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Welcome to Pradeep!

New doctoral student starts in the group of Lutz Konrad/ Sebastian Galuska

Kudipudi, Pradeep KumarWe sincerely welcome Pradeep Kumar Kudipudi , new student in project 3, taking the place of Kai-Hui Chan to whom we send our best wishes for her future. We are looking forward to a successful collaboration.

September 2015

Welcome to Christiane!

New PhD student starts in the group of Martin Bergmann/ Klaus Steger

Pleuger, ChristianeThe IRTG cordially welcomes Christiane Pleuger, the new associated doctoral student in project 1. We are looking forward to a successful collaboration.

September 2015

Welcome back to Anna-Lena and Britta!

Doctoral students of project 1 and project 2 return to Giessen

Having successfully completed their research year at Monash Anna-Lena Hempfling and Britta Klein return to JLU to continue their project work in Martin Bergmann’s group. A very warm welcome back!

September 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 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

Welcome to Nils!

New PhD student starts in the group of Florian Wagenlehner/ Undraga Schagdarsurengin

Nesheim, NilsThe IRTG cordially welcomes Nils Nesheim, the new PhD student in project 5 (Andrology lab). We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation.

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

Welcome to Christina!

New medical student in project 5

Hagenkötter, ChristinaChristina Hagenkötter will carry out research in the lab of Florian Wagenlehner/ Undraga Schagdarsurengin for her thesis. We wish her a fruitful time in IRTG!

July 2015

Publication in project 3

Paper of IRTG student Kai-Hui Chan accepted in Cell Signal

Shihan M, Chan KH, Konrad L, Scheiner-Bobis G
Non-classical testosterine signaling in spermatogenic cell line GC-2 is mediated through ZIP9, a GPCR interacting with Gnα 11
Cell Signal; 2015 Jul 21; epub ahead of print

PubMed PMID: 26208885

July 2015

Welcome to Robert!

Student change in project 6 under direction of Ralf Middendorff

Kügler, RobertRobert Kügler, doctoral student associated to the project since September 2014, will replace Yudy Tjahjono whom we wish all the best for the future. We are looking forward to a successful collaboration.

June 2015

Welcome to Maciej!

First Monash PhD student at JLU!

Szarek, MaciejA warm welcome to Maciej Szarek (of Kate Loveland’s group) for his research year in the labs of Lutz Konrad/ Sebastian Galuska (project 3) and Martin Bergmann (project 2). We hope you enjoy your stay in Germany!

June 2015

Nour and Constanze off to Australia

3rd and 4th JLU doctoral student at Monash!

Nour and Constanze off to AustraliaNour Nicolas (project 7 under direction of Monika Fijak/Sudhanshu Bhushan) and Constanze Maresch (project 8 under direction of Thomas Linn) have started their research stay abroad. At Monash, both will be hosted by Mark Hedger. We wish a lot of success and a pleasant stay in Australia.

May 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

IRTG speakers Britta Klein and Brooke Pereira

IRTG Melbourne Reproductive Health and Biology Workshop, Dec 09, 2014

IRTG Melbourne Reproductive Health and Biology Workshop

 

Instead of Brooke who unfortunately was unable to attend, Anna-Lena gave a talk at the IRTG workshop.

December, 2014

 

We are very proud of Britta and Brooke who agreed to be speakers at the Melbourne Workshop!

 

Britta's talk:

Crosstalk in human testicular cancer - interaction between cancer cells, immune cells, cytokines and the Hedgehog signalling pathways

 

Brooke's talk:

3D in vitro models to investigate the role of the tumour microenvironment in localised prostate cancer progression

December 2014

IRTG members meet in Shanghai

VI. Epididymis Workshop, Shanghai, Oct 31 - Nov 03, 2014

VI. Epididymis Workshop Shanghai

Vera Michel, Andreas Meinhardt and Mark Hedger met in Shanghai for a joint data presentation of P9.

P6 supervisor Ralf Middendorff also took part in the meeting.

November 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

Adjunct Professorship for Andreas Meinhardt

 JLU spokesperson becomes honorary lecturer at Monash!

Andreas Meinhardt's lecture at MonashAndreas Meinhardt has been offered a new adjunct appointment as a professor with the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at Monash University. He is very glad to accept this honour.

It's already the second Adjunct Appointment at Monash. His appointment with MIMR-PHI in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences has just been extended until December 2017.

Congratulations!

October 2014

Kate Loveland awarded JLU Liebig Professorship

Awards ceremony during  JLU delegation's visit at Monash University, Sep 25, 2014

Kate Loveland awarded JLU Liebig professorship

Press

Gießener Anzeiger, Oct 04,2014

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With the award that reminds of the most famous researcher and eponym of the university, Justus Liebig, JLU wants to honour renowned scientists for their outstanding achievements and to intensify international scientific relationship.

It's a great pleasure for us that IRG member Kate Loveland has been elected.

September 2014

Kate Loveland awarded extension of JLU Liebig Professorship

Kate Loveland honoured at the dinner reception hosted by the JLU International Office

Kate Loveland awarded JLU Liebig professorship

Press Release JLU (in German)

In the presence of the Australian Ambassador  H.E. Lynette Wood and Monash University Vice-Provost Prof. Zlatko Skrbis,  JLU president Prof. Joybrato Mukherjee conveyed the new certificate to Prof. Kate Loveland.

With the award that reminds of the most famous researcher and eponym of the university, Justus Liebig, JLU wants to honour renowned scientists for their outstanding achievements and to intensify international scientific relationship.

This honour is reapproval of Kate's outstanding contribution to the Monash-JLU relationship. Great!

March 2017