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13/12/2017

Evotec-CRTD Collaboration agreement

The DFG Research Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD) and Evotec AG enters into a research collaboration to discover novel small molecule candidates for retinal diseases. Press Release Evotec AGmore...


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01/12/2017

CRTD welcomes new research group leader Junior-Prof. Dr. Franziska Knopf

On December 1, Junior-Professor Dr. Franziska Knopf started as a new research group leader for “Biology of bone regeneration” at the CRTD and the Center for Healthy Aging (Medical Faculty Carl Gustav Carus). more...


20/11/2017

CRTD presents new image films

The CRTD presents its new image films.more...


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15/11/2017

Visit of Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Within his two day inaugural visit in Saxony, Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited the CRTD.more...


© Stephan Wiegand
06/11/2017

$52 million to support the Global Platform for the Prevention of Autoimmune Diabetes

The Global Platform for the Prevention of Autoimmune Diabetes (GPPAD), a consortium of several academic research institutions and clinics in Europe, will receive over $52 million from the USA to test innovative therapeutic...more...


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02/11/2017

Development of a tool to investigate and manipulate neuronal circuits

Within the research project being introduced here, conditional optogenetic human stem-cell lines that can easily be differentiated into neurons could be generated. more...


01/11/2017

Pioneer in type 1 diabetes research left the stage

Franco Bottazzo, the discoverer of autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes passed away in September this year. The CRTD remembers Franco with an 'in memorium' piece in the journal Diabetologia.more...


© UKD MK III
26/10/2017

Transplantation of animal islet cells without any immune suppression is getting closer

Within a recently published article, Dr. Barbara Ludwig and her team at IPI/PLID, CRTD, and UKD MK III report the successful and safe transplantation of porcine islets with a bioartificial pancreas device in diabetic nonhuman...more...


© CRTD
23/10/2017

Introduction of a novel, easy-to-use and highly reproducible culture system for in vitro analyses of zebrafish oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPCs)

Dr. Michell M. Reimer and his team introduce a novel, easy-to-use, and highly reproducible OPC culture platform for adult zebrafish cellsmore...


Dr. Michell M. Reimer © CRTD
23/10/2017

Introduction of a novel, easy-to-use and highly reproducible culture system for in vitro analyses of zebrafish oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPCs)

Dr. Michell M. Reimer, group leader at the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD), Cluster of Excellence at the TU Dresden, and his team introduce a novel, easy-to-use, and highly reproducible OPC culture platform for...more...


© CRTD
18/10/2017

Neumarkt Dresden, London, Wroclaw and now at CRTD: DRESDEN-concept's scientific exhibition

DRESDEN-concept's scientific exhibition can now be seen in CRTD's courtyard.more...


© CRTD
11/10/2017

Scientific October holidays – students attend holiday academy at the CRTD

Spending the October holidays in a scientific way? Ten students from four Saxonian cities and Latvia spent one week (October 2-6) at the CRTD. more...


© MPI-CBG
06/10/2017

CRTD and MPI-CBG present 9th Retina Information Day

On October 20, 2017 - the CRTD together with the MPI-CBG present the 9th edition of the Retina Information Day.more...


© CRTD
02/10/2017

PRO RETINA Deutschland Makula (MD)-Forschungspreis 2017 for 3 CRTD researchers

The three CRTD researchers Silvia Llonch, Oliver Borsch und Tiago Santos-Ferreira of the AG Ader have been awarded the Makula (MD)-Forschungspreis 2017 of the PRO RETINA Deutschland.more...


29/09/2017

Statement on German Excellence Strategy

We are pleased to announce that the DTRC, the Dresden Translation Regeneration Cluster, was selected to enter the second round in the application for the German Excellence Strategy.more...


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29/09/2017

CRTD welcomes new research group leader Dr. Maximina Yun

Dr. Maximina Yun is the new research group leader for “Regeneration of complex structures in adult vertebrates” at the CRTD. more...


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22/09/2017

Rainbow colors reveal cell history: Uncovering β-cell heterogeneity by tracing developmental origins

Dr. Nikolay Ninov and his group developed a system called “Beta-bow”, which allows the history of β-cells to be traced by genetic bar-coding and multicolor imaging. more...


Dr. Nikolay Ninov © CRTD
22/09/2017

Rainbow colors reveal cell history: Uncovering β-cell heterogeneity by tracing developmental origins

Press release Download portrait picture Download scientific picturemore...


