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11th Retina Information Day © Friederike Braun
11/11/2019 News

11th Retina Information Day

The Retina Information Day offers the latest information on topics from basic and clinical research, as well as new possibilities for application and self-help. more...


Prof. Michael Sieweke with Humboldt Club visitors © CRTD
07/11/2019 News, for the Public

Humboldt Club visits CRTD

The Centre for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD) is scientific home of Dresden’s currently only Humboldt Professor Michael Siewekemore...


Graduation ceremony © Friederike Braun
29/10/2019 News

Graduation of Master’s students

After two years of interdisciplinary study and research, 72 students of the three international Master’s programs at the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) completed their studies successfully in September...more...


Automated manufacturing of cellular therapeutics © Anke Fuchs
24/10/2019 News

Welcome Dr. Anke Fuchs as new Research Group Leader at CRTD

CRTD welcomes Dr. Anke Fuchs as a new research group leader. more...


Dr. Tatiana Sandoval-Guzmán © CRTD
19/09/2019 for the Public, for Scientists

Examining bone dynamics during regeneration and regeneration potential of skin cells

CRTD research group leader Dr. Tatiana Sandoval Guzmán about the new DFG grant and her latest publicationmore...


Dr. Maximina Yun © CRTD
18/09/2019 News

How are tissues and organs formed?

Researchers identify important molecular players for the formation of embryonic cell structuresmore...


Prof. Dr. Federico Calegari © CRTD
17/09/2019 News, for the Public

From the biology of stem cells to mathematical modeling of brain function

Prof. Federico Calegari receives prestigious grant of the VolkswagenStiftungmore...


Dr. Natalia Rodríguez Muela
15/09/2019 News

Welcome Dr. Natalia Rodríguez Muela as new Research Group Lead at CRTD

The successful recruitment of this internationally renowned scientist is a result of the joint efforts of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), the Center for Regenerative Therapies at TU Dresden (CRTD) and the...more...


Prof. Dr. Michael H. Sieweke © CRTD
14/09/2019 News, for the Public

Happy Birthday, Alexander von Humboldt!

On September 14, 1769, Alexander von Humboldt was born – just 250 years ago. CRTD and its Humboldt-Professor Michael Sieweke reflect on a great discoverer and networker more...


Zebrafish is a widely studies model organism in many laboratories. With its ease of breeding and developed genetic techniques, zebrafish is becoming a primary tool for investigating complex diseases in humans such as epilepsy and neurodegenerative diseases. © Kizil Lab, CRTD
26/08/2019 Press Release, News

Breaching the brain’s defense causes epilepsy

Scientific study proves the relevance of glial cells for epileptic seizures and shows potential for new therapies. Epileptic seizures can happen to anyone. But how do they occur and what initiates such a rapid response? An...more...


Arthur is screening participant 100,000 © CRTD
30/07/2019 News

100 000 babies screened for increased type 1 diabetes risk in Freder1k Study

Researchers from Dresden contribute to international successmore...


© Amac Garbe
22/07/2019 News

TU Dresden retains its title as University of Excellence

Everybody at our university is excited: TU Dresden has received permanent funding as a University of Excellence!more...


© CRTD
09/07/2019 News

Summer University at CRTD

Stem cells & sensory organs - this was the motto...more...


The poster award winners © CRTD
29/06/2019 News

13th CRTD Summer Conference offered great scientific exchange

180 scientists and company representatives assembled on June 28, 2019more...


POInT Summer Party at the CRTD © Kathleen Biermann-Jung
27/06/2019 News

The POInT study is growing

More than a year ago, the Freder1k study was expanded to include the "POInT study: Primary Oral Insulin Trial". more...


Super-connected "leader" cells coordinate insulin response and help us to understand how diabetes develops © CRTD
26/06/2019 Press Release

Widespread disease diabetes: Why do beta cells refuse to release insulin?

New insights into the "teamwork" of cells: Super-connected "leader" cells coordinate insulin response and help us to understand how diabetes develops One in eleven adults worldwide suffers from diabetes, and...more...


