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Travel Grant for Rukmali Wijayarathna

HIMR Hudson/ Harold Mitchell Grant

Congratulations to Rukmali Wijayarathna, alumna of project 9 and associated IRTG member, who received that travel grant for attending the 6th International Molecular Andrology Workshop taking place Sep 24-26, 2019 in Giessen. Well done!

May 2019

International Scientist Award for Andreas Meinhardt

Andreas Meinhardt receives the 2019 Fuller W. Bazer SSR International Scientist Award

The Fuller W. Bazer SSR International Scientist Award recognises an outstanding international scientist who has consistently demonstrated excellence in research and graduate education at an institution outside of North America and who demonstrates outstanding potential for leading and directing scientific research overseas.

The award will be conferred to Andreas at the SSR 2019 Annual Meeting to be held 18-21 July in San José, California, US.

It's a fantastic achievement for IRTG to have a second recipient of this reknown recognition.

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April 2019

Two Travel Grants for Britta Klein

to attend the ASA Conference "Fertility and Men's Health"

Britta's successfully applied for the ASA Travel Grant and a travel grant from the funds of the JLU Postdoc Career and Mentoring Office (PCMO) which support her participation in 44th Annual Conference of the American Society of Andrology held 06-09 Apr 2019 in Chicago, USA. Congratulations!

April 2019

Best Talk Award for Jessica Ott

Jessica Ott received one of the two best talk awards at the DGA

Congratulations to Jessica, the first medical student in IRTG to be awarded.
She had agreed to orally present her project at the Annual Meeting of the German Society of Andrology (DGA), held 29 Nov - 01 Dec 2018 in Giessen.

Title: "Molekulares Expressionsmuster von TOP2A und SF1 in normaler und gestörter Spermatogenese im humanen Hoden"

Well done!

December 2018

Best Poster Award for Beatrix Stadler

Bea honoured with best poster award at the 30th DGA Annual Meeting

 Congrats to Bea who received an award from the German Society of Andrology for her poster presented at the Annual Meeting held 29 Nov - 01 Dec 2018 in Giessen

Title of poster: "Die Kontraktilität von Prostatadrüsen in Unterscheidung zu Prostatagängen und Oxytocins Einfluss hierauf".

Nice going!

December 2018

Best Talk for Mathias Seidensticker

10th National Symposium on Advances in Gastrointestinal & Urogenital Research

Congratulations to Mathias who received an award for the best oral presentation in Glenelg, Adelaide
Well done!

November 2018

Best Poster Award for Beatrix Stadler

3rd place Best Poster Award at the 11th GGL Annual Conference

Bea from project 12 was awarded for one of the best posters at the conference. Posters are evaluated by a specially compiled committee.

Well done Bea!    

Poster title:
The difference in contractility between prostatic ducts and glands, and how oxytocin is involved

September 2018

Travel Grant for Britta Klein

funded by von-Behring-Roentgen Stiftung

Congratulations to Britta who secured a travel grant covering the cost for her participation in the 20th European Testis Workshop held 23-27 May in Obidos, Portugal.

Nice going!

May 2018

Travel Grants for Mathias

for the ICS 2018 in Philadelphia, USA

Mathias successful application for the ADB Travel Grant and the Monash Travel Grant (Study away) enabled him to attend the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society. Congratulations!

August 2018

Wolfgang Weidner acknowledged with Order of Merit

IRTG fellow investigator awarded with the highest recognition of the Federal Republic of Germany

Wolfgang Weidner acknowledged with Order of MeritFor his outstanding honorary commitment in the field of Medicine, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Weider, dean of the Medical Faculty, received the Order of Merit first grade conferred by Volker Bouffier Minister-President of the state of Hesse.

August 2018

Best Poster Award for Christine Kleinert

Poster Prize awarded at the ESA-SRB Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 19-22 Aug 2018

Christine Kleinert receiving her ECR Best Poster Award from Kate LovelandCongratulations to Christine (IRTG project 7) who won this year’s  Early Career Researcher Poster award with her poster entitled "Investigation of intratesticular inflammatory responses in humans and mice implicates activin A as a potential inducer of fibrosis in the testis". Bravo!

