European Journal of Endocrinology Award 2023 for Henriette Uhlenhaut.
Three years in the making: Inaugural lecture by Prof. Dr. Nina Henriette Uhlenhaut is finally happening May 4th at 2 p.m. at lecture hall 24 (building 4277, Freising).
MetPro prepares for the 9th TUM Campus Lauf.
Congratulations to Barbara for her recent contribution to understand gene repression by the glucocorticoid receptor.
Machine learning reveals STAT motifs as predictors for GR-mediated gene repression
Collaboration with Herve Guillou, Catherine Postic and Michael Schupp:
ATGL-dependent white adipose tissue lipolysis controls hepatocyte PPARα activity
Collaboration with Max Delbrück Center Berlin:
Integrative analysis of macrophage ribo-Seq and RNA-Seq data define glucocorticoid receptor regulated inflammatory response genes into distinct regulatory classes
TUM PREP is coming up in 2023 soon. We loved to have had TUM PREP student Kalina visiting this year. For more Informations see the TUM PREP webpage.
Labretreat 2022 Reitenhaslach/Burghausen
Two days of great scientific talks and nice (hot) weather.
Congratulations to Henriette Uhlenhaut and Sara Della Torre for the 2022 Science Award of the City of Freising!
Collaboration with the Kooijman lab:
Angiopoietin-like 4 governs diurnal lipoprotein lipase activity in brown adipose tissue
Collaboration with the Gachon lab:
Disruption of the circadian clock component BMAL1 elicits an endocrine adaption impacting on insulin sensitivity and liver disease
Collaboration with Sara Della Torre and Adriana Maggi:
Dietary essential amino acids restore liver metabolism in ovariectomized mice via hepatic estrogen receptor α
Collaboration with the Charite Berlin:
Cardioprotective Effects of Palmitoleic Acid (C16:1n7) in a Mouse Model of Catecholamine-Induced Cardiac Damage Are Mediated by PPAR Activation
We are now part of the ADMIRE network:
Mineralocorticoid receptors in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Franziska Greulich together with Sabine Vettorazzi from the Comparative Molecular Endocrinology Ulm University receive 800,000 € DFG funding to study the reversible cellular and genomic changes induced by glucocorticoid long-term treatment.
New publication (preprint): BRG1 defines a genomic subset of inflammatory genes transcriptionally controlled by the glucocorticoid receptor
We are now part of the CRC/TRR333 - BATenergy.
Labretreat 2021 Reitenhaslach/Burghausen
Two days of great scientific talks.
Check out our protocol for spike-in ChIP normalization!
"Stress, Immunsystem, Übergewicht - welchen Einfluss Hormone auf unsere Gene haben"
to our newest lab member, graduate student Marion Schweiger.
New publication: SETD1A/COMPASS mediates anti-inflammatory glucocorticoid function
Virtual Holiday Party and 'Lab Awards', including most irrelevant result, ugliest blot/figure
and highest number of failed NGS runs.
Celebrating 1 year of Metabolic Programming @TUM and 7 years of Endocrinology @HDC!
Article "Forum-Journal 26.09.2020" (German)
New lab member: welcome ZIEL graduate student Zhanhua Xing!
How does Dexamethasone curb inflammation?
New review article together with TUM Bioinformatics
Collaboration with University of Padova, Italy
Collaboration with the Helmholtz Diabetes Center (IDO)
Excited about a lot of new lab equipment!
Appointment of Prof. Uhlenhaut by TUM President Herrmann.