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  • Targeted Salix Crossing and Chemoprofiling for Improved Medicinal Potential of Willow Bark

    Ulrichs, Christian, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.; Dr. rer. agr. (Urban Plant Ecophysiology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2017 - 08/2021

    Financer: BMBF

    Deforestation of Salix species for fuel as renewable sources for energetic use had priority in the past. However, the mobilization of dendromass from forests is limited and therefore, short-rotation plantations (SRP) with fast-growing tree species su ...

  • RTG 2473/1: Bioactive Peptides – Innovative Aspects of Synthesis and Biosynthesis

    Seitz, Oliver, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry III)

    Duration of Project: 04/2019 - 09/2023

    The Research Training Group (RTG) “Bioactive Peptides – Innovative Aspects of Synthesis and Biosynthesis” aims to provide a structured curriculum on peptide research for doctoral students. In the past years, peptide research has become of significant ...

  • RTG 2424/1: Computational Methods for Oncology: Towards Personalized Therapies in Cancer

    Leser, Ulf, Prof. Dr.-Ing. (Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics)

    Duration of Project: 06/2019 - 11/2023

    Recent advances in DNA sequencing and molecular profiling have triggered a major shift in cancer research. Traditional coarse-grained and phenomenological examinations and therapy decisions are replaced by individualized approaches that integrate mol ...

  • RTG 2386/1: Extrospection: External Access to Higher Cognitive Processes.

    Pauen, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Philosophy of Spirit)

    Duration of Project: 10/2018 - 03/2023

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    Higher cognitive processes like emotions, perception, belief formation or mind-reading are of essential importance in philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and psychiatry. It is quite controversial, though, to what extent these processes and particul ...

  • RTG 2046/2: Parasite Infections: From Experimental Models to Natural Systems (SP C08)

    Heitlinger, Emanuel, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Ecology and Evolution molecularly Parasite-Host-Interactions)

    Duration of Project: 10/2019 - 03/2024

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    There is a growing gap in training opportunities in modern parasitology in Germany and beyond. This bottleneck is in clear contrast to the worldwide distribution of parasitic diseases in human and animal populations, with a steady increase due to dru ...

  • RTG 2046/2: Parasite Infections: From Experimental Models to Natural Systems (SP B01)

    Matuschewski, Kai, Prof. Dr. (Molecular Parasitology II)

    Duration of Project: 10/2019 - 03/2024

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    There is a growing gap in training opportunities in modern parasitology in Germany and beyond. This bottleneck is in clear contrast to the worldwide distribution of parasitic diseases in human and animal populations, with a steady increase due to dru ...

  • RTG 2046/2: Parasite Infections: From Experimental Models to Natural Systems (SP A02)

    Gupta, Nishith, Dr. (Molecular Parasitology II)

    Duration of Project: 10/2019 - 06/2021

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    There is a growing gap in training opportunities in modern parasitology in Germany and beyond. This bottleneck is in clear contrast to the worldwide distribution of parasitic diseases in human and animal populations, with a steady increase due to dru ...

  • RTG 2046/2: Parasite Infections: From Experimental Models to Natural Systems

    Matuschewski, Kai, Prof. Dr. (Molecular Parasitology II)

    Duration of Project: 10/2019 - 03/2024

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    Parasites cause serious, health-depriving, disabling diseases affecting people and animals alike. These pathogens are globally distributed, prevalent, heterogeneous and extremely complex. There is a necessity and growing demand for interdisciplinary ...

  • RTG 2046/1: Parasite Infections: From Experimental Models to Natural Systems (SP B01)

    Matuschewski, Kai, Prof. Dr. (Molecular Parasitology II)

    Duration of Project: 05/2018 - 09/2019

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    Parasites cause serious, health-depriving, disabling diseases affecting people and animals alike. These pathogens are globally distributed, prevalent, heterogeneous and extremely complex. There is a necessity and growing demand for interdisciplinary ...

  • RTG 2046/1: Parasite Infections; From Experimental Models to Natural Systems (SP A04)

    Heitlinger, Emanuel, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Ecology and Evolution molecularly Parasite-Host-Interactions)

    Duration of Project: 04/2015 - 09/2019

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs - Beteiligungen

    The research training group studies molecular, ecological and evolutionary aspects of parasite infections of mammals. It scrutinizes whether laboratory models of parasite infections truly mirror the processes observed in natural systems. The research ...

  • RTG 2046/1: Parasite Infections: From Experimental Models to Natural Systems (SP A02)

    Gupta, Nishith, Dr. (Molecular Parasitology)

    Duration of Project: 04/2015 - 09/2019

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs - Beteiligungen

    With a steady increase due to drug resistance, global warming and increasing international travel, parasitic diseases are distributed world-wide in human and animal populations. The RTG aims to install a cutting edge and integrative curriculum to edu ...

  • RTG 1772/2: Computational Systems Biology

    Klipp, Edda, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h.c. (Theoretical Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 08/2015 - 01/2020

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

    Biology has turned into a quantitative, information-driven science. Like physics in the first half of the twentieth century, biology now generates very challenging questions and masses of data that drive the development of theory and technology. Ther ...

  • RTG 1589/2: Sensory Computation in Neural Systems

    Brecht, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Animal Physiology/Systems Neurobiology and Neural Computation)

    Duration of Project: 01/2016 - 06/2021

    The scientific program is focused on sensory processing and perception. Since perception is task dependent (“perception serves a purpose”), sensory processing is connected to cognitive functions (decision making, memory function, planning, and even m ...

  • RG 2936: Climate Change and Health in Sub-Saharan Africa (SP 09)

    Grethe, Harald, Prof. Dr. (International Agricultural Trade and Development)

    Duration of Project: 03/2020 - 08/2024

    Financer: DFG: Sonstiges

    Computable general equilibrium models (CGEs) are used to gain an understanding of economy-wide implications of exogenous shocks to national economies such as climate, policy or world market price change. Climate change impacts on health through a var ...

  • RG 2841/1: A Comprehensive Repository of Regulatory Elements and Their Variations in Human Disease (SP 05)

    Leser, Ulf, Prof. Dr.-Ing. (Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics)

    Duration of Project: 03/2020 - 09/2023

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    Though the introduction of whole exome sequencing (WES) has enabled the molecular diagnosis rate for patients with rare genetic disorders to rise considerably, it has levelled at a maximum of 50%. WES is limited to the coding regions, meaning that it ...

  • RG 2569: Agricultural Land Markets – Efficiency and Regulation

    Odening, Martin, Prof. Dr. agr. habil. (Agricultural Farm Management)

    Duration of Project: 08/2020 - 07/2023

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    The research unit FORLand is motivated by the observation of a pronounced price surge in agricultural land markets in many parts of the world in the aftermath of the financial crisis. It has been conjectured that the high liquidity in financial marke ...

  • RG 2569/2: Efficiency of Agricultural Land Markets – The Role of Liquidity and Competition (SP02)

    Ritter, Matthias, Prof. Dr. (Quantitative Agricultural Economics especially