|20.-21.03.||IRTG skilling course: Scientific writing|
|30.03.||Networking event: Doc´s breakfast|
|21. 04.||Research data management course|
|08.-09.05.||I. CRC retreat 2023|
|24., 25.05.||Microscopy course|
|05.- 07.06.||Doctoral meeting - Summer school|
|22.06.postponed||IRTG skilling course: Concept and design of graphical abstracts|
|23.06.||Long Night of Science|
|18., 21.09.||IRTG skilling course: Advanced statistic course|
|19.10.||IRTG skilling course: Concept and design of graphical abstracts|
|October||IRTG scientific module: Neurobiological aspects of obesity|
|23.10.||Career cafe: “What happens to alumni…?”|
|13.-14.11.||II. CRC retreat 2023|
|December||Doctoral Christmas Meeting|
Venue: Rudolf Schönheimer Institute of Biochemistry, Johannisallee 30, 3rd flour, Seminar room D301/302
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Lecturer: Dr. Juliane Handschuh
In this workshop, you will learn the following:
The planning stage: structure and focus
Preparing the sections of a manuscript
Professional and structured writing
Title and abstract
Focus on publishing: Publication strategy, increasing the impact of your manuscript, communicating with the editor of a scientific journal,working with and responding to reviewer's comments
Registration is open! Send an email to Lysann.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to your participation.
Best regards, Lysann Penkalla
All members of the Integrated Research Training Group "Obesity Mechanisms" are very welcome to join the Networking Event "Doc´s Breakfast". This year, everything revolved around the 2023 curriculum of the research training group. The doctoral meeting aims to stimulate professional exchange on obesity science. Furthermore, the young researcher should look after new cooperation partners for their Lab rotations in the CRC. Each participant will bring and share their favourite food to the event.
Where: Rudolf-Schoenheimer Institute of Biochemistry, Seminar room D301/302
When: 30.03.2023, 9.00 a.m.
Datum: 21. April 2023
Uhrzeit: 8:30 - 15:30 Uhr
Format: online Workshop, in deutsch
alle Aspekte des Forschungsdatenmanagements entlang des Forschungsdatenlebenszyklus
Dokumentation und Publikation von Daten (inkl. persistenter Identifier und Lizenzvergabe)
Nachnutzung von Daten
Datenschutz und der Anonymisierung von Daten
Anmeldung unter folgender Emailadresse: Lysann.email@example.com
Date: 24 and 25 May
Venue: Carl –Ludwig-Institute (CLI), Institute of Anatomy & Paul-Flechsig-Institute (PFI)
- Basic knowledge in principles of optics proceeds through transmitted light microscopy and covers laser scanning microscopy (LSM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM)
- This course will focus on advanced quantitative fluorescence microscopy techniques for imaging various biological specimens, from cells to single molecules.
- Provides detailed knowledge of the working principles of confocal and widefield fluorescence imaging.
- Focuses on teaching the theoretical background covering transmission electron microscopy (TEM) for cell biology
Registration is open
Please register by sending an e-mail to Lysann.firstname.lastname@example.org .
Welcome to Summer School Information
We invite all doctoral researchers of the Integrated Research Training Group IRTG "Obesity Mechanisms" of the CRC 1052 to attend the IRTG-Summer School in the Hotel Schloss Schweinsburg. The Summer School has a particular focus on young scientists. This year numerous slots of oral and poster presentations and different skilling courses will be provided.
|Date:||June 5-7, 2023|
|Venue:||Hotel Schloss Schweinsburg, Hauptstraße 147 – 149
08459 Neukirchen/ Pleiße bei Zwickau
- Poster session, Data blitz session
- 2 Workshops:
- 1. Proposal writing: How to create promising grant applications
- 2. Get the basics of science communication on social media
Journals are increasingly requesting the submission of a "graphical" or "visual abstract" alongside the body of the article. This concise, pictorial and visual summary of the article's main findings. It could either be the concluding figure from the paper or, better still, a figure specially designed for the purpose, which captures the article's content for readers at a glance.
Date: 19 October 2023 |
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
Venue: Seminar room D301/302, Rudolf Schoenheimer Institute of Biochemistry
Structure and Content |
Basics of Design and Visualisation
Practice Session Graphical Abstract
We want to provide a two-days workshop combining a course in "Advanced Statistics and Statistical thinking"
Date: 18, 21 September
Format: Online workshop
Workshop lecturer: Dr. Peter Paul Heym
Short recap of Introductory course – from significance testing to ANOVA
ANOVA scenarios for more complex situations
Minimizing experimental runs by applying design of experiments – from ANOVA to DoE
DoE applications – Full factorial, fractional factorial and Plackett-Burman Designs
Optimizing designs (Response-surface- & Mixture-designs)
Linear mixed effects models – advantages over ANOVA & applications
Introduction in Bayes-Statistics and Bayes-analysis
Registration by sending an email to Lysann.email@example.com
We want to invite you to the following career event:
The career cafe is a career perspective that explores future career options in academia and beyond. We invite professionals with academic backgrounds who work in exciting positions. Our guests present their personal career paths, and doctoral researchers have the opportunity for an in-depth discussion in a relaxed atmosphere.
In October 2023, we invite the CRC 1052 alumna Elisabeth Jäger. Since 2020, she has been a postdoctoral scientist at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She pursued her PhD on " Mechanism of the Ca²⁺-induced, GPCR-mediated inflammasome activation in human monocytes" in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Rheumatology, between 2014 and 2020. Elisabeth Jäger will speak about her doctoral working time and try to advise by drawing from her experience and describing her career path.