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„Fit im Job“

The jogging team at the MOCA also this year keep being very persistence to have a good work-health balance. Every Thursday, 11:30 sharp, members of the department meet to go jogging together and clear...

New Research Group at MOCA

We are happy to announce that MOCA is now hosting a new junior group leader from the Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research (IZKF). Jacopo Di Russo research will focus on the mechanobiology of...

Successful doctroral thesis defense

We applaud Kateryna’s excellent defense of her MD thesis! 

IF Meeting

Nicole Schwarz and Sonja Lehmann organized the fall meeting on intermediate filaments at MOCA from October 11 to October 12. The workshop included researchers from all over Germany as well as...

Aachener Firmenlauf

Team MOCA took part successfully in the Aachener Firmenlauf and won the 9th place of 194 places in the 7.2 km race.

Measuring and Modelling and Cell Migration

The second conference on "Measuring and Modelling and Cell Migration" focused on mechanobiological aspect and took place at MOCA. The mix of renowned speakers from all over the world with experts from...

Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Krusche erhält PAULA-Preis

Wir gratulieren Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Krusche zum Preis für Ausgezeichnete Universitäre Lehre, vergeben durch Aachens Medizinstudierende (PAULA) in der Kategorie BESONDERES ENGAGEMENT ganz herzlich!...

Internationales InCeM Symposium „Measuring and Modelling Cell Migration” in Wien

Am 22. und 23. Februar 2018 findet das internationale InCeM Symposium „Measuring and Modelling Cell Migration” in Wien statt. Das Projekt wird vom Initiator, Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Rudolf Leube,...

Einweihung des Denkmals für Körperspender

Rund 80 Personen entscheiden sich pro Jahr in Aachen dazu, ihren Körper nach dem Ableben dem Anatomischen Institut der Uniklinik RWTH Aachen für Lehr- und Forschungszwecke zur Verfügung zu stellen. In...

1st place at 2017 photomicrography competition

Picture of our human keratinocyte cell line HaCaT B10 wins first place at 2017 photomicrography competition. The cell line produces fluorescent keratin 5 and was first described by Drs. Nicole Schwarz...

Another of MOCA’s pictures was selected as cover image for the Journal of Cell Science

Cover: A circumferential rim of subplasmalemmal keratins interconnects desmosomes. The microscopic survey projection view depicts the fluorescence emitted by a keratin-8–YFP fusion in the...

DFG SPP 1782 Symposium

Epithelial intercellular junctions as dynamic hubs to integrate forces, signals and cell behavior