Current News 2018

Call for papers: GC-I³ Paper of the Year 2018

In 2018, the Health Campus Immunology, Infectiology and Inflammation is offering prices for the “GC-I³ Paper of the Year”. Please submit your work before 31.01.2019. 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 2018 (no later than 31.12.2018).
♦ 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 2019. 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 spring 2019 during the next general assembly of the GC-I³.

Please send your application by email to Dr. Beyrau no later than 31.01.2019. 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).

The prize-winning publications of 2017 and 2016 can be seen here!

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

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First line of defence against influenza further decoded

GC-I³ researchers detect a crucial new role for a known receptor molecule in the first defensive response of the immune system to influenza infection of the lung

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Year in Review for Internal Medicine 2017 – Summary of Important Developments

In 2018, representatives of Internal Medicine once again reported on many new and exciting developments at the traditional Year in Review for Internal Medicine in Magdeburg. The most important developments, which were discussed by the lecturers in seven exciting presentations, are summarized in the Ärzteblatt Sachsen-Anhalt.

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Further funding for the scientific careers of young doctors

The Else Kröner Research College at the University Hospital Magdeburg (Speakers: Prof. Thomas Fischer and Prof. Thomas Tüting, both board members of the GC-I³) has successfully been renewed for a second funding period of three years (2018 - 2021).

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GC-I³ scientist Prof. Dr. Berend Isermann receives an award for innovation

Prof. Dr. med. Berend Isermann, director of the Institute for Clinical Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, PI of SFB 854 and researcher at the Health Campus Immunology, Infectiology and Inflammation, is one of only three researchers awarded with this year’s innovation award from the BioRegionen Deutschlands.

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