Current News 2017

Year in Review for Internal Medicine 2016 – Summary of Important Developments

On the 14th of January 2017, representatives of the internist disciplines reported on many new and exciting developments at the traditional Year in Review for Internal Medicine in Magdeburg in the Congress and Cultural Center Fichte.  The Ärtzteblatt Sachsen-Anhalt reported on this event in the April issue. 

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Call for papers: GC-I³ Paper of the Year 2017

In 2017, the Health Campus Immunology, Infectiology and Inflammation is offering prices for the “GC-I³ Paper of the Year”. Please submit your work before 31.12.2017. We are offering three prizes (rewarded with 1000€, 500€ and 250€) and we are looking forward to your submissions!

 The submitted works must fulfill the following criteria:
♦ The work must have been either published or officially accepted in 2017 (no later than 31.12.2017).
♦ The applicant must be the lead author (or a group of lead authors) for the publication, and the publication must have been primarily produced in a facility that is part of the GC-I³.
♦ The GC-I3 must be named in the affiliation.*

An independent commission will vote on the three best works at the start of 2018. Then, all members of the GC-I³ can take part in a secret ballot to determine the order in which the prizes are awarded. The prizes will then be rewarded in February/March during the next general assembly of the GC-I³.

Please send your recommendations by email to Dr. Beyrau no later than 31.12.2017. Required Documentation: a complete PDF of the publication and a short explanation why the publication is especially impactful (max. 300 words, in German if possible).

Author A1
1 Institute of Molecular and Clinical Immunology, Health Campus Immunology, Infectiology and Inflammation, Otto-von-Guericke-University, Magdeburg, Germany

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GC-I³ Paper of the Year 2016 - the Award Winners!

In 2016, the Health Campus Immunology, Infectiology and Inflammation called for applications for the “GC-I³ Paper of the Year” for the first time. Many members of the GC-I³ submitted papers, which made it very hard for the jury to choose the best three of the fourteen applications.

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Record Attendance at the 4th Magdeburg Antiinfectives Day

On 23.11.2016, the 4th Magdeburg Antiinfectives Day took place at Magdeburg’s University Hospital. The discussion topic this year was sepsis. In its March edition, the Ärzteblatt Sachsen-Anhalt reported that the event had a record attendance with more than 170 visitors. The event was organized by Prof. Dr. Dirk Schlüter (member of the GC-I³ board of directors) and Prof. Dr. Gernot Geginat (Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hospital Hygiene).

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Rare Blood Disease Improves the Defense Against Germs

Researchers of the HZI and of the University of Magdeburg find increased immune reaction associated with a rare bone marrow disease.

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