Symposium

Cellular signaling platforms – from molecules to organisms (June 6 - 8, 2019)

Tissue differentiation and cellular functions in multicellular organisms require constant communication across cellular interfaces. Exchange of information and signals mostly occurs via assembly and disassembly of molecular platforms that serve as cellular decision-making hubs. In our collaborative research center CRC1348 we are investigating such contacts at various levels of organization, ranging from how particular plasma membrane domains are formed in isolated cells, at interfaces between neighboring cells, to the study of functional consequences of selected cellular interfaces in the organismal context. At our first international CRC1348 symposium, we are bringing together scientists to discuss the following topics: membrane trafficking, cell migration, mechanobiology, and vascular, epithelial and neuronal development. One major goal here is to identify common themes that connect the different levels of organization.

The meeting is also thought as a stepping stone for young group leaders from the Münster area who showcase as scientific organizers (M. Pitulescu and S. Rumpf) and as invited speakers (P. Bieling, M. Bohnert, M. Galic, M. Matis, S. Rumpf, B. Trappmann). This lineup is completed by internationally accomplished scientists from the United States, Switzerland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Germany, including the keynote speakers, Rüdiger Klein, Tomas Kirchhausen, and Kristy Red-Horse. The target audience are scientists from all career stages interested in the topics of the meeting.

No fees and no registration required.

Invited speakers: http://sfb1348.uni-muenster.de/symposium/speakers
Program: http://sfb1348.uni-muenster.de/symposium/program

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Rafael being pulled to the Badestrasse after the graduation ceremony

Rafael Krämer - first graduated PhD Student from the CRC1348 IRTG

We are happy to announce that in December 2019 Rafael Krämer from the Rumpf lab was graduated as first PhD student from the CRC1348 IRTG. Congratulations Dr. Krämer and well done!

CRC1348 Retreat 2019 Oberwerries

CRC 1348 Retreat 2019 Oberwerries

The CRC has staged a successful and productive annual retreat at the Landesturnschule Oberwerries with lots of mental and some physical exercise. We are due to return fully equipped with sweat pants, trainers and shower gel in 2020!