ukb.uni-bonn.de

Archive

    03.04.2012

      Prof. Kate Fitzgerald Visits Bonn

    Wed 23 May: Prof. Kate Fitzgerald to give seminar at the Institute of Innate Immunity at the University of Bonn on Wednesday 23 May at 11:00am Seminar title: “Inflammasomes and anti-microbial defenses” Katherine A. Fitzgerald received her B.Sc. in Biochemistry in 1995 from University College Cork, Ireland, and her Ph.D. in 1999 from the laboratory of Professor LukeO’Neill in Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. From 1999 to 2002, she was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Biochemistry...[more]


    15.12.2011

      Institute Postdoc Dr. Bernardo Franklin, receives prestigious Brazilian national PhD prize

    Bernardo was recently awarded the Prize of Best PhD thesis of 2010 in Brazil in the field of Medicine. Bernardo undertook his Masters degree at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, and his PhD degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the René Rachou Institute/Oswaldo Cruz Foundation/Ministry of Health.  During his PhD, Bernardo was awarded a Fellowship from the Brazilian Research Council (CNPq) to spend one year in the Department of Medicine at the University of...[more]


    17.11.2011

      Prof. Doug Golenbock visits Bonn

    Mon 21 Nov: Prof. Douglas Golenbock to give seminar at the Institute of Innate Immunity at the University of Bonn on Monday 21 November at 4:00pm Seminar title: “The innate immune response in malaria is driven by hemozoin-coupled DNA”Prof. Douglas Golenbock is Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Immunology in the Department of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts, MA, USA. He holds a joint appointment in the Department of Microbiology and Physiological Systems. The goal...[more]


    13.11.2011

      GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Science Awards 2011

    Prof. Latz awarded GlaxoSmithKline "Clinical Research" Prize[more]


    16.03.2011

    DER SPIEGEL 09/2009   Wehrhafte Hilfstruppe

    Eine junge Disziplin in der Immunologie soll die letzten Geheimnisse des Abwehrsystems lüften. Wissenschaftler hoffen auf passgenaue Waffen gegen Krebs, Aids, Rheuma oder Morbus Crohn.Noch verfügt Hochschullehrer Eicke Latz über ein ziemlich spartanisches Büro: Drei Bücher, ein MacBook, ein Telefon - das genügt dem frisch berufenen W3-Professor, um an der Bonner Uni seine Arbeit aufzunehmen. Erst vor ein paar Wochen ist er aus den USA zurückgekommen: Bis vor kurzem forschte er an der University...[more]


    PRESS