Curriculum 2020

08. – 09.04. IRTG module: Biomarkers in Obesity
27. – 28.04. CRC retreat I in Leipzig, Centre for Biotechnology and Biomedicine (BBZ)
29.04. Prospective: Starting a Career at the Institute of Food Hygiene
04. - 06.05. Summer School - Monastery Drübeck
11. - 12.06. IRTG module: Principles of Clinical Studies
07. - 08.07. IRTG skilling course: Interview Training
22.07. Mentoring cafe
02.-03.09 Two-day review of the Collaborative Research Centre 1052
10.09. IRTG skilling course: Speed reading
28.-29.09. IRTG module: Statistics and Bioinformatics
Nov IRTG module: Therapeutics Targeting Obesity
30.11.- 04.12. CRISPR Genome Editing Workshop
   

Workshops on transferable skills are offered by the Research Academy Leipzig.

IRTG module Biomarkers in Obesity

The number of biomarkers related to obesity and to associated diseases is still growing. This module will provide information on current laboratory chemistry, analytic methods, metabolic profiling and diagnostic strategies.

Principal investigators:

- Prof. Uta Ceglarek (CRC1052/A9), topic: quantitative mass spectrometry

- PD Dr. Jürgen Schiller (CRC1052, Z3), topic: (MALDI) Mass spectrometric and NMR spectroscopic Analysis 

- Prof. Martin von Bergen (CRC1052/Z3), topic: Mass spectrometry in proteomics 

Date   April 8-9, 2020
Venue - Institute of Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics (ILM)
- Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig
- Institute for Medical Physics and Biophysics
Time  9:00-17:00

The preliminary program is under development.

Register NOW!

E-mail to: Lysann.penkalla@Medizin.uni-leipzig.de

Prospective: Starting a Career at the Institute of Food Hygiene

A strong path in life science leads to a focus on academic careers. The day at the Institute of Food Hygiene is designed for the doctoral students in career related matters and in order to produce a tailored career development program based on their needs.

Date: April 29, 2020

Venue: Institute of Food Hygiene, An den Tierkliniken 1, 04301 Leipzig

Time 9:30-12:00

Content: Introduction to the research field of nutrition especially the nutriCARD including laboratory tour and practical part

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E-mail to: Lysann.penkalla@Medizin.uni-leipzig.de

Summer School 2020

Welcome

We invite the doctoral students of the Integrated Research Training Group IRTG "Obesity Mechanisms" of the CRC 1052 to attend the IRTG-Summer School in the Monastery Drübeck, Harz. The Summer School has a special focus on young scientists. This year numerous slots of oral and posterpresentations and different skilling courses will be provided.

Date:   May 4-6, 2020
 Venue:  Tagungs- und Begegnungsstätte, Evangl. Zentrum Kloster Drübeck, Klostergarten 6, 38871 Ilsenburg OT Drübeck

I. Career planning for doctoral researchers - How to prepare yourself for the next step

Content: The majority of PhD holders does not stay in academia, but pursues careers in a variety of fields. Still, many young scientist struggle with finding out which career path they would like to pursue. They often do not know which career options exist, and even more importantly, they often have never taken the time to reflect on what kind of work they would actually like to do, and what their values, interests and goals in life are.

Lecturer: Dr. Iris Köhler, www.thescientistcoach.de

II. Professional networking and communication

Content: A sustainable network is a key factor for a successful careerinside and outside theacademic sector. It allows an exchange of knowledge, accessto the key informati-on, and mutual support for successful projects. The key to networking is buildingmeaningful relationships and mutual trust.

Lecturer: Dr. Markus Gyger, www.gyger-training.de

See you in Drübeck!

Mentoring Cafe

Invitation

We invite the doctoral students of the Integrated Research Training Group IRTG "Obesity Mechanisms" of the CRC 1052 to attend our "Mentoring cafe".
Guest: Georg Teichert, equal opportunity commissioner of the Leipzig University
Content:
Date: July 22, 2020
Venue: Rudolf Schoenheimer Institute of Biochemistry, Seminar room D301/302
Time: 2 p.m.
IRTG skilling course: Speed reading
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How to read fast and efficiently – Improved Reading crash course

Scientific work involves a significant amount of reading. How about increasing your reading speed by 50-100% while at the same time improving the quality of your reading…and boosting your motivation? In this systematic step-by-step training program of practical exercises and well dosed theoretical parts you will overcome the typical three main reading faults and sharpen the focus of your reading. 

The course aim is to considerably enhance your individual reading efficiency: 

- increased reading speed (around 50-100%, depending on text difficulty and English proficiency)

- better text comprehension

- variation of different reading techniques

- improved memory retention

- higher level of concentration and motivation

Trainer: Friedrich Hasse, M.A., Improved Reading Trainer since 2003 in German and English, co-author of the best-selling book “Schneller lesen - besser verstehen” ("Read faster with better comprehension”, 80.000 sold copies since 2008). More information in German see: https://speedreading.berlin/blog/
The workshop will be held in English - for all students/researchers who read many English texts on a regular base. Good/very good English reading (not necessarily speaking) proficiency is expected (approx. B2 English language level).
Date: September 10, 2020
Venue: Max-Bürger-Zentrum, Johannisallee 30, Room B030.2
Time: 9:00-17:30
CRISPR Genome Editing Workshop
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Description

CRISPR (clustered, regularly interspaced, short palindromic repeats) is a defense mechanism in bacteria that degrades invasive viral DNA and other exogenous DNA. We offer an one-week training course to get familiar with the powerful technology. We have designed a comprehensive CRISPR workshop comprised of both lectures and hands-on laboratory work.

 

Trainer: Dr. Angela Schulz

Date: 30.11.- 04.12. 2020

Time: 09:00-16:30

Venue: Rudolf Schoenheimer Institute of Biochemistry

Number of participants: max. 10