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Karin Prien, Minister for Education, Science and Culture of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, visited the campus to learn about new findings about the ELISA study

During a pandemic, housing situation and understanding language can have a major impact on people’s health. Refugees living in shared housing are at higher health risk than people living in an apartment or house. In shared accommodations, many people live in close quarters and they often share sanitary facilities and kitchens. Researchers at the University …

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Interview with Prof. Christine Klein on First one-year longitudinal study of SARS-CoV2 infections

First one-year longitudinal study of SARS-CoV2 infections yields important findings on infection rates and dynamics, underreporting, risk factors, and impact of lockdown and alleviating measures on infection rates. In the interview with Katrin Neumann (N-TV), Prof. Christine Klein shares the latest findings on the Corona location in Germany and the world. Sources: https://www.n-tv.de/mediathek/videos/panorama/infektionsztszahlen-sinken-impftpepo-bleveltamt-sich-article22566093.html https://www.stern.de/gesundheit/corona-in-Germany–Antuelle-News-zum-coronavirus-in-deutschland–Video–9526032.html

The Institute welcomes two new colleagues, Natascha Bahr and Leonie Schröder

Leonie Schröder is a graduate of the University of Lübeck with a Bachelor´s degree in computational life sciences. Natscha Bahr is a trained media designer. Both new group members will work on the the improvement of our data infrastructure, data quality and safety in the Institute of Neurogenetics and the working group of Meike Kasten. …

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Institute welcomes new Ph.D. student Theresa Lüth

In 2020, Theresa Lüth completed her master thesis under the supervision of Dr. Joanne Trinh in the group “Integrative Omics Approaches in Parkinson’s Disease” and started as a Ph.D. student this year. During her Ph.D. thesis, she will investigate genetic and environmental modifiers associated with the age at onset of Parkinson’s disease and use the …

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Institute welcomes new intern Neos Cruz

Neos Cruz is a graduate of the University of the Philippines Diliman with a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. He is interested in elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative diseases. For his undergraduate thesis, he studied the role of neuron-specific splicing factors in regulating expression of N-TAF1, a gene implicated in X-linked Dystonia …

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