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Time January, 19, 15.30: The Future of Work Topic Panel discussion: Prof. Dr. Lutz Bellmann, Nuremberg Prof. Dr. Cornelia Niessen, Erlangen Prof. Dr. Rainer Trinczek, Erlangen Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Claus Schnabel, Nuremberg About Prof. Dr. Lutz Bellmann Head of the Chair of Economics (...

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Time January 18, 11.00: Values in a Globalized World Topic Human Rights: Towards a Non-Harmonious Consensus About Prof. Dr. Heiner Bielefeldt Head of the Chair of Human Rights and Human Rights Politics More information: www.pol.phil.fau.de/institut/humanrights    

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Time January 19, 9.15: Keynote Topic Prof. Dr. Andreas Diefenbach, Berlin: How the microbiota controls the setpoint of the innate immune system Prof. Dr. Gerhard Krönke, Erlangen: Mechanisms and therapy of chronic inflammatory diseases Prof. Dr. Christian Bogdan, Erlangen: Reactivation of ch...

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Time January 19,  13.30: Medical Challenges of the Future Topic Professor Lucy Walker, London: CTLA4 and the future of immunotherapy Prof. Dr. Thomas Brabletz, Erlangen: Mechanisms of Tumor metastasis PD Dr. Claudia Günther, Erlangen: Induction of cell death in tumors Prof. Dr. Gerold Schu...

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Andreas Diefenbach is Professor and Chair of Microbiology and Immunology at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Senior Group Leader at the German Rheumatism Research Center.

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Time January 19, 15.30: The Future of Work Topic The Future of Work: An Economist's Perspective The breathtaking pace of technological change at the workplace and in the world of labor is undeniable and is unlikely to relent in the coming decades. Despite the negative image that these changes ...

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Time January 18, 9.30: Keynote Topic Biological targets and drugs of the future: Molecular physiology meets chemistry Approximately 35 % of the drugs on the market act via binding to G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs). These biological targets are associated with an exceptional progress in th...