Renkawitz Lab - News


August 2019: See our meeting report  - written together with Binyam Mogessie and Helen Zenner - on the newest trends in the field on how the cytoskeleton shapes the dynamics, positioning and function of organelles

 

August 2019: We receive funding by LMUexcellent

 

July 2019: Welcome Janina! Janina joins us as a PhD student after finishing her Master of Science in Human Biology at Philipps University Marburg

 

July 2019: We receive funding for some microscopy upgrades by Friedrich Baur Stiftung and by 'Verein zur Förderung von Wissenschaft und Forschung an der Medizinischen Fakultät der LMU München e.V.'

 

June 2019: Our research group is a part of the CRC914 “Trafficking of Immune Cells in Inflammation, Development and Disease” for the next four years, including funding for PhD positions!

May 2019: Meet us at the conferences 'Cell Dynamics: Organelle-Cytoskeleton Interface' in Lisbon and ESCI2019 'Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Society for Clinical Investigation' in Coimbra, Portugal

 

April 2019: Jörg’s paper from the time as a postdoc in Michael Sixt's lab at IST Austria is online in Nature (PDF; see also the highlight in nature video)

 

March 2019: Welcome Max! Max joins us for a research internship during his master course (Biochemistry, Gene Center, LMU Munich)

 

February 2019: Welcome Benjamin! Benjamin joins us as a PhD student after having finished his Master of Science in Molecular Biotechnology at RWTH Aachen.

(source: nature video, produced and narrated by Shamini Bundell)


  20-25 January 2019: Meet us during the Gordon Research Conference on Directed Cell Migration 'How Cells Integrate Biochemical Signals, Cytoskeletal Changes and Physical Forces to Guide Migration' in Galveston, US

 

December 2018: Our lab gets associated with SFB914 Trafficking of Immune Cells in Inflammation, Development and Disease and its graduate program (Integrated Research Training Group, IRTG)

 

25/26 November 2018: Meet Jörg in the realm of the Biomedicum Helsinki Seminar Series.

Thanks to Kari Vaahtomeri and the Biomedicum Helsinki Research Center for hosting!

 

Lab Kick-Off Renkawitz Team, Oct. 2018. From left to right: Kasia, Jörg, Petra