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NEWS

The spread of the covid-19 virus impacts greatly daily life as well as the activities on our RTG. In order to reduce personal contacts to a minimum, it is strongly recommended to work from home as much as possible. RTG events such as Seminars, Workshops and Retreats are not taking place as usual but as far as possible we are meeting regularly via ZOOM. 

For more information please use the following links:

Halle/Saale:

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Jena:

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University Hospital Jena

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Upcoming events: 

2020

         22nd-23th June 2020 - Retreat 
 

         17th-19th September 2020 - JAM Jena

"Jena Aging Meeting (JAM)"

20th November 2020 - 4. Workshop Halle

Former Events:     

2020

                           24th January 2020 - 1. Workshop Halle

                           20th March 2020 - Workshop digital via ZOOM

                           3rd April 2020 - Workshop digital via ZOOM

                           18th May 2020 - Workshop digital via ZOOM           

2019

22nd November 2019 - 4. Workshop Jena

23rd-27th September Workshop Spetses 

 "Biomarker discovery and validation"

13th-15th September Halle - Aging meeting in Halle (Saale)

"Epigenetics: Playing with the game of life"

 www.medizin.uni-halle.de/ageing

6th September 2019 - 3. Workshop Halle

24th-27th June Summerschool Jena

13th-15th May International ProMoAge Meeting in Wittenberg

 

15th March 2019 - 2. Workshop Halle

18th January 2019 - 1. Workshop Jena

2018

23rd November 2018 - 4. Workshop Halle

14th September 2018 - 3. Workshop Jena

6th-8th September 2018 - JAM Jena

6th-8th September 2018 - Gerontologie und Geriatrie Kongress Köln

15th-20th July 2018 - 14. Aging Symposium Bregenz

6th-7th July 2018 - Retreat Wittenberg

 

 

15th-18th May 2018 - Summerschool Jena

22nd-24th March 2018 - 69. Mosbacher Kolloquium

16th March 2018 - 2. Workshop Halle

22nd January 2018 - 1. Workshop Jena

2017

14th December 2017 - Workshop/Coaching Erfurt "Debating training for women"

01st-02nd December 2017 - Retreat Oppurg

 

 

8th-10th November 2017 - 21st Joint Meeting Weimar

22nd September 2017 - 4. Workshop Halle

07th July 2017              - 3. Workshop Jena

18th May 2017              - 2. Workshop Jena

13th - 16th March 2017 - 1.Summer School Halle 

08th March 2017 - Workshop/Coaching Erfurt "Women in Science" 

20th January 2017        - 1. Workshop Halle

2016

20th December 2016 - Workshop/Coaching "Women in Science" Erfurt                                                                  (canceled due to illness of coach)

05th-07th November 2016 - Start-Up Conference LEUCOREA Wittenberg

 

The members of the recently established DFG Research Training Group 2155 (ProMoAge) gathered for their first meeting in the historical city of Wittenberg during the weekend from 5th to 7th November 2016. What better location for this kick-off-meeting could be chosen than the „Leucorea“, which was founded over 500 years ago and has later merged with the Friedrichs University of Halle to form the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. 

The aim of the meeting was to introduce each specific subproject of ProMoAge and the working group behind it. 14 innovative projects dealing with posttranslational protein modifications and their role in ageing were shortly presented and discussed with enthusiasm by PhD and MD students,    postdocs and group leaders. Guest lectures about good scientific practice, ProMoAge-related epidemiological cohort studies and newest insights in proteasome modulation during ageing complemented the diverse programme.

One should not stay in Wittenberg without visiting the historical old town and the castle church, and thus, a guided tour through the city taught us much about its past, which is inseparably connected to the life and work of Martin Luther. Other activities like a dance evening and a movie night contributed to getting to know each other and completed this successful meeting.

 

Claudia Ender, Jonas Scheffler

Representatives of the doctoral fellows

 

A detailed press release can also be found in the "medialogWissenschaft" Page 14: 

www.medizin.uni-halle.de/fileadmin/Bereichsordner/Dekanate/ProdekanatForschung/Forschung/medialog_wiss/medialog_wiss_2016.03.pdf