The 8th International IZKF Symposium "The Magic M‘s in Modern Medicine" is planned for June 9th and 10th, 2022 in Kloster Banz. You can now register for the IZKF Symposium using our registration form.Continue
The IZKF newsletter will be published twice a year from now on and will report news from the board, the junior staff and the administrative office. Also feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you have news for publication.Continue
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Paolo Ceppi for receiving an Ascending Investigator Grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for his work on 'Understanding and targeting the polyol pathway and fructose dependency of non-small-cell lung.Continue
The IZKF renames the modules of the Clinician Scientist Programme in CSP Step 1 and CSP Step 2.
This change was made due to the start of the BMBF-funded new programme "iIMMUNE - Interfaces in Immunomedicine" under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Beate Winner, Head of the Department of Stem Cell Biology...Continue
The winner of the IZKF Publication Award has now been selected. The IZKF administrative office received a total of 22 applications from young scientists by the end of February, of which the Junior Scientist Committee has now selected one.Continue
In October, the IZKF Board had decided to postpone the 8th IZKF-Symposium from 2021 to 2022. The new date has now been fixed:
The symposium will take place from 09 to 11 June 2022 in Kloster Banz in Bad Staffelstein.Continue
The panel of experts, with the participation of the spokespersons for the main research areas and the Scientific Advisory Board of the IZKF, decided to support four new groups of young researchers.Continue
The annual general assembly of the IZKF took place on Tuesday, 08.12.2020.
The IZKF chairman, Professor Wegner and Professor Becker (Junior Scientist Committee) gave a review and outlook on funding programmes of the IZKFContinue