Dresden Science Night © Friederike Braun
18/06/2019 News

Rise and shine to science

CRTD, B CUBE and BIOTEC welcomed more than 2,000 visitors to the 17th Dresden Science Nightmore...


Dr. Anke Fuchs © CRTD
06/05/2019 Press Release

CRTD researchers bring innovation from bench to bedside

Novel process for the production of suppressive T cells The Center for Regenerative Therapies (CRTD) at the TU Dresden and the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus have successfully developed a novel process for the automated...more...


Dr. Caghan Kizil, Research group leader at DZNE Dresden and CRTD © DIGS-BB / TU Dresden
24/04/2019 Press Release

How fish brain cells react to Alzheimer’s disease

Zebrafish, in contrast to humans, have outstanding regenerative capacities: If brain cells are lost due to illness or injury, they will easily regrow from so-called progenitor cells. With sophisticated methods, researchers from...more...


© CRTD
15/04/2019 Press Release

What happens in the body of ALS patients?

Scientists from TU Dresden find ways to reduce the number of dying neurons and search for therapeutic approaches to treat ALS   Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is an incurable disease of the central nervous system....more...


© Thomas Schlorke
12/04/2019 News

Registration open for the 13th CRTD Summer Conference

Register now and save the datemore...


© CRTD
28/03/2019 News

Girls' Day 2019

Future prospects for girls at the CRTD and the fascinating, regenerating zebrafish.more...


Cover of EMBO Journal
21/03/2019 News

CRTD research featured on the cover of EMBO Journal is highlighted by the scientific community

The group of Prof. Federico Calegari shows that boosting stem cells gives extra neurons to the brain and turns ordinary mice into “super-smellers”. more...


© CRTD
18/03/2019 News

UniStem Day 2019

Participation in international action day on stem cell research more...


Prof. Dr. Martina Rauner and Dr. Ulrike Baschant © Stephan Wiegand
07/03/2019 News

A new generation of focused future thinkers

Researchers from TU Dresden discover protein for more mobilitymore...


Prof. Ezio Bonifacio, PhD & Prof. Dr. Michael Brand © CRTD
15/02/2019 News

Prof. Michael Brand is the new institute director of the CRTD

Prof. Dr. Michael Brand is the new Director of the Center for Regenerative Therapies (CRTD) at TU Dresden. more...


© Marc Eisele/Universitätsklinikum Dresden
15/02/2019 Press Release

Knowledge builds bridges: Duke of Kent visits TU Dresden

Today (11th February 2019), Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) welcomed His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. more...


Prof. Hebrok © CRTD
01/02/2019 News

Top diabetes researcher becomes Honorary Professor at CRTD / TU Dresden

Rector appoints Matthias Hebrok Honorary Professor in "Cell Biology of the Pancreas" at the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) of Dresden Universitymore...


Kick-off event in Berlin © Foto: Helmholtz Zentrum München / Dirk Deckbar
24/01/2019 News

Type 1 diabetes is the spotlight of Germany-wide awareness campaign

A campaign that will cause a stir: since 22 January, "Sche1sstyp" has been prominently displayed in large letters on over 1000 posters throughout Germany. more...


Dr. Tatiana Sandoval-Guzmán © CRTD
22/01/2019 News

Building a solid perspective on scientific career

Dr. Tatiana Sandoval-Guzmán is one of the mentees of the Maria Reiche Mentoring Program and speaks about her experiences in the new edition of the TU Dresden Journalmore...


Dr. Mareike Albert © CRTD
18/01/2019 News

Dr. Mareike Albert is new research group leader at the CRTD

Dr. Mareike Albert is a new research group leader at the Center for Regenerative Therapies (CRTD) at TU Dresden.more...


Image of the extra neurons (in red) artificially generated in the olfactory bulb, the brain area responsible for interpreting odors © CRTD
16/01/2019 Press Release

Behavioural experiments confirm: Increasing the generation of neurons boosts brain function

Scientists from TU Dresden search for new methods to cure neurodegenerative diseases. Most of the neurons in the human brain are generated from neural stem cells during embryonic development. After birth, a small reservoir of...more...


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