Rohini Kuner honoured with Phoenix Science Award
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Prof. Rohini Kuner (second from right), Prof. Thomas Kuner (B08), and team members  Dunja Baumgartl-Ahlert and Nadine Gehrig (from right) with PHOENIX board members

SFB1158 speaker Rohini Kuner (B01, B06) was honoured with the the Phoenix Wissenschaftspreis was awarded for the study “Semaphorin 4C Plexin-B2 signaling in peripheral sensory neurons is pronociceptive in a model of inflammatory pain.”, which has been published in Nature Communications in 2017. 

Read the full paper:

Semaphorin 4C Plexin-B2 signaling in peripheral sensory neurons is pronociceptive in a model of inflammatory pain. Paldy E, Simonetti M, Worzfeld T, Bali KK, Vicuña L, Offermanns S, Kuner R. Nat Commun. 2017 Aug 2;8(1):176. doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-00341-w.

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