Working on a very important topic in current times: disease outbreak control. We interviewd Kirstin Meier from the GIZ on finding a carreer outside the science world.
The author, Theodore Kapellos, is a postdoctoral researcher at the LIMES Institute of the University of Bonn. In this blog article, he shares his expertise on an interesting human physiological endogenous system that he studied during his PhD studies in the United Kingdom (https://www.path.ox.ac.uk/content/david-greaves). In contrast to its most popular recreational use, cannabis consumption may have significant medicinal implications in the fight against major chronic … Continue reading Cannabis medicinal research: Smoking our way to health?
AG Schultzes Post-doc Tal Pecht talks about the perks of motherhood and how having children can make you become a better scientist.
Supervising a student puts a lot of responsibility on you. What if I fail in supervising my student? Read Nina’s first experience in supervising a student.
Our “offline survey” conducted during the Cluster Science Days 2019 demonstrates in four graphs what scientists in the Immunosensation cluster do and like.
Pursuing your PhD is not a cakewalk – again and again it will exhaust your energy. How can people help you to re-load your battery?
Pictures tell stories. Reading pictures is one of the major tools of scientists. What does “reading” mean and how do we do it? – a new series about imaging.
I am working in Prof. Michael Heneka’s lab in the DZNE Bonn, where I am currently doing a second postdoc. After finishing my PhD in a Nephrology lab in Germany, I decided to switch topics and went to the US for 3 years to learn about Alzheimer’s and other dementia research. Despite being in science for 9 years and attending multiple retreats and conferences, this … Continue reading Neuroinflammation Summer School – a chance to network in a beautiful place
Are you wondering whether you should consider a job where you regularly go on business travel? Find out more in our slide show with Q&A session!
Lucas Secchim Ribeiro, a post-doctoral researcher in the AG Franklin, eexplains the potential of platelets beyond hemostasis, introducing their skills as part of our immune system, in health and disease.