SFB 829 PhD student & Postdoc Minisymposium

The aim of the SFB 829 PhD student & Postdoc Minisymposium is to provide a platform where advanced PhD students and Postdocs of the SFB present their latest findings to members of the SFB, participants of the Friday Dermatology Seminar Series and other persons interested in skin biology.

4th Minisymposium, July 2017

Date: July 7, 3.00 – 5.30 pm

Venue: Lecture Hall CECAD Research Center


Julian Nüchel – “Novel insights into the regulated secretion of TGFß1”

Kira Allmeroth – “Deciphering the role of the hexosamine pathway in skin homeostasis”

Jana Knüver – ”The impact of mitochondrial deficiency on dermal fibroblast function”

Julia Hatzold – “Hypotonic stress combined with loss of epithelial polarity activates an oncogenic pathway in a zebrafish epidermal tumor model”


3rd Minisymposium, April 2015

Date: April 24, 3.00 – 5.30 pm

Venue: Lecture Hall CECAD Research Center


Alexandra Zuk – “In vivo consequences of Fibrillin deficiency“

Melina Mescher – “Non cell autonomous role of epidermal polarity
protein Par3 in melanocyte homeostasis and

Jayesh Deshmukh – “Role of Rac1 in skin carcinognesis and
keratinocyte apoptosis”

Manuel Metzger – “Cutaneous wound healing in zebrafish”


2nd Minisymposium, January 2014

Date: January 31, 3.00 – 5.30 pm

Venue: Lecture Hall CECAD-building


Matthias RübsamSFB829 travel grants – more than collaboration“

Karen Reuter“Molecular mechanisms of stem cell-driven skin tumour initiation”

Jan-Niklas Schulz“Disruption of the integrin-ILK axis attenuates fibrotic responses”

Nives Moro“Role of ADAM-9 in tumor invasion and metastasis of malignant melanoma”


Jan-Niklas Schulz

1st Minisymposium, April 2013

Date: April 19, 3.00 – 5.30 pm

Venue: Lecture hall, CMMC building


Christian Günschmann – “Insulin/IGF-1 control epidermal morphogenesis through FoxO mediated regulation of p63 transcriptional activity”

Johanna Knipper – “Mechanisms and functional consequences of macrophage activation in skin repair”

Safiya Khurshid – “The role of Apoptosis-Antagonizing Transcription Factor in DNA damage signaling and the p53 response: studies in highly proliferating versus postmitotic tissues”

Michael Mueller – “DAF-16/FoxO and EGL-27/GATA promote developmental growth in response to persistent somatic DNA damage”

from left to right: Johanna Knipper, Safiya Khurshid and Michael Mueller

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