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12/09/2017

Lab coat, pipette and more: scientific Voluntary Social Year (FSJ) at the CRTD has entered the next round

After a successful first round in 2016/2017 with three participants, the CRTD is happy to now welcome five volunteers for the second round (2017/2018) of the Voluntary Social Year (FSJ).more...


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06/09/2017

CMCB will take part in the WDR Maus-Türöffner-Tag for the very first time

On October 3, 2017 – the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) will open its doors to children aged 5-10 within the nationwide Maus-Türöffner-Tag. more...


© Sven Döhring
05/09/2017

TUD Young Investigator status for Dr. Volker Busskamp

Dr. Volker Busskamp was appointed “TUD Young Investigator” by Prof. Dr. Hans Müller-Steinhagen, Rector of TU Dresden. more...


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25/08/2017

Biology teachers from all over Saxony visited the CRTD to prepare for the reintroduction of biology as an advanced course

On August 25, 2017 - a delegation of about 20 teachers from all over Saxony visited the CRTD to be informed about stem cell research and therapy.more...


© CRTD
28/07/2017

CMCB introduces its directorate: Prof. Nils Kröger (B CUBE), Prof. Jochen Guck (BIOTEC) and Prof. Ezio Bonifacio (CRTD)

The Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) introduces its managing director and deputy directors. Prof. Nils Kröger (B CUBE) will lead the CMCB as managing director, Prof. Jochen Guck (BIOTEC) and Prof. Ezio...more...


© CRTD
19/07/2017

TU Dresden Summer University at the CRTD

On July 18, 2017 – the CRTD together with the PLID welcomed 25 curious students within the Summer University of TU Dresden.more...


© Nils Stelte
22/06/2017

Science meets Art at CRTD

On Friday, June 23rd, scientists and artists came together for a joint science art event at the CRTD. The event also celebrated the launch of the third issue of the magazine PLASMA, which includes an article about the CRTD.more...


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07/06/2017

Panel discussion on Dresdens Science Night: Research discoveries and experiments

Dresden. On 08.06.2017, a press conference for this year's Dresdens Science Night will take place at 1pm at the Gläserne Manufaktur Dresden. The director of the CRTD, Prof. Dr. Ezio Bonifacio, will participate in this press...more...


© Jean-Marie Huron
30/05/2017

Professor Michael Sieweke Awarded the Humboldt Professorship at TU Dresden

The selection committee of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has followed the nomination of TU Dresden and awarded Professor Michael Sieweke a Humboldt Professorship. One of the most renowned research awards is therefore...more...


© CRTD, Dominic Eberle
24/05/2017

CRTD receives 1.56 Mill. Euro BMBF-funding for retinal disease research

The research groups lead by Prof. Dr. Elly Tanaka, Prof. Dr. Marius Ader and Dr. Mike Karl at the CRTD have received funding with their CLEANSIGHT research team. more...


© CRTD, Dominic Eberle

© Martin Kaßner
16/05/2017

First Dresdner Aktionstag Demenz at the CRTD attracted more than 100 visitors

On May 10th, 2017 - the CRTD, together with the Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE), Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden, and the Volkshochschule Dresden e.V., presented a new event format for...more...


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12/05/2017

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CRTD Group leader Professor Sebastian Zeißig honored with the Theodor-Frerichs-Preis of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Innere Medizin Press releaseDownload photomore...


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12/05/2017

CRTD Group leader Professor Sebastian Zeißig honored with the Theodor-Frerichs-Preis of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Innere Medizin

With this prize, the expert association for internists honors Sebastian Zeißig’s outstanding research on the causes of colon cancer. In 2016, the group of Prof. Zeißig proved the decisive role of gut bacteria in the regulation of...more...


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05/05/2017

Dresden vocational students gain practical insights into research at the CRTD

On the 24th April 2017, seven students from the vocational school center 'Ernst Lößnitzer' in Dresden began their practical training (internship) at the CRTD. more...


© Martin Kaßner / CRTD
19/04/2017

Preparations for the 1st Dresdner Aktionstag Demenz are in full swing

On May 10, 2017 the CRTD together with the Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE), Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden and Volkshochschule Dresden e.V. will present a new event format for the...more...


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21/03/2017

Group leader Stephan Speier appointed Professor

Group leader Stephan Speier has been appointed as Professor for the Physiology of Pancreatic Islet Cells at the Medical Faculty of the TU Dresden. The professorship is affiliated with the Institute for Physiology and is combined...more...