August 2018

International Scientist Award for Kate Loveland

Kate Loveland receives the Fuller W. Blazer SSR International Scientist Award

The Fuller W. Bazer SSR International Scientist Award recognises an outstanding international scientist who has consistently demonstrated excellence in research and graduate education at an institution outside of North America and who demonstrates outstanding potential for leading and directing scientific research overseas.

The award will be conferred to Kate at the SSR 2018 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana, US.

It's a great achievement and a well-merited recognition of your superb performance, Kate.

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June 2018

Travel Grants for Siv Indumathy and Dana Püschl

ASRI Travel Grand Award for ASRI-CSI Annual Meeting,  June 28 - July 01 2018 in Shanghai (CN)

Travel Award Siv Indumathy and Dana PüschlCongratulations to Siv and Dana (both IRTG project 2) who receive that travel grant to attend the ASRI-CSI Annual Meeting and to present their papers.

Siv's being entitled "Delineating the testicular leukocyte population in the adult mouse"

Dana's being entitled "The testicular germ cell tumor line (TCam-2) drives M0 and M1 macrophages (THP-1derived monocytes) into the immunosuppressive M2 phenotype"

This is a fantastic achievement  for IRTG with students taking home two of the 10 travel grants that were issued. Great job, ladies!

April 2018

Best Poster Award for Mathias Seidensticker

Mathias honoured with the best poster award at the 7th DVR-Congress held 7-9 Dec 2017 in Munich

 Congrats to Mathias who received an award for his poster then selected for oral presentation.

Title of poster: "Ejaculation disorders and treatment of BPH: Disturbed function of prostate ducts and seminal vesicles by alpha1-adrenergic receptor blocker tamsulosin but not by PDE5 inhibitors".

Nice going!

December 2017

Best Talk Award for Britta Klein

Britta Klein has been awarded for the best talk at the 1. Science Day of the medical department

Congratulations to Britta, who received an award for the best talk in the section "basic / theoretical research".
Britta agreed to be a speaker at the First Science Day of the medical department at JLU.

Good job!

November 2017

Best Talk Award for Sivanjah Indumathy

Sivanjah awarded as best speaker at the 10th GGL annual conference

Sivanjah best talk 2017 Congratulations to Sivanjah winning the award for her outstanding talk "Deciphering the Immune Cell Composition in the Adult Mouse Testis"

All talks are evaluated via online voting by the complete audience. Well done, Siv!

September 2017

Two Grants for Sophie Lee

to attend the US Endocrine Society Meeting and its Early Career Forum Workshop

Congrats to Sophie who received the Early Career Forum Award and the Australasian Women in Endocrinology Early Career Travel Grant for her participation in both meetings, held March 17-19, 2018.

Well done, Sophie!

March 2018

Travel Grant for Elham Savadi Shiraz

funded by CamBioScience

Congratulations to Elham who received a travel grant supporting her participation in the "CRISPR Genome Editing: Design & Strategy" workshop held 18-19 June 2018 at Cambridge, UK.

Nice going!

May 2018

Next Travel Grant for Dana

for the "9th Copenhagen Workshop on Testicular Germ Cell Cancer" in October 2018

Dana's successful application for a 2018 CRH Travel Award (Centre for Reproductive Health, Hudson Institute of Medical Research) enables her to attend one of the most interesting conferences in her field of research. Well done, Dana!

May 2018

NYRA Board awarded two IRTG Alumni

Britta & Constanze have been honored with awards at the 10th Meeting of the NYRA

Klein & Maresch Awards NYRA meeting Brussels Sep 2017The Award for best abstract was awarded to both of them at the at the meeting of the "Network for Young Researchers in Andrology" taking place in Brussels, September 11-13.
The award is linked with a ISA Travel Grant over 500€ each.

Moreover, Conni's oral presentation of her doctoral research has been rewarded with the price best speaker!

Congratulations to Britta and Conni!

