Germany

German survey highlights high public awareness of stem cells

A survey carried out on behalf of the Stem Cell Network of North Rhine Westphalia (KSNRW) has suggested an increase in support for stem cell research among the German public compared to levels identified in other surveys over the last five years. Interviews with over 1000 adults showed a high level of support for research on both tissue (adult) stem cells and embryonic stem cells.

Human ES/iPS cell research Training

Date & time: 
3 Jun 2014 - 6 Jun 2014
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This 3.5-day training course focuses on improving pluripotent stem cell generation, culture and characterization. The course covers all critical steps required for pluripotent stem cell research. Encompassing theoretical presentations and practical lab sessions, participants will learn advanced ways of cell preparation, cell selection with magnetic cell separation and basic cell analysis with flow cytometry.

Post-Doctoral Research Associate (group leader position)

Applications accepted between: 
19 Feb 2014 - 1 May 2014
Organization: 
University of Heidelberg
Location: 
Heidelberg, Germany

The Center for Child and Adolescent Medicine (Department I, Univ.-Prof. Dr. G. F. Hoffmann) is offering one Post-Doctoral Research Associate (group leader position)

(3 years contract with possibility for renewal)

in the field of molecular and cellular mechanisms of inherited metabolic diseases.

Fraunhofer Life Science Symposium 2014: Medicinal Stem Cell Products

Date & time: 
9 Oct 2014 - 10 Oct 2014
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It is a great pleasure for us to announce the 9th Fraunhofer Life Science Symposium Leipzig 2014 which is held from October 9th until the 10th 2014 in Leipzig (Germany). The annual symposium wants to view the topic of "Medicinal Stem Cell Products". We want to invite you to present your scientific work and also to meet renowned keynote speakers as well as other scientists from the exciting field of stem cell research.

EMBO Conference: Stem Cells in Cancer and Regenerative Medicine

Date & time: 
9 Oct 2014 - 12 Oct 2014
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The aim of this meeting is to integrate basic, translational and clinical aspects of stem cell research into a single framework. The goal is to give participants an overview of the model systems and scientific and logistic framework involved in gaining and exploiting basic knowledge of stem cell biology in cancer research and regenerative medicine settings.

Human ES/iPS cell research

Date & time: 
25 Mar 2014 - 28 Mar 2014

This 3.5-day training course focuses on improving pluripotent stem cell generation, culture and characterization. The course covers all critical steps required for pluripotent stem cell research. Encompassing theoretical presentations and practical lab sessions, participants will learn advanced ways of cell preparation, cell selection with magnetic cell separation and basic cell analysis with flow cytometry.

Postdoc: position immediately available at IZN - Neurobiology

Applications accepted between: 
5 Sep 2013 - 4 Oct 2013
Organization: 
IZN, Heidelberg University
Location: 
Heidelberg

Our group is interested in the regulation of neural stem cell (NSC) proliferation. We have developed a strategy to isolate neural stem cells from the embryonic and the adult brain. The goal of our work is to device a strategy to identify neural stem cell behaviour in vivo. (Obernier K. et al. Stem Cells 2011; Cesetti T. et al. Stem Cells 2009)

Diabetes- can stem cells help?

Date & time: 
4 Nov 2013
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‘Diabetes- can stem cells help?’ is a free, public event that will be held on Monday, 4 November 2013 from 19:00- 20:30 at The Ruin located within the Berlin Museum of Medical History, Charité.  Diabetes and stem cell researchers from around Europe will assemble for a REDDSTAR plenary meeting hosted by Charité in Berlin on November 5 and 6th.  In conjunction with the scientific meeting, the public event will take place

Human ES/iPS cell research

Date & time: 
5 Nov 2013 - 8 Nov 2013
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This 3.5-day training course focuses on improving pluripotent stem cell generation, culture and characterization. The course covers all critical steps required for pluripotent stem cell research. Encompassing theoretical presentations and practical lab sessions, participants will learn advanced ways of cell preparation, cell selection with magnetic cell separation and basic cell analysis with flow cytometry.

1st Annual Conference of the German Stem Cell Network (GSCN)

Date & time: 
11 Nov 2013 - 13 Nov 2013
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Website: www.gscn.org/conferences/2013

Deadline abstract submission and early bird fee: September 30, 2013

Conference office

phone: +49 (0)30.9406-3720fax: +49 (0)30.9406-2206e-mail: conference.gscn2013@mdc-berlin.de

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