BSRT Graduate School

Graduate School 203 of the DFG Excellence Initiative

Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies

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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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  Winner of the 1st poster prize
The 1st prize for the best poster 2018 is awarded to Maria Eugenia Butini (PhD at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin) at the 37th Annual Meeting of the European Bone & Joint infections Society. Her poster title was "Daptomycin release from thermosensitive injectable hydrogels: favourable release kinetics for the management of implant-associated infections".
 

 

  Graduation - Congratulation
David Reismann, who was BSRT student at the Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum defended his thesis on the 07 June 2018. His thesis was entitled "Longitudinal intravital multiphoton microendoscopy in the bone marrow of mice".
 

 

  Graduation - Congratulation
Nils Männicke, who was BSRT student at the Berlin-Brandenburg Center for regenerative Therapies defended his thesis on the 23 March 2018. His thesis was entitled "High-frequency ultrasound backscatter analysis of hyaline cartilage".
 

 

  Graduation - Congratulation
Paul Rikeit, who was BSRT student at the Insitute of Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Freie Universität Berlin defended his thesis on the 2 March 2018. His thesis was entitled "Crosstalk between the BMP and Hippo pathway".