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Congratulations to Giulia Furesi for defending her Ph.D. thesis with summa cum laude!

2021-07-23T13:44:06+02:00

Congratulations to Giulia Furesi for defending her Ph.D. thesis with summa cum laude! For her doctoral studies in the osteooncology field, Giulia focused on the role of extracellular vesicles in bone-prostate cancer cell crosstalk. Dresden, 23.07.2021 Her research emphasizes the importance of tumor-derived extracellular vesicles in intercellular communication and underlines their impact on altering the physiological behavior of distant target cells, specifically osteoblasts. Moreover, Giulia’s results suggest that uptake of PCa-derived exosomal miRNAs by osteoblasts might contribute to the formation of metastatic bone lesions. This project would have not been possible without the [...]

Congratulations to Giulia Furesi for defending her Ph.D. thesis with summa cum laude!2021-07-23T13:44:06+02:00

Congratulations to Maria Ledesma Colunga and Giulia Furesi on their great achievements at the ECTS Digital Congress 2021!

2021-05-17T14:01:45+02:00

Congratulations to Maria Ledesma Colunga and Giulia Furesi on their great achievements at the ECTS Digital Congress 2021! Dresden, 17.05.2021 Giulia Furesi and Maria Ledesma Colunga, both young scientists from the Dresden Bone Lab, received the opportunity to present their research on the ECTS Digital Congress 2021 in form of an oral presentation. Giulia Furesi presented her PhD thesis work in the osteooncology field as an oral presentation in the basic/translational session: Cancer, Regeneration and Stem Cells with the title: “Extracellular vesicles from metastatic prostate cancer modulate osteoblastic functions”. Her abstract has been [...]

Congratulations to Maria Ledesma Colunga and Giulia Furesi on their great achievements at the ECTS Digital Congress 2021!2021-05-17T14:01:45+02:00

Auszeichnung für Dresdner Knochenforscher

2021-03-09T16:45:02+01:00

Auszeichnung für Dresdner Knochenforscher Bei der Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Endokrinologie (DGE) werden herausragende wissenschaftliche Arbeiten auf dem Gebiet der Osteologie mit dem von Recklinghausen Preis ausgezeichnet. In diesem Jahr wurde diese Ehre einem Forscherteam des Bone Lab Dresden zuteil. Dresden, 09.03.2021 Dr. med. univ. Nikolai Jaschke gelang unter der Supervision von PD Dr. Tilman Rachner und Dr. Andy Göbel der Nachweis einer neuen Funktion des Proteins Dickkopf-1 (DKK1). „Dickkopf-1 ist primär für seine Rolle in der Regulation des Knochenstoffwechsels bekannt. In unseren Untersuchungen konnten wir nun jedoch anhand klinischer Daten, Zell- [...]

Auszeichnung für Dresdner Knochenforscher2021-03-09T16:45:02+01:00

FOP Germany supports the Bone Lab Dresden

2020-11-04T09:16:36+01:00

FOP Germany supports the Bone Lab Dresden Dresden, 03.11.2020 Last week, we received the wonderful news that the FOP Association in Germany (www.fop-ev.de), a patient organization, will support research in the Bone Lab Dresden that is connected to heterotopic ossification and FOP. Receiving such a generous gift from FOP eV is a tremendous honor and highly motivating! We are delighted to have the support from such an active patient group! FOP is an ultra-rare disease that is characterized by excessive heterotopic ossification that progressively limits movement. All patients with FOP have a characteristic [...]

FOP Germany supports the Bone Lab Dresden2020-11-04T09:16:36+01:00

Tracing Iron

2020-10-16T11:18:03+02:00

Tracing Iron  Newly funded Research Unit FerrOs studies effects of iron metabolism on bone and liver health. Professor Martina Rauner and associates receive 4.5 million Euros for DFG Research Group. Dresden, 16.10.2020 The trace element iron is essential for life. The liver is a central organ for iron homeostasis and maintains systemic iron levels in a narrow range that is optimal for human health. Iron deficiency is commonly the result of inappropriate uptake as in vegetarians or after chronic blood loss. The resulting iron-deficiency anemia is a common disease of the elderly. However, [...]

Tracing Iron2020-10-16T11:18:03+02:00