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Previous events


- 22nd-23rd June 2020 - Retreat digital via ZOOM
- 18th May 2020 - Workshop digital via ZOOM
    Guest Speaker: Prof. Lutz Hein   
   "Dynamics of the epigenome during cardiac myocyte development, maturation and        

- 3rd April 2020 - Workshop digital via ZOOM
- 20th March 2020 - Workshop digital via ZOOM 
- 24th January 2020 - 1. Workshop Halle                              

    Guest Speaker: Prof. Soyoung Park 
    "Psychology of decision, nutrition and the brain"


- 22nd November 2019 - 4. Workshop Jena 
- 23rd-27th September 2019 - Workshop Spetses 

  "Biomarker discovery and validation"

- 13th-15th September 2019 - Aging meeting in Halle (Saale)  

      "Epigenetics: Playing with the game of life"  
- 6th September 2019 - 3. Workshop Halle   

    Guest Speaker: Dr. Elena di Daniel   
    "Targeting neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease" 
    Guest Speaker: Prof. Frédéric Tessier 
     "Exogenous AGES and their Impact on Health, Disease, and Ageing." 

- 24th-27th June 2019 - Summerschool Jena 
- 13th-15th May 2019 - International ProMoAge Meeting in Wittenberg 

- 15th March 2019 - 2. Workshop Halle  

    Guest Speaker: Christoph Kannicht   
     "New Developments in Haemophilia A Treatment"    
    Guest Speaker: Anja Kwetkat  
     "Geriatric Medicine: About geriatric syndromes and considering function"

- 18th January 2019 - 1. Workshop Jena  

    Guest Speaker: Helen Morrison   
     "Inflammaging impairs peripheral nerve maintenance and regeneration"  
    Guest Speaker: Otto Witte 
     "Ageing of the central nervous system"


- 23rd November 2018 - 4. Workshop Halle 

    Guest Speaker: Andrej Frolov
     "Proteomics of Maillard reaction products: from plants to patients"
    Guest Speaker: Gabriele Stangl
    "Vitamin D – too soon to turn off the light"

- 14th September 2018 - 3. Workshop Jena

    Guest Speaker: Holger Bierhoff
    "Epigenetic regulation of nucleolar transcription upon
     stress and aging"

- 6th-8th September 2018 - JAM Jena

- 6th-8th September 2018 - Gerontologie und Geriatrie Kongress Köln

- 15th-20th July 2018 - 14. Aging Symposium Bregenz

- 6th-7th July 2018 - Retreat Wittenberg

    Guest Speaker: James R. Mitchell
    "The role of sulfur amino acids in dietary restriction
     benefits: translation from animal to the clinic"
    Guest Speaker: Ellen Freiberger
    "Gait changes in old age"
    Guest Speaker: Sonja Entringer
    "Prenatal / social stress and programming of newborn and
     infant telomere biology and cellular ageing"



- 15th-18th May 2018 - Summerschool Jena 
- 22nd-24th March 2018 - 69. Mosbacher Kolloquium

- 16th March 2018 - 2. Workshop Halle

    Guest Speaker: Matt Fuszard
    "Mass spectrometry-based proteomics: Instrumentation
     and application"

- 22nd January 2018 - 1. Workshop Jena

    Guest Speaker: Veronique Blanchard
    "Glycomics in health, disease and ageing"
    Guest Speaker: Klaus Rothermund
    "Is it all in our heads? Views on ageing and their impact
     on development in old age"


- 14th December 2017 - Workshop/Coaching Erfurt "Debating training for women"
- 01st-02nd December 2017 - Retreat Oppurg

    Guest Speaker: Bertrand Friguet
    "Oxidised protein homeostasis: implication of circadian
     rhythm, oxidative stress and ageing"
    Guest Speaker: Niki Chondrogianni
    "Diet-derived compounds in the battle against ageing and
     protein aggregation"



- 8th-10th November 2017 - 21st Joint Meeting Weimar

- 22nd September 2017 - 4. Workshop Halle

    Guest Speaker: Thorsten Hoppe
    "The ubiquitin ligase CHIP integrates proteostasis and
      ageing by regulation of insulin receptor turnover"

- 07th July 2017 - 3. Workshop Jena

    Guest Speaker: Toshinori Hoshi
    "Experimental study of “normal” ageing – what to measure?"

- 18th May 2017 - 2. Workshop Jena
- 13th - 16th March 2017 - 1.Summer School Halle 
- 08th March 2017 - Workshop/Coaching Erfurt "Women in Science" 
- 20th January 2017 - 1. Workshop Halle

    Guest Speaker: Ursula Müller-Werdan
    "Ageing as the cause of diseases"


- 20th December 2016 - Workshop/Coaching "Women in Science" Erfurt (canceled due to illness of coach)
- 05th-07th November 2016 - Start Up Conference LEUCOREA Wittenberg

    Guest Speaker: Regina Roller-Wirnsberger
    "Geroscience – the viewpoint of clinicians"
    Guest Speaker: Min Jae Lee
    "Modulation of proteasome activity and N-end rule
     pathway – proteostatic implications in neurodegenerative
    Guest Speaker: Tilman Grune
    "Protein degradation, oxidative stress and ageing"
    Guest Speaker: Alexander Bürkle
    "Biomarkers of human ageing – the MARK-AGE study"


The members of the recently established DFG Research Training Group 2155 (ProMoAge) gathered for their first meeting in the historical city of Wittenberg during the weekend from 5th to 7th November 2016. What better location for this kick-off-meeting could be chosen than the „Leucorea“, which was founded over 500 years ago and has later merged with the Friedrichs University of Halle to form the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. 

The aim of the meeting was to introduce each specific subproject of ProMoAge and the working group behind it. 14 innovative projects dealing with posttranslational protein modifications and their role in ageing were shortly presented and discussed with enthusiasm by PhD and MD students,    postdocs and group leaders. Guest lectures about good scientific practice, ProMoAge-related epidemiological cohort studies and newest insights in proteasome modulation during ageing complemented the diverse programme.

One should not stay in Wittenberg without visiting the historical old town and the castle church, and thus, a guided tour through the city taught us much about its past, which is inseparably connected to the life and work of Martin Luther. Other activities like a dance evening and a movie night contributed to getting to know each other and completed this successful meeting.


Claudia Ender, Jonas Scheffler

Representatives of the doctoral fellows


A detailed press release can also be found in the "medialogWissenschaft" Page 14: