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Dr. Hella Hartmann, head of the Light Microscopy Facility (LMF) of the CMCB Technology Platform at TU Dresden © CMCB
17/12/2018

CMCB Light Microscopy Facility of TU Dresden succeeds within the DFG Initiative for Large Research Infrastructure 2018

The Light Microscopy Facility (LMF) of the CMCB Technology Platform at Technische Universität Dresden (TU Dresden) succeeded with its application for a "New Generation Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope for Multimodal Deep Tissue...more...


© CRTD
06/12/2018

International Meeting on Type 1 Diabetes at CRTD

The semi-annual GPPAD (Global Platform for the Prevention of Autoimmune Diabetes) Study Group Meeting, brought together all the partners from the Freder1k and POInT study in Dresden on December 5-7.more...


30/11/2018

Student project Find‘n‘Bind was successful at this year’s BIOMOD

Find'n'Bind is a project and a team consisting of students of nanobiophysics, molecular bioengineering and physics at the TU Dresden.more...


The speakers of the 10th Retina Information Day at the CRTD. © Friederike Braun
05/11/2018

10th Retina Information Day

About 150 visitors came to the CRTD on 10 November 2018 to attend the 10th Retina Information Day. more...


© Sandra Mattick
22/10/2018

The CMCB welcomes 73 new students

The Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) is happy to welcome 73 new students for this winter semester at the Institutes Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD), Biotechnology Center (BIOTEC) and Center...more...


© CRTD
11/10/2018

DFG priority programme funds innovative eye research in Dresden

Within the Priority Programme 2127 “Gene and Cell-based Therapies to Counteract Neuroretinal Degeneration” the German Research Foundation (DFG) provides funding of more than one million Euros for three years to four research...more...


The four research group leaders Dr. Volker Busskamp, Dr. Mike O. Karl, Prof. Dr. Marius Ader und Prof. Dr. Jochen Guck (from left to right) © Friederike Braun
11/10/2018

DFG priority programme funds innovative eye research in Dresden

Within the Priority Programme 2127 "Gene and Cell-based Therapies to Counteract Neuroretinal Degeneration" the German Research Foundation (DFG) provides funding of more than one million Euros for three years to four...more...


© CRTD
08/10/2018

Decoding the regulation of cell survival

A major step towards preventing neurons from dyingmore...


Dr. Volker Busskamp © CRTD
08/10/2018

Decoding the regulation of cell survival - A major step towards preventing neurons from dying

An interdisciplinary and international research group led by Dr. Volker Busskamp from the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden at the TU Dresden (CRTD) has decoded the regulatory impact on neuronal survival of a small...more...


A regenerated limb in a transgenic axolotl, in which different cell types express different fluorescent proteins. Scale bar is 300 micro metres. © IMP / W. Masselink
02/10/2018

Principles of limb regeneration in salamanders show link to mammals

Scientists have long argued over which cells enable salamanders to grow back lost limbs. By tracking lineages and characterising individual cells, researchers could now show that connective tissue cells develop stem-cell-like...more...


A regenerated limb in a transgenic axolotl, in which different cell types express different fluorescent proteins. Scale bar is 300 micro metres. © IMP / W. Masselink
02/10/2018

Principles of limb regeneration in salamanders show link to mammals

Scientists have long argued over which cells enable salamanders to grow back lost limbs. By tracking lineages and characterising individual cells, researchers could now show that connective tissue cells develop stem-cell-like...more...


Network of human stem cell-derived neurons. © TU Dresden (V. Busskamp/J. Czarske)
20/08/2018

Optoelectronics meets molecular biology

The interdisciplinary project "Laser System for Optogenetic Stimulation for Subcellular Investigation of Neuronal Networks" was launched at the TU Dresden, combining the advanced methods of optogenetics with precise real-time...more...


© CRTD
08/08/2018

TU Dresden Summer University at the CRTD

On August 7, 2018 - the CRTD welcomed curious students within the Summer University of TU Dresden. more...


16/07/2018

How cancer cells hibernate

University Medicine Dresden coordinates new DFG priority programme/ Physicians and scientists are investigating the development of bone metastasesPhysicians and scientists from the Carl Gustav Carus Medical Faculty Dresden at the...more...


