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Mario Zaiss will host the two-day scientific symposium Gut-Bone Axis Meeting 2022 in Erlangen, bringing together researchers and clinicians from the immunology, bone and gut fields with internationally renowned keynote speakers. Registration is open until June 19th 2022 . Link: Gut-Bone Axis Meet...

Saturday, May 21, 2 p.m. to midnight, in Erlangen, Nuremberg and Fürth. For one night on the road through the metropolitan region and look into the future with science: The tenth Long Night of Science will take place on Saturday, May 21 - this year already in spring, but with many open-air events. ...

Gerhard Krönke has invited Prof. Dominic Grün from the Institute of Systems Immunology in Würzburg for the MICE Seminar on 03.05.22 at 17:15. Title of his presentation: "Hidden message in the noise: decomposing single-cell transcriptome variability". Location: Seminar room of the Institute ...

We support refugee scientists from Ukraine to continue their scientific work in the field of inflammation research in Erlangen. Based on the German Research Foundation (DFG)-funded Walter Benjamin-Programme, which aims to integrate refugee scientists into the German science system at every stage of...

A disorder in the intestine may be the cause of rheumatic pain in the joints. This is what studies show. An anti-inflammatory diet with lots of fiber can help alleviate the symptoms. In a recent TV report, Prof. Neurath, Prof. Schett and Prof. Zaiss talk about this topic. Link to NDR Visite Furt...

On 09.12.2021, the DFG main committee decided to extend the research group for another period. We are looking forward to another 3 years in which we will further investigate the mechanisms that trigger autoimmunity in rheumatoid arthritis and promote the transition to inflammation.

Rewiring the power plant of our cells supports "garbage burning" during inflammation. New data from a research team at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) show that danger signals (so-called alarmins), which are released from damaged cells during inflammatory processes, enable a...

Ever wondered about the connections between bone and gut? How do the enzymes and hormones produced in one site influence the other? Can altering gut microbiota change bone mineral metabolism, inflammatory arthritis, age- and hormone-induced osteoporosis? Join us for the Gut-Bone Axis meeting 2021 - ...

Study creates basis for new forms of therapy for chronic inflammatory diseases Although inflammations normally subside on their own, they can recur under certain circumstances and subsequently develop into chronic inflammatory diseases. A team from Erlangen University Hospital and Friedrich Alexand...