PRESS RELEASES, SPECIAL ISSUES & AWARDS

PRESS RELEASES, SPECIAL ISSUES & AWARDS

Prof. Dr. Pasparakis (CECAD and SFB 829) was able to gain valuable findings on mechanisms of cell death and how it can cause or prevent inflammation (August, 2014)

Dr. S. Kumari, Postdoc at the SFB 829 Project “TP A4 Pasparakis”, is one of the co-authors of this “Nature” publication.

For more information please follow the link mentioned below:
Press release

SFB 829 Scientific Coordinator & Speaker in Journal of Investigative Dermatology (January 2014)

Carien Niessen and Thomas Krieg just published the article “Clinician Scientists and PhDs: The Need to Connect Basic Research to Translational Medicine—A Personal Experience” in the JID editorial. To see the whole articel please follow the link mentioned below.
http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v134/n2/full/jid2013466a.html

New publication by M. Niessen et al. (TP A! Niessen) at the Journal of Cell Biology (JCB), cover (September, 2013)

“Confocal microscopy shows the tail skin of a control mouse stained for keratin 14 (red) and DNA (blue). Niessen et al. reveal that, in the absence of atypical protein kinase Cλ, epidermal homeostasis and differentiation are disrupted due to an increase in asymmetric cell divisions” (JCB webpage: http://jcb.rupress.org/content/202/6.cover-expansion) Image © 2013 Niessen et al.

SFB 829 PhD student won the Dermato-Endokrinologie Award at the Annual ADF Meeting (June 2014)

Christian Günschmann was awarded with the “8. Forschungspreis der AG Dermato-Endokrinologie e.V.” sponsored by Vichy for his article “Insulin/IGF-1 Controls Epidermal Morphogenesis via Regulation of FoxO-Mediated p63 Inhibition” which was published in Developmental Cell

SFB 829 Scientific Coordinator & Speaker in Journal of Investigative Dermatology (January 2014)

Carien Niessen and Thomas Krieg just published the article “Clinician Scientists and PhDs: The Need to Connect Basic Research to Translational Medicine—A Personal Experience” in the JID editorial. To see the whole articel please follow the link mentioned below.
http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v134/n2/full/jid2013466a.html

New study by Carien Niessen reveals mechanisms possibly leading to skin diseases such as skin cancer or psoriasis (July, 2013)

New findings about skin cell stratification regulated by a specific receptor located on the surface of the cell (insulin- and IGF-1 receptor) and a regulatory protein in the nucleus (p63) might contribute to understanding skin diseases such as skin cancer, psoriasis or ichtyosis.

For details please see  press release.

SFB 829 PI Catherin Niemann just published the article mentioned below in “Cell Reports” (July, 2013) and was awarded at the same time for a video-abstract: 
“Indian Hedgehog Controls Proliferation and Differentiation in Skin Tumorigenesis and Protects against Malignant Progression” 
 

SFB 829 PI Dr. S. Iden published successfuly a new study about “Dual Role of Par3 in Skin Carcinogenesis in the journal “Cancer Cell” (September 2012)
Tumor type-dependent function of the par3 polarity protein in skin tumorigenesis (2012) Iden S., van Riel WE, Schäfer R, Song JY, Hirose T, Ohno S, Collard JG; Cancer Cell. 2012 Sep 11;22(3):389-403.

New study about “Protein regulating cell death prevents skin inflammation” by Prof. M. Pasparakis (October 2011)

Prof. Manolis Pasparakis and his colleagues at CECAD – the Cluster of Excellence for Aging Research – and Collaborative Research Centre 829 at the University of Cologne have made a breakthrough with their research into necroptosis – a form of programmed cell death.
For the complete press release please follow the link:  Press release

Prof. Dr. Pasparakis (CECAD and SFB 829) was able to gain valuable findings on mechanisms of cell death and how it can cause or prevent inflammation (August, 2014)

Dr. S. Kumari, Postdoc at the SFB 829 Project “TP A4 Pasparakis”, is one of the co-authors of this “Nature” publication.

For more information please follow the link mentioned below:
Press release

SFB 829 Scientific Coordinator & Speaker in Journal of Investigative Dermatology (January 2014)

Carien Niessen and Thomas Krieg just published the article “Clinician Scientists and PhDs: The Need to Connect Basic Research to Translational Medicine—A Personal Experience” in the JID editorial. To see the whole articel please follow the link mentioned below.
http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v134/n2/full/jid2013466a.html

New publication by M. Niessen et al. (TP A! Niessen) at the Journal of Cell Biology (JCB), cover (September, 2013)

“Confocal microscopy shows the tail skin of a control mouse stained for keratin 14 (red) and DNA (blue). Niessen et al. reveal that, in the absence of atypical protein kinase Cλ, epidermal homeostasis and differentiation are disrupted due to an increase in asymmetric cell divisions” (JCB webpage: http://jcb.rupress.org/content/202/6.cover-expansion) Image © 2013 Niessen et al.

SFB 829 PhD student won the Dermato-Endokrinologie Award at the Annual ADF Meeting (June 2014)

Christian Günschmann was awarded with the “8. Forschungspreis der AG Dermato-Endokrinologie e.V.” sponsored by Vichy for his article “Insulin/IGF-1 Controls Epidermal Morphogenesis via Regulation of FoxO-Mediated p63 Inhibition” which was published in Developmental Cell

SFB 829 Scientific Coordinator & Speaker in Journal of Investigative Dermatology (January 2014)

Carien Niessen and Thomas Krieg just published the article “Clinician Scientists and PhDs: The Need to Connect Basic Research to Translational Medicine—A Personal Experience” in the JID editorial. To see the whole articel please follow the link mentioned below.
http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v134/n2/full/jid2013466a.html

New study by Carien Niessen reveals mechanisms possibly leading to skin diseases such as skin cancer or psoriasis (July, 2013)

New findings about skin cell stratification regulated by a specific receptor located on the surface of the cell (insulin- and IGF-1 receptor) and a regulatory protein in the nucleus (p63) might contribute to understanding skin diseases such as skin cancer, psoriasis or ichtyosis.

For details please see  press release.

SFB 829 PI Catherin Niemann just published the article mentioned below in “Cell Reports” (July, 2013) and was awarded at the same time for a video-abstract: 
“Indian Hedgehog Controls Proliferation and Differentiation in Skin Tumorigenesis and Protects against Malignant Progression” 
 

SFB 829 PI Dr. S. Iden published successfuly a new study about “Dual Role of Par3 in Skin Carcinogenesis in the journal “Cancer Cell” (September 2012)
Tumor type-dependent function of the par3 polarity protein in skin tumorigenesis (2012) Iden S., van Riel WE, Schäfer R, Song JY, Hirose T, Ohno S, Collard JG; Cancer Cell. 2012 Sep 11;22(3):389-403.

New study about “Protein regulating cell death prevents skin inflammation” by Prof. M. Pasparakis (October 2011)

Prof. Manolis Pasparakis and his colleagues at CECAD – the Cluster of Excellence for Aging Research – and Collaborative Research Centre 829 at the University of Cologne have made a breakthrough with their research into necroptosis – a form of programmed cell death.
For the complete press release please follow the link:  Press release

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