BSRT Graduate School

Graduate School 203 of the DFG Excellence Initiative

Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies

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Doctoral Researchers  Postdoc Researchers  Clinician Scientists BioThinking  

The Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies (BSRT, graduate school 203 of the German Excellence Initiative) offers interdisciplinary training and research opportunities in the field of Regenerative Medicine for outstanding doctoral and postdoctoral researchers with a background in the biological, engineering or clinical disciplines. Young scientists at the BSRT benefit from our worldwide unique approach to foster collaborative science (BioThinking) and work within a strong and intellectually stimulating network of institutions and scientists.

 

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  Winners of the BSRT Student Award 2019
Lara Marone who did her PhD at the Center for Regenerative Therpies Dresden (CRTD is the winner of the PhD Student Award 2019 for her publication on "FUS pathology in ALS is linked to alterations in multiple ALS‑associated proteins and rescued by drugs stimulating autophagy" in Acta Neuropathologica [Pubmed]. Erik Brauer won the second price and Rajiv Khajuria the third price. Click here for winners
 

 

 

Master Thesis (m/w/d)                                 

“Influence of T cells on tissue formation during bone healing

We are currently looking for a motivated student of biology, immunology, biochemistry, biotechnology or other applicable disciplines eager to perform a master thesis in the interdisciplinary field of osteoimmunology and cellular biomechanics. The position is available from the 1st of January 2020 onwards. Please click here for more information.

 

 

 

Graduation - Congratulation

Erik Brauer who was BSRT student at Julius Wolff Institute, defended his thesis on the 9 December 2019. His thesis was entitled "Molecular crosstalk between BMP growth factor signalling and mechanical loading during the early phase of fracture healing".

 

 

 

Graduation - Congratulation

Annemarie Lang, who was BSRT student at Clinic for Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology, defended her thesis on the 28 November 2019. Her thesis was entitled "HIF-stabilization to accelerate fracture healing - Evaluation of a new therapeutic strategy to treat delayed bone regeneration".