Munich Cluster for Systems Neurology (SyNergy)

Publication, infrastructure, event, and award highlights of the SyNergy Cluster

Fabiana Perocchi erhält renommierten Vallee Young Investigator Preis

Fabiana Perocchi erhält den Preis für ihre zukunftsweisenden Forschungsleistungen. Dabei versucht sie unter anderem zu verstehen, welche Rolle die Mitochondrien bei der intra- und extrazellulären Signalübertragung spielen, wie sie die Signale aufnehmen, entschlüsseln oder auch darauf antworten.

Kloster Seeon meeting on BACE proteases in health and disease

A former monastery in Bavaria – now turned into conference venue – was the site of the recent “Kloster Seeon meeting on BACE proteases in health and disease“ (October 6-8, 2013), organized by Stefan Lichtenthaler from SyNergy.

SyNergy Oktoberfest Lecture

Start of the new yearly SyNergy Oktoberfest Lecture inviting renowned scientists. The first lecture was held by Bart de Strooper in the historic Alzheimer Saal in Munich

Markus Kowarik accepted for Advanced Clinician Scientist Program

Markus Kowarik is accepted for the Advanced Clinician Scientist Program of the SyNergy Cluster at the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital of the Technical University Munich. His work is on the characterization of triple negative B-cells in autoimmune diseases.

Klaus Lehmann-Horn accepted for Advanced Clinician Scientist Program

Klaus Lehmann-Horn is accepted for the Advanced Clinician Scientist Program of the SyNergy Cluster at the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital of the Technical University Munich. His work is on B-Cell repertoire-sequenciing in mice.

Sabine Liebscher heads new Clinician Scientist Group on Mouse model of Alzheimer's disease

Sabine Liebscher and her team have joined theInstitute of Clinical Neuroimmunology at the University Hospital of the Ludwig Maximilians University. She will establish a Clinician-Scientist Group Mouse model of Alzheimer's disease that is funded by the Clinician Scientist Program (CSP) of the SyNergy Cluster.

Francisco Pan-Montojo establishes Clinician Scientist Group on Parkinson’s disease pathophysiology

Francisco Pan-Montojo and his team have joined the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital of the Ludwig Maximilians University. He will establish a Clinician-Scientist Group on Parkinson’s disease pathophysiology that is funded by the Clinician Scientist Program (CSP) of the SyNergy Cluster.

New SyNergy Professor: Mikael Simons

Mikael Simons coming from Göttingen accepted a W3-professorship Molecular Neurobiology at the Technical University Munich

SyNergy supports recruitment: Johanna Scheuermann

Johanna Scheuermann coming from MIT, USA, accepted a W2-professorship Metabolic Biochemistry at the Ludwig Maximillians University

SyNergy supports recruitment: Anton Sirota

Anton Sirota coming from Tübingen accepted a W3-professorship for Cognition and Neural Plasticity at the Ludwig Maximilians University

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