September 2017

Travel Grant for Dana Püschl

Dana Püschel received a travel grant to participate at the Annual Scientific Meetings of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2017

Congrats to Dana for her travel grant to these annual meetings, August 27-30, in Perth where she held her oral presentation on "Neoplasia in human testis: potential role and functional polarization of M1 and M2 macrophages"

August 2017

Award for Sophie Lee

Three Minutes Oral Thesis Award at the 8th Annual Australian Society for Medical Research.

Sophie gave a compelling presentation on her thesis in just three minutes. Congratulations to her for the highly commended presentation of her thesis the award!

June 2017

Travel Grant for Britta Klein

ISA Travel Grant for meeting in Denmark

Britta has secured the ISA travel grant to attend the 11th International Congess of Andrology, held 06-209 May 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Good job!

May 2017

Travel Grant for Christine Kleinert

Christine obtained a travel grant by "Deutsche Gesellschaft für Andrologie"

Congratulations to Christine who received a travel grant covering the cost for attending her participation at the ICA2017 taking place Mai 06 - 09, 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Good job!

April 2017

Best Poster Award for Sophie Lee

Sophie Lee honoured with best poster award in London

Congratulations to Sophie who received the best poster award at the congress of the European Association of Urology, March 24-28, in London.

Title of the poster:
Myogenic tone is significantly increased in benign prostatic hyperplasia and can be attenuated by sildenafil and tamsulosin, with outcome associated to patient age and prostate volume

March 2017

Erasmus+ grant for IRTG admin

Visit at Monash to exchange knowlege of administrative tasks

PJ in AustralienJLU Administrator, Pia Jürgens, spent 10 fruitful days in Melbourne. Key objective of her visit was to build an in-depth working knowledge of procedures for student enrollment, management during candidature and at the time of thesis submission. 

November 2016

Runner up for Sophie

Presentation award at student symposium

Sophie secured the second best presentation of 3rd year students at the Annual Postgraduate Student Symposium Nov 9, 2016.  Congrats!

November 2016

Picture Award for Christine Kleinert

Best picture award at "9th GGL Annual Conference"

Christine, doctoral researcher in project 7 has ben awarded with a price for the best picture within the category research for her photograph ‚Peritubular Cells‘.

Congrats on that!

September 2016

Best Poster Award for Mathias Seidensticker

3rd place Best Poster Award at the 9th GGL Annual Conference

Best Poster Award GGL AC 2016 Mathias SeidenstickerMathias from project 6 was awarded for one of the best posters at the conference. Posters are evaluated by a specially compiled committee.

Well done Mathias!    

Poster title:
Visualization of PDE5 inhibitor effects in the prostate: no evidence for disturbances of ejaculation

September 2016

Best Talk Award for Anna-Lena Hempfling

Anna-Lena awarded as best speaker in Rennes 

ALH RennesThe 9th meeting of the International Network for Young Researchers in Male Fertility (INYRMF) took place in Rennes, France.

Congratulations to Anna-Lena!

June 2016

Travel Grants for Rukmali

from DAAD and the Larry Ewing Memorial Trainee Travel Fund (375 US$)

To attend and give a long oral presentation at the SSR 2016 meeting (Society for the Study of Reproduction) Rukmali has secured two travel grants this June.

Title of presentation:
Activin over-expression is associated with androgen deficiency and structural alterations in the murine male reproductive tract

June 2016

Travel Grant for Anna-Lena Hempfling

INYRMF and ISA Grant  for ETW, St. Malo, France, June 11-15, 2016

The International Network for Young Researchers on Male Fertility has selected Anna-Lena's abstract for a talk at their meeting in Rennes, France to be held June 09-10, 2016.

With the support of the International Society of Andrology, these abstracts are awarded with a free registration for the ensuing European Testis Workshop in St. Malo. Compliments on this new success, Anna-Lena!

May 2016

Travel Grant for Rukmali Wijayarathna

Centre for Reproductive Health PhD Student Travel Grant

Congratulations to Rukmali (IRTG project 9) who received that travel grant covering the cost for attending the European Testis Workshop taking place June 11- 15, 2016 in St. Malo, France and for lab visits in USA. Good job!

May 2016

Macrophage image of Sivanjah selected for exhibition

"Snapshots of the Immune System"

Sivanjah's photo visualising macrophages in the adult mouse testis has been selected to be displayed at the inaugural Day of Immunology photography exhibition. Congratulations on your success!

April 2016

Travel Grant for Nour Nicolas

Monash University Postgraduate Travel Grant for the ETW, St. Malo, France, June 11-15, 2016

Congratulations to Nour (IRTG project 7) who won the travel grant for the European Testis Workshop where she will be presenting her research results in a 5 minutes talk. Well done!

April 2016

Travel Grant for Nour Nicolas

Postgraduate Travel Grant Award

Nour has been awarded with the Postgrad Tavel Grant Award by Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

March 2016

Abstract Prize for Christiane Pleuger

Christiane Pleuger awarded with the German Society of Reproduction Abstract Prize

Congratulations to Christiane for receiving this Abstract Prize at the Annual Meeting of Physiology and Pathology of Reproduction, Munich.

Well done!

February 2016

Best Abstract Award for Anna-Lena Hempfling

First prize of the DGRM (German Society of Reproductive Medicine) Abstract Awards

The award is connected with an oral presentation at the ceremony held at the 41th Joint conference of Veterinary and Human Medicine (in the context of the 49th Annual Conference "Physiology and Pathology of Reproductions 2016").

Our congratulations to Anna-Lana for this success! Great job!

February 2016

Best Talk Award for Britta Klein

at the 8th Annual GGL Conference 2015

Congratulations to Britta ( IRTG project 2) who won the award for her outstanding talk "To What Extent Can Human Testicular Cancer Cells Actively Shape Their Immunological Microenvironment?"

The talks are evaluated via online voting by the complete audience. Well done, Britta!

October 2015

Poster Award for Nour Nicolas

Poster Prize awarded at the ESA-SRB Conference, Adelaide, Australia, Aug 23-26, 2015

Poster award Nour NicolasCongratulations to Nour (IRTG project 7) who won this year’s  Early Career Researcher Poster award with her poster entitled "Testicular activin A during the development of autoimmune orchitis in mice". Bravo!

August 2015

Travel Grants for Sivanjah Indumathy

Two travel grants for conferences in Australia obtained

Sivanjah received grants to participate at the Inflammation in Reproduction, Pregnancy and Development Symposium in Palm Cove, Australia as well as the Joint Conference of the Society for Reproductive Biology/Endocrine Society of Australia at Gold Coast were she contributed with a talk.

August 2016

Travel Award for Constanze Maresch

Travel grant for annual meeting

Conni has been awarded with a travel grant to participate at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia (ESA) and the Society of Reproductive Biology (SRB) in Adelaide (AUS).

August 2015

Travel Grant & Poster Award for Nour Nicolas

Honoured through Travel Grant as well as Poster Award by the Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB)

We are happy to announce that Nour Nicolas has been awarded with a travel grant by the Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB).

Moreover she received an Early Career Research Poster Award from the SRB and Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia.

August 2015

Award for Nour Nicolas

Three Minutes Competition between Center of Reproductive Health and Center of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases at Monash

Award Three Minutes CompetitionThe competition asks PhD students to give a compelling presentation on their thesis in just three minutes in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Congratulations to Nour for the vivid presentation of her thesis in 3 minutes and the award! Fingers crossed for the next level!

July 2015

Travel Grant for Anna-Lena Hempfling

SOBS Travel Grant for the EMBL Australia PhD Symposium, Sidney, Australia, Dec 03-05, 2014

Travel grant for Anna-Lena Hempfling

Congratulations to Anna-Lena (IRTG project 1) who won a Travel Grant for her poster contribution at the EMBL Australia PhD Symposium. Nice going!

December 2014

Poster Award for Rukmali Wijayarathna

Poster Prize awarded at MIMR-PHI Postgraduate Symposium, Clayton, AUS, Oct 2014

Poster award for Rukmali WijayarathnaCongratulations to Rukmali (IRTG project 9) who won this year's MIMR-PHI Postgraduate Student Prize for the best poster!

The poster entitled "Activin and follistatin are important for the structure and function of the murine male reproductive tract" had been chosen among the posters that all first and second PhD students as well as Master students had presented. Well done!

October 2014