Scientific & Professional Training
Comprehensive Pneumology Center
Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn.
Creating a unique structured translational training and education platform to ultimately raise future (clinician-)scientist leaders in respiratory medicine and science. Read more...
Darcy E. Wagner, member of the Research Unit "Lung Repair and Regeneration"(LRR) at the CPC and participant in the Helmholtz Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme has been awarded a grant endowed with 40.000 Dollars from the ATS Foundation. The grant aims to identify novel routes to induce...
In honour of her scientific achievements, Dr. Ilona Kammerl, scientist at the Comprehensive Pneumology Center (CPC), Helmholtz Zentrum München, received one of the three Graduate Students Awards.In order to encourage outstanding doctoral dissertations, the Münchner Bank, the Verein der Freunde...
Translating research into practice is one of the key aspects of modern medical science. To allow for such translations, qualified experts with notion of both basic science and clinical medicine are needed. To gain more insight into recent developments in lung biology and disease research at the...
Vanessa Welk, member of the CPC Research School and PhD student in the research group "Proteasome Function in Chronic Lung Disease" (Meiners lab) at the iLBD/CPC, was honored with a poster award for her abstract "Proteasome activator 200 (PA200) is dysregulated in fibrotic tissue...
You are cordially invited to our first Career Day on November 10, 2016. The aim is to provide insights on different career paths in specific fields (program). We invited alumni and other scientists from Academia, Industry and beyond to briefly share their personal career paths. Afterwards you have...
The MD/PhD Program at the Comprehensive Pneumology Center (CPC) aims to create a unique translational training and education platform to ultimately raise future (clinician-)scientist leaders in respiratory medicine and science.
The program benefits from its supporting partners - the Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health - and the Ludwig-Maximilians-University and the university hospital system - thereby providing an excellent and inspiring environment for translational research.
(Clinician-)Scientists trained within the program have diverse career options in the expanding biomedical field, and will undoubtedly be able to advance our understanding of lung disease and develop novel therapies for improving the care and quality of life of patients suffering from lung disease.
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