Pint of Science in Kiel
Pint of Science reaches Kiel – experience a new format to convey scientific content to the public.
Pint of Science – What is that?
Pint of Science is an annual, world-wide science festival that aims to …read more
Internist from Kiel receives Else Kröner Clinician Scientist Professorship
The young Kiel internist and scientist PD Dr. Konrad Aden has been awarded the highly prestigious Else Kröner Clinician Scientist Professorship. The research portion of this ten-year professorship is funded by the Else Kröner-Fresenius-Stiftung (EKFS) …read more
Blood group helps determine composition of gut microbiome
Research team from Kiel University demonstrates connections of certain gene variants with the composition of bacterial colonization in the human body in large genome study
For several years, scientists worldwide have been investigating the extent …read more
PMI cluster member receives Martin-Gülzow-Prize of the Society for Gastroenterology
Konrad Aden receives the Young Investigator Award for his research on the influence of the metabolism of intestinal bacteria on the effectiveness of antibody therapies.
The Martin-Gülzow-Prize is awarded by the German Society for Gastroenterology, …read more
Wild animals allow new insights into the skin microbiome
Research team at Kiel University describes differences in the bacterial colonization of the skin in house and laboratory mice as a basis for future improved dermatological models for the first time
In recent decades, the …read more
Research Unit 5042 miTarget was funded!
DFG funds new research group “miTarget” at Kiel University with seven million euros
In people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, the immune system fights parts of their …read more