Our research work – open to the public
Here you will find an overview of our upcoming public events and posts about our past public events. Our public events are aimed at all people with a scientific interest in infection diseases and immune defences. Of course we would also be pleased if you share our events in the social media.
Posts about Past Public Events
UniStem Day 2023
UniStem Day 2023: Put on your gown and gloves and off you go: At this year's international UniStem Day at the MHH, organised by the team of RESIST professor Dr. Nico Lachmann, Dr. Ruth Olmer and Dr. [...]
COVID – and what happens next?
Professor Dr. Melanie Brinkmann and Professor Dr. Reinhold Förster summarised the past three years with SARS-CoV-2 and ventured a look into the future on 17 January at Herrenhausen Palace as part of [...]
Covid-19 pandemic: (no) end in sight?
2 January 2023 Join us, it's going to be exciting: On the evening of 17 January from 8.30 p.m., Professor Brinkmann and Professor Förster will discuss with the audience lessons learned from the pande [...]
“Research in Germany” Virtual Fair, 7 July 2020
RESIST took part at the virtual career fair "Research in Germany" on July 7th, where numerous international students and postdoctoral researchers interested in doing research in Germany have been loo [...]
RESIST on stage
Coffee is good for the liver! This is one of the many interesting messages that RESIST researcher Professor Dr. Markus Cornberg and PD Dr. Benjamin Maasoumy advised the approximately 320 guests who h [...]
Does eating sweets damage the liver?
What's bad and what ist good for the liver? On January 22, RESIST researcher Professor Dr. Markus Cornberg (left) and his colleague Dr. Benjamin Maasoumy (right) will give a moody lecture on liver he [...]
First RESIST panel discussion counts around 230 visitors
Wenn das Immunsystem es nicht alleine schafft: Mit einer Podiumsdiskussion veranschaulichten RESIST-Forscherinnen und Forscher am 1. Oktober von 19-21 Uhr im Tagungszentrum Schloss Herrenhausen, wora [...]
RESIST introduces itself to Hanover
If the immune system is too weak: RESIST researchers are going to present what they are working on – and for whom – with a panel discussion at Herrenhausen Palace conference centre on 1st of October. [...]