Dr. Caghan Kizil © CRTD
03/07/2018

Alzheimer’s in mini format: A novel tool to study disease mechanisms and possible remedies

Laboratory experiments provide clues on how repair processes of the brain could be promoted in Alzheimer's disease. The studies are based on a new model system that uses human stem cells and biohybrid polymer hydrogels. Dresden...more...


© CRTD
03/07/2018

Alzheimer’s in mini format: A novel tool to study disease mechanisms and possible remedies

Laboratory experiments provide clues on how repair processes of the brain could be promoted in Alzheimer's disease. The studies are based on a new model system that uses human stem cells and biohybrid polymer hydrogels.more...


18/06/2018

CMCB welcomed more than 2,900 visitors at this year's Dresden Science Night

On June 15, the CMCB (CRTD, BIOTEC & B CUBE) and some of its partners welcomed more than 2,900 visitors for the 16th Dresden Science Night. Together they prepared more than 30 program items. Moreover, the CRTD was part of the...more...


© Bielefeld Marketing - Sarah Jonek
25/05/2018

CRTD Postdoc Dr. Sara Bragado Alonso wins second place in FameLab Germany 2018 competition

In her presentation she walked the audience through one of evolution's best-kept secrets: the strategy followed to make the human brain unique in nature. more...


25/05/2018

Successful re-accrediation for the 3 CMCB Master’s programs

The three CMCB Master's programs Molecular Bioengineering, Nanobiophysics and Regenerative Biology and Medicine have been successfully (re-)accredited. more...


© CRTD
18/05/2018

Lab coat, pipette and more: Apply now for the 2018/19 period of the scientific Voluntary Social Year (FSJ) at the CRTD

After two successful rounds in 2016/2017 and 2017/2018, the CRTD is happy to announce a new round for its voluntary social year (FSJ) in science 2018/19. more...


© CRTD
17/05/2018

More than 100 visitors at the 2nd Dresdner Aktionstag Demenz at CRTD

Yesterday, more than 100 curious people visited the second Dresdner Aktionstag Demenz at the CRTD - which is jointly organized by the CRTD, Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE), Volkshochschule Dresden e.V....more...


Prof. Dr. Michael Sieweke © CRTD
08/05/2018

2018 Humboldt Professorships awarded: Top researcher Prof. Dr. Michael Sieweke joins CRTD as research group leader

The TU Dresden and the Center for Regenerative Therapies TU Dresden (CRTD) have won Michael Sieweke, an internationally renowned immunologist, for research into new therapeutic approaches in regenerative medicine.more...


Prof. Dr. Michael Sieweke © CRTD
08/05/2018

2018 Humboldt Professorships awarded: Top researcher Prof. Dr. Michael Sieweke joins CRTD as research group leader

The TU Dresden and the Center for Regenerative Therapies TU Dresden (CRTD) have won Michael Sieweke, an internationally renowned immunologist, for research into new therapeutic approaches in regenerative medicine. After working...more...


03/05/2018

Understanding protein aggregation: the role of ribonucleic acids

The Sterneckert lab contributed to a recent paper in Science magazine showing how ribonucleic acid ratios influences protein solubility - a key step to understanding prion-like proteins in cells.more...


© CRTD
02/05/2018

Diving into the world of research: 14 students from Dresden take part in a 2-week industrial internship

From 19th April to 3rd May 2018 and 16th to 27th April 2018 a total of 14 pupils of the Romain-Rolland Gymnasium Dresden (9th grade) and the vocational school centre 'Ernst Lößnitzer' (11th grade) visited the CRTD for an...more...


Prof. Dr. Michael Sieweke @ CRTD
23/04/2018

CRTD welcomes new research group leader Prof. Dr. Michael H. Sieweke

Prof. Dr. Sieweke is the new research group leader for “Stem cell and macrophage biology” at the CRTD.more...


20/04/2018

An inflammatory clock for the age-associated decline in the renewal of insulin-producing cells

The pancreas islet, a cellular community that hosts the insulin-producing beta cells, is known to undergo age-related changes. In particular, aging is associated with a reduction in the renewal capacity of beta-cells and type 2...more...


© CRTD
13/04/2018

Kick-off for new Master’s program in “Computational Modeling and Simulation”

The starting signal for the Master’s course "Computational Modeling and Simulation" (CMS) has been given. more...


