The first circadian measurements in our lab! Many thanks to Thomas Wallach, AG Kramer.
Kaiyang is a student from the Erasmus Mundus (euSYSBIO) program. Welcome, Kaiyang!
Anuprabha Bhargava has joined the Relógio group to carry out her Masters work. Anuprabha is a student from the Masters in Molecular Medicine program of the Charité. Welcome, Anuprabha!
AR gave a lecture on modelling the circadian clock as part of the Systems Biology Lectures 2014/2015 – Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB), Berlin
Mónica is integrated in the Graduate School of the IRI for the Life Sciences. She is financed by the e:Bio-BMBF. Welcome, Mónica!
AR attended the annual meeting of the Portuguese association of academics in Germany ASPPA – PORTAL 2014. The meeting took place at the Humboldt University in Berlin and addressed important aspects related to the emigration of the Portuguese language and culture (“A Emigração da Língua e Cultura Portuguesas”). It was also an important event for exchanging ideas between the participants. Congratulations ASPPA for the successful meeting and the excellent organization!
Julia Philipp has joined the Relógio group for an internship within the Masters in Molecular Medicine of the Charité. Welcome, Julia!
Luise was awarded a position within the BSIO (Berlin School of Integrative Oncology) graduate school. She is co-financed by the e:Bio-BMBF and the BSIO. Welcome, Luise!
AR took part in the annual status seminar of the e:Bio Innovation Competition in Systems Biology. This event took place in Berlin (Charité Campus Virchow Klinikum), and joined all groups which are financed by the eBio initiative. The groups involved could present and discuss their projects and closely interact with other colleagues. It was very interesting to hear about the different projects. In particular, it was impressive to see the broad range of questions which is being addressed with systems biology approaches.