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20/03/2017

UniStem Day 2017 with talks, tours and various activities successfully performed

Europe-wide UniStem Day on March 17, 2017 with Dresden high school students was a great success.more...


© Uwe Dettmar
16/03/2017

Dr. Volker Busskamp was awarded the Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Young Researchers 2017

On March 14, 2017 – CRTD research group leader Dr. Volker Busskamp was awarded the Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Young Researchers 2017 in Frankfurt. more...


© Stephan Wiegand
23/02/2017

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T cells in babies give clues to who will develop type 1 diabetes Press releaseDownload photomore...


Recently discovered special cells in babies help to understand why some children develop type 1 diabetes whereas others do not © Stephan Wiegand
23/02/2017

T cells in babies give clues to who will develop type 1 diabetes

The research group of Prof. Ezio Bonifacio introduces a new understanding of cellular mechanisms occurring in babies having a high risk of developing type 1 diabetes. more...


© GSCN / CRTD
21/02/2017

CRTD again part of nationwide UniStem Day on March 17, 2017

On UniStemDay, the CRTD will represent the stem cell research in Germany together with seven research institutes and universities in Germany. In 2016, this European action day successfully took place in Germany for the very first...more...


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17/02/2017

System accreditation of TU Dresden certifies the quality of teaching at BIOTEC/CRTD

From 2012 – 2015, TU Dresden went through a system accreditation process which examines the quality of study programms. In this context, the international courses of study at the BIOTEC/CRTD (”Regenerative Biology and Medicine“,...more...


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17/02/2017

Tatiana Sandoval Guzmán is the new group leader for “Animal Models of Regeneration”

The CRTD is pleased to announce that former CRTD Postdoc Tatiana Sandoval Guzmán, PhD, started as a research group leader at the CRTD on January 1, 2017. “Our long-term goal is to build an understanding of regeneration,...more...


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13/02/2017

CRTD is pleased to continue with the Voluntary Social Year

Following a successful first round, the CRTD is pleased to continue with the Voluntary Social Year (FSJ) Program next year (2017/2018). Germany-wide, the CRTD is one of only three research/educational institutions that offer a...more...


10/02/2017

Start of Application period for international Master’s programs at the BIOTEC/CRTD

The starting signal is given. Until May 31, 2017 – interested parties can apply for the three Master’s programs Regenerative Biology and Medicine, Molecular Bioengineering and Nanobiophysics. Applicants can expect a first-rate...more...


31/01/2017

1st CMCB Facility Day on February 3, 2017

At this event, the 11 facilities of the CRTD, BIOTEC and B CUBE will be presented.more...


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26/01/2017

CRTD again part of nationwide Girls’Day on April 27, 2017

The CRTD is again part of the nationwide Girls'Day. The schoolgirls will get to know various occupational profiles and the research done here at the institute. They will moreover perform scientific experiments. Download Flyer...more...


PhD students during a group discussion © CRTD
24/01/2017

1st Biopolis Dresden PhD Symposium at the CRTD was a great success

Yesterday, more than 110 PhD students from 18 Dresden research institutes met for an exchange of experiences and ideas. Among the participants were PhD students from institutes such as the DZNE, CRTD, BIOTEC, B CUBE, MPI-CBG,...more...


Dr. Volker Busskamp © 2016 Sven Döring
23/01/2017

Biotechnologist Dr. Volker Busskamp is being awarded the Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Young Researchers 2017 Press release Download photomore...


Dr. Volker Busskamp © 2016 Sven Döring
23/01/2017

Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Young Researchers 2017 for Dr. Volker Busskamp

CRTD group leader Dr. Volker Busskamp will receive the Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Young Researchers on March 14, 2017. more...


Prof. Pauline Wimberger (rechts) und Dr. Katharina Nitzsche (beide UKD) © Stephan Wiegand, MF TUD
06/01/2017

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Neues Typ 1 Diabetes-Risiko-Screening startet erfolgreich am Uniklinikum Dresden: Eltern von über 600 Dresdner Neugeborenen kennen durch die innovative Freder1k-Studie das Diabetes Typ 1-Risiko ihres KindesPressemitteilung der...more...


Prof. Pauline Wimberger (right) and Dr. Katharina Nitzsche (both UKD) © Stephan Wiegand, MF TUD
06/01/2017

Already more than 600 participants in Freder1k study at University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden (UKD)

Since September 2016, already 615 newborns participated in the Freder1k study, which is led by CRTD Director Prof. Ezio Bonifacio, PhD.more...


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