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Meet us at this year's International Cells in Motion Symposium

Meet us at this year's International Cells in Motion Symposium

29.08.2017

Arndt will present a talk about the role of Notch signaling in angiogenesis and artery formation.

International CiM Symposium
New paper out in PloS ONE!

New paper out in PloS ONE!

17.08.2017

Wade Sugden published a new paper about the function of the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor in Zebrafish in PloS ONE
New Publication in Nature Cell Biology

New Publication in Nature Cell Biology

21.7.2017

We published a paper analyzing how Notch signaling controls artery formation during angiogenesis

Link to article: Nature Cell Biology
Congratulations to Martin Lange!

Congratulations to Martin Lange!

14.7.2017

Martin Lange graduated with Honors at the WWU, Münster. We all congratulate him!
10<sup>th</sup> European Zebrafish meeting in Budapest, Hungary
5.7.2017

Wade presented a talk entitled "Endoglin controls blood vessel diameters via endothelial cell shape changes in response to hemodynamic cues".
We ran!

We ran!

21.06.2017

17. Leonardo Campus Run
The participants from our lab in this year's Leonardo Campus Run. From left to right: Roman Tsaryk, Martin Lange, Arndt Siekmann, Wade Sugden
12<sup>th</sup> HHT International Scientific conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia
8.6.2017

Arndt presented a talk entitled "Endoglin controls blood vessel diameter through endothelial cell shape changes".
New paper in Nature Cell Biology
23.05.2017

We have a new paper published in Nature Cell Biology on the influence of Endoglin on blood vessel diameters.
Award-winning poster
28.04.2017

Martin Lange wins a poster prize at the 11th CiM Graduate School meeting. Congratulations!
First Chilean-German Workshop on vascular mural cell biology

03.04.2017

We enjoyed our time in Chile with great talks and many stimulating scientific discussions. Invited speakers from left to right: Naoki Mochizuki, Osaka, Japan, Nathan Lawson, Worcester, USA, Arndt Siekmann, Münster, Germany, Julio Amigo, Santiago, Chile, Miguel Concha, Santiago, Chile.

First Chilean-German Workshop on vascular mural cell biology

Meet us at the Transregio 23 Meeting "From Vascular Differentiation and Remodeling to Organotypic Vasculature" from March 27-28 in Heidelberg
20.3.2017

Martin Lange will present a poster with the title:

"Duplicated vegfa genes control early central nervous system vascularization"
Graduation party
10.02.2017

Graduation party with all students of the Siekmann lab who received a PhD so far. From left to right: Eva Kochhan, Wade Sugden, Sana Safatul Hasan, Cong Xu and PI Arndt Siekmann.
Congratulations!
10.02.2017

Sana Safatul Hasan and Wade Sugden graduated with Honors from the CiM-IMPRS PhD program. Congratulations from everybody in the laboratory!
First Chilean-German Workshop on vascular mural cell biology

25.11.2016

Together with our cooperation partner Julio Amigo, we will be organizing our "First Chilean-German Workshop on vascular mural cell biology" in Santiago de Chile in March 2017.
 
Please refer to the website for more information:
First Chilean-German Workshop on vascular mural cell biology".

Arndt was awarded a Heisenberg fellowship from the German Research Foundation (DFG)
05.11.2016

Arndt received a Heisenberg fellowship to further study blood vessel development in zebrafish.
Meet us at the IVBM meeting in Boston from October 30<sup>th</sup> to November 3<sup>rd</sup>
01.10.2016

Arndt will present a talk with the title:

"Endoglin Controls Blood Vessel Diameter via EC Shape Changes in Response to Haemodynamic Cues"
Meet us at the Gordon Research Conference “Endothelial Cell Phenotypes in Health and Disease” in Girona from July 17<sup>th</sup>-22<sup>nd</sup>
01.07.2016

Arndt will present a talk with the title:

"Endoglin Controls Blood Vessel Diameter via EC Shape Changes"
Lab retreat with the laboratory of Stefan Luschnig

02-04.06.2016

We had a great time in Zwolle, Netherlands together with the members of the laboratory of Stefan Luschnig. We were discussing "Molecular and cellular principles of tube morphogenesis" from June 2nd to 4th, 2016.

Meet us at this year's Münster Graduate School meeting from May 11<sup>th</sup> -13<sup>th</sup>

06.05.2016

Martin Lange will present a poster entitled "Duplicated vegfa genes control early central nervous system vascularization" during this year's Graduate School meeting.

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