© Junker Lab, MDC
10/04/2018

Developmental scars

The MDC researcher Jan Philipp Junker and his team have used CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing to pioneer a technique capable of determining both the type and origin of all the cells in an organism. They describe their method called...more...


Julieta Aprea, Kerstin Lenk © Matías García, CRTD
03/04/2018

Julieta Aprea and Kerstin Lenk are Maria Reiche Mentees 2018/19

Julieta Aprea, postdoc in the laboratory of Federico Calegari and Kerstin Lenk, postdoc in the laboratory of Volker Busskamp at the CRTD, are the latest mentees of the Maria Reiche program of the TU Dresden for female...more...


Dr. Sara Bragado Alonso © CRTD
28/03/2018

CRTD Postdoc Sara Bragado Alonso wins regional heat of “FameLab Germany” in Dresden

Dr. Sara Bragado Alonso, Postdoc in the lab of Prof. Dr. Federico Calegari, won the regional heat of the “FameLab Germany” in Dresden. more...


© CRTD
19/03/2018

CRTD was part of the 10th edition of the European UniStem Day dedicated to stem cell research outreach

Technological innovations and new discoveries in the field of stem cells: these are some of the topics of the Europe-wide UniStem Day 2018, the largest European outreach event on stem cell research for high school students. On...more...


15/03/2018

Internal partnership under civil law between TU Dresden and MPI-CBG enables the use of research synergies

The signatures of the Rector of TU Dresden and the Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG) made the internal partnership under civil law (German: BGB-Innengesellschaft) for...more...


© Martin Kaßner/CRTD
05/03/2018

Preparations for the 2nd Dresdner Aktionstag Demenz are in full swing

On May 16, 2018 the CRTD together with the Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE), Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden and Volkshochschule Dresden e.V. will present the second Dresdner Aktionstag...more...


Sterneckert group © CRTD
01/03/2018

One step further towards potential therapeutics for ALS

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a lethal disease of the central and peripheral nervous system characterized by muscle stiffness followed by progressive weakening and paralysis due to the death of motor neurons.more...


Prof. Dr. Hans Müller-Steinhagen and Prof. Dr. Gerd Kempermann © SMWK
05/02/2018

Representatives from science, academia and culture visit the New Year's Reception of the Saxon State Ministry of Science and Art (SMWK) at CRTD

For the first time, Dr. Eva-Maria Stange, State Minister for Science and Art, invited representatives from science, academia and culture to a New Year's reception, which took place on 2 February in the foyer of the CRTD. more...


© CRTD
24/01/2018

The largest genome ever: Decoding the Axolotl

A team of researchers led by scientists in Vienna, Dresden and Heidelberg has decoded the entire genetic information of the Mexican salamander axolotl. The axolotl genome, which is the largest genome ever to be sequenced, will be...more...


© Stephan Wiegand
24/01/2018

Opening of Clinical Trial Center for Pediatrics: Start of the type 1 diabetes prevention study POInT

On January 29, 2018 - the Clinical Study Center for Pediatrics will open in the rooms of the Children's Hospital of the University Hospital Dresden.more...


Marcel Naumann, Dr. Arun Pal and Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Hermann © Stephan Wiegand/UKD
23/01/2018

ALS: Dresden-based basic researchers discover new disease mechanism for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

The Dresden research team led by Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Hermann from the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus has discovered a new disease mechanism of Amyotrophic Laterals Sclerosis (ALS) in basic...more...


© PantherMedia / Artur Verkhovetskiy
23/01/2018

CMCB presents 1st information day on the international Master's programmes at CMCB

On April 13, 2018 - the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) presents the first information day on the international Master's programmes at CMCB. The day is aimed at students of biology/life sciences, medicine,...more...


© CRTD
12/01/2018

Research group leader Prof. Dr. Marius Ader receives unlimited W2 professorship at the Medical Faculty Carl Gustav Carus

Since 1 January 2018, CRTD Research Group Leader Prof. Dr. Marius Ader has held an unlimited W2 professorship at the Carl Gustav Carus Medical Faculty of the Technical University of Dresden. more...


© CRTD
11/01/2018

Axolotl in the wild is racing towards extinction

The Mexican salamander "axolotl", that regenerates limbs and organs after injuries, is racing towards extinction in the wild. more...


02/01/2018

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 AG more...


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