für Neurologie Lübeck, wurde in diesem Jahr mit dem Junior Award der …

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Unkontrollierbare Muskelkontraktionen bei Musikern möglicherweise erblich

Dr. med. Dipl. mus. Alexander Schmidt, Sektion für Klinische und Molekulare Neurogenetik und Universitätsklinik für Neurologie Lübeck, wird mit dem Junior Award Klinische Forschung 2011 …

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Heinrich-Dräger-Wissenschaftspreis 2010 für Dr. Alexander Schmidt

Dr. med. Dipl. mus. Alexander Schmidt erhielt den Heinrich-Dräger-Wissenschaftspreis 2010 für die beste wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichung eines Nachwuchswissenschaftlers an der Universität zu Lübeck.

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David-Marsden-Preis 2009

Dr. rer. nat. Ana Djarmati und Dr. med. Susanne A. Schneider, Schilling-Sektion für Klinische und Molekulare Neurogenetik der Universität zu Lübeck, wurden für ihre in …

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Genetik bei Restless Legs noch am Anfang

Dr. Katja Lohmann von der Lübecker Universität hofft, mit ihrem Team das erste RLS-Gen zu identifizieren. Die Molekularbiologin leitet das RLS-Projekt an der Universität Lübeck, …

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In Südtirols Alpentälern dem Krankheitsgen auf der Spur

Prof. Christine Klein (links) bespricht im Labor ihrer Arbeitsgruppe mit Dipl.-Ing. Anne Grünewald die Ergebnisse einer genetischen Analyse (im Hintergrund: v.l. Alexsandar Rakovic, Philip Seibler …

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Kooperationsvertrag zwischen Lübeck und Bozen

Die Europäische Akademie Bozen (EURAC) und die Universität zu Lübeck haben einen Kooperationsvertrag geschlossen. Darin vereinbaren sie die Förderung und Vertiefung der bestehenden wissenschaftlichen Zusammenarbeit. …

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Researchers from Lübeck clarify the role of TREM2 R47H in neurodegenerative diseases

A sequence variant in the TREM2 gene (R47H) was recently proposed as a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. In a large international effort, Drs. Lill and Bertram …

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Heinrich-Dräger-Wissenschaftspreis für Dr. Katja Hedrich

Dr. rer. nat. Katja Hedrich erhält den erstmals vergebenen Heinrich-Dräger-Wissenschaftspreis. Sie wird damit für ihre herausragende wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichung zu den molekularen Ursachen der Parkinson-Krankheit ausgezeichnet. …

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VW hilft Lübecks Uni: 1,4 Millionen für Lehrstuhl

Premiere in Lübeck: Dr. Christine Klein (35) in ihrem Labor. Fünf Wissenschaftler haben eine Lichtenberg- Professur bekommen, die Neurogenetikerin gehört dazu. Premiere in Lübeck: Eine …

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1,4 Millionen Euro für die Neurogenetik

Mit 1,4 Millionen Euro wird am Lübecker Universitätsklinikum eine Stiftungsprofessur für Klinische und Molekulare Neurogenetik eingerichtet. Die Finanzierung übernimmt die VolkswagenStiftung. Weitere Informationen.

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