Taken from IFB Blog: http://www.ifb-leipzig.com/en/blog/2012–09-27-adiposity-responsible-loss-brain-cells Is adiposity responsible for the loss of brain cells? A new study shows that adiposity apparently increases the risk for dementia. The connection between the two diseases is more complex that previously assumed. In Germany currently more than one million people suffer from the loss of...
Anja Dietrich joins the project as PhD student funded by the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (KAS). Welcome!
Jana Kube joins the project as PhD student in the IFB Junior Research Group PD Dr. Jane Neumann. Welcome!!
Read the full article online (German only).
As of April 1st, we will have three new members joining the lab; Sven Preusser, PhD student funded by MPG, Martin Federbusch, PhD student in the IFB-program MD Pro1, and Jakob Simmank, PhD student in the IFB-program MD Pro1. A warm welcome to all of you!
Annette got interviewed on food addiction by German’s newspaper welt. Read the (German) article here.
Welcome Anne Schrimpf, who joins the lab as MaxNetAging-PhD-Student.
Annette gave an interview in German’s newspaper taz. You can read it online here (German content).
We warmly welcome Claudia Grellmann, who joins the lab as PhD student in the IFB.
David Mathar joins the project as PhD student in the IFB PD Dr. Jane Neumann Junior Research Group. We wish him a warm welcome!