DDHD opening celebration

The Drug Discovery Hub Dortmund (DDHD), of which ISAS is one of the partners, was ceremonially opened at the TU Dortmund on 17 September.

ISAS becomes part of another "Innovative Training Network"

For the second time this year, ISAS becomes part of an EU-funded "Innovative Training Network" (ITN) for the joint education of PhD students.

Successful evaluation

ISAS has successfully completed its evaluation: The Leibniz senate recommends that the institute should be funded for a complete evaluation period of seven years.

International Team establishes multiplex methods for the mouse proteome

A team of researchers from ISAS and the University of Victoria, Canada, is establishing a novel set of multiplex analyses for the mouse proteome.

Annual Report 2017 online

The ISAS Annual Report 2017 is available for download now.

ISAS as project partner in a new Collaborative Research Centre

ISAS has entered a new DFG Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) as a project partner. The collaboration aims to decode the complex and insufficiently understood functions of platelets.

Excellent science wins at ISAS

Professor Kristina Lorenz, head of the Biomedical Research department at ISAS and director at the WGHZ (Westdeutsches Herz- und Gefäßzentrum) in Essen, has won the renowned Arthur Weber Prize from the German Cardiac Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kardiologie, DGK).

Global Young Faculty in a “fireside chat” with Norbert Lammert

In February, the Global Young Faculty (GYF), to which ISAS scientist Ayten Kalfe belongs, met the former president of the German Bundestag, Norbert Lammert, for a fireside chat.

Host or guest?

Scientists from ZMT, ISAS and the University of Bremen have now analysed how tropical foraminifera in coral reefs and their symbiotic algae deal with rising temperatures on a molecular level.

Thieving phosphates

In a current PNAS paper, ISAS scientists examine an important signalling mechanism in cells.