Are you a UCARE physician wishing to present an article to a group of peers?
The UCARE LevelUp Journal Club is your chance!
Why should I present a paper at the UCARE journal club?
You are fascinated by mast cells and your daily work is related to mast cells or mast cell-driven diseases? You have read an interesting paper and want to discuss the findings with other researchers in the field? You want to improve your presentation skills or you just want to network and get in touch with other groups because you have read about their work and want to share ideas or start a collaboration?
There are still many empty slots open for 2023, please see the rotation list here: Journal Club Rotation list
Journal Clubs are always held on every second Thursday from 12.00 to 12.45 CET via Microsoft Teams.
For more information, please reach out to Julia Föll (julia.foellATga2len.berlin)
or get in touch with Niklas Mahnke (niklas-amadeus.mahnkeATcharite.berlin)
Which papers are of potential interest?
Best suited to be presented at the JC are high impact papers (not reviews) that that have been recently published (ideally not older than 12 months). The topics include, of course, Urticaria and Angioedema but also other mast cell-associated diseases and basic research on mast cell biology and their interaction with other cells.
We are looking forward to seeing you soon!
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