News and Press
Publications of Hiba
We are glad to annouce that Hiba published two articles:
2. Autoantibodies in central nervous system trauma: new frontiers for diagnosis and prognosis biomarkers in the book Biomarkers for Traumatic Brain Injury 1st Edition
June and July 2020
Medical student in project 10
Welcome to Anika who will spend the next 6 months in Andreas Meinhardt's lab to carry out research for her thesis project under supervision of Sudhanshu Bhushan. We wish her a fruitful stay and a succesful time here with us at the IRTG!
IRTG postdoc receives the 2020 Von-Behring-Röntgen Young Researcher Award
The Von-Behring-Röntgen-Nachwuchspreis has been awarded for the twelvth time and recognises two junior scientists (one from Marburg and and from Giessen) who have demonstrated outstanding scientific research in their early career.
Christiane has been chosen for her excellent work in P1 and P9. The award will be conferred in a public ceremony in upcoming October.
It's a terrific achievement. Great job! Cheerio!
Paper published in Cell and Tissue Research
We are very pleased about the new joint publication of the projects P7 and P9
Review published in Human Reproduction Update
We are glad about Christiane Pleuger's new publication for P1 "Haploid male germ cells—the Grand Central Station of protein transport"
Congratulations to Rashidul for winning a poster award
Rashidul (IRTG project 2) won a poster award with his poster entitled "Tumour infiltrating T lymphocytes in human testis cancer - identification and functional analysis" on th 53th Annual Conference Physiology and Pathology of Reproduction and 45th Joint meeting of Human and Veterinary Medicine - Congratulations!
Congratulations to Nils for successful degree completion
Nils achieved his PhD - congratulations! We wish him all the best for his future.
New doctoral student in the group of Monika Fijak
We cordially welcome Hiba Hasan, new student in project 7. We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation.
Medical student in project 9
Welcome to Minea who will spend the next 6 months in Andreas Meinhardt's lab to carry out research for her thesis. We wish her a fruitful stay and a succesful time here with us at the IRTG!
Paper published in Molecular Human Reproduction
Another success in project 9 has been achieved with the publication of the Britta Klein's paper IRTG publication "Differential tissue-specific damage caused by bacterial epididymo-orchitis in the mouse"
Mathias completed his PhD degree - Congratulations
Mathias is the ninth student to successfully finish his doctorate. Well done! Applause and all our best wishes for the new position!
Paper of IRTG student Pradeep Kumar Kudipudi
Elham submitted thesis
Elham submitted her tesis in December 2019. Good job!
Proteomics in seminal plasma as predictor of successful sperm retrieval in infertile azoospermic men
New PhD student starting under supervision of Daniela Fietz
The IRTG cordially welcomes Shashika Kothalawala, new PhD student in project 1.
We are looking forward to a successful cooperation.
DFG delegation meeting IRTG at Monash
On the occasion of his visit to Monash University Prof. Dr. Peter Strohschneider, the president of the German Research Foundation, and his entourage met with IRTG members to discuss about our training group and its achievements.
Medical student in project 6
Welcome to Dirk who will spend the next 6 months in Ralf Middendorff's lab to carry out research for his thesis. We wish him a fruitful stay and a succesful time here with us at the IRTG!
12th NYRA Meeting - 23-24 September 2019
6th International Molecular Andrology Workshop - 24-26 September 2019
50th anniversary of the Urology department - 26-27 September 2019
More than 200 researchers and clinicians from nearly 30 countries came together to exchange latest insights in Andrology/ Urology research during the three events mainly organised by IRTG members.
Constanze Maresch, alumna from IRTG and NYRA board member, set up the meeting for the Network of Young Researchers in Andrology. Andreas Meinhardt and Hans-Christian Schuppe hosted the Molecular Andrology Workshop. And Florian Wagenlehner as head of the Urology Department invited for the 50th anniversary symposium.
On this occasion we were happy to also welcome IRTG members from Monash, Kate and Bruce Loveland as well as alumna 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!