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SFB 1403 "Cell Death in Immunity, Inflammation and Disease"

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SFB 1403 Overview

Research within SFB1403 aims to understand the mechanisms of regulation and the functional role of diverse forms of regulated cell death in animals and plants, with particular focus on how different types of cell death regulate immunity, host-microbe interactions, inflammation and disease.

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News

Children University 2022

Children University 2022

Workshop all about Bacteria and Viruses in our body
New SFB 1403 Junior Group Leader

New SFB 1403 Junior Group Leader

We are excited to welcome Dr. Hirotsugu Oda our new Junior Research Group Leader.
SFB 1403 members win "startup your idea" competition

SFB 1403 members win "startup your idea" competition

New start up "Cell ImAIging" wins the startup your idea price.
New SFB 1403 Junior Group Leader

New SFB 1403 Junior Group Leader

We are excited to welcome Dr. Christina Ising our new Junior Research Group Leader.
Congrats to new CCCE Junior Group Leader Melanie Fritsch

Congrats to new CCCE Junior Group Leader Melanie Fritsch

After obtaining her PhD from the University of Cologne in genetics, Melanie started a PostDoc in Cologne, focusing on the regulation of programmed cell death by the protease Caspase-8. Her CCCE junior research group will investigate the alteration of cell death machinery, which has traditionally been viewed as a central feature of malignant transformation and therapy resistance in cancer patients.