Neuroproteomik

Prof. Dr. Stefan Lichtenthaler

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21/22-09-2023

Clinspect-M Meeting at Schneefernerhaus

The latest status meeting of the Clinspect-M consortium took place at the Schneefernerhaus, just below the summit of the Zugspitze.

26/27-06-2023

Lichtenthaler Lab goes on retreat!

Our stay in the lovely Obere Firstalm combined in-depth science with a joint hiking activity. It allowed to look “over the edge” of our daily scientific routine and to contemplate our scientific activities and goals while enjoying the amazing food and the beautiful mountainous scenery.

10-05-2023

CoEN grant

Our lab was awarded with CoEN (Centers of Excellence in Neurodegeneration) grant for the functional and mechanistic characterization of Alzheimer’s disease risk genes.

03-12-2022

Best presentation award for Marlene Assfalg

Congratulations Marlene Assfalg! At the retreat of the Medical Life Science and Technology PhD Programme on the 3rd of December 2022, she received the award for best presentation.

19-09-2022

Snowy hike to the Rotwandhaus

On the 19th of September 2022, the Lichtenthaler lab made a hike to the Rotwandhaus. "Will there be snow?", was the curious question at the foot of the mountain. Nobody had expected this amount of snow at the top...

07-04-2022

Johanna Tüshaus receives PhD prize

Congratulations Johanna Tüshaus! For her PhD thesis on the proteomic secretome in primary brain cells, she was honored with the PhD prize of the german proteomics society (DGPF).

18-01-2022

Andree Schmidt defends his PhD thesis

Congratulations to your successfull PhD defense and obtaining your Doctoral degree, Andree Schmidt! We wish you all the best in your future career with all your endeavours!

30-12-2021

Miranda Lastra Osua awarded with GBM Master Award

Congratulations Miranda Lastra Osua! On the 30th of December 2021 she was honoured with the GBM Master Award in Biomedical Neuroscience. Miranda worked on the functional characterization of microglial cells lacking the iRhom2 gene. This gene is described as an important factor in the development of Alzheimer's Disease. GBM contact person Stefan Lichtenthaler handed over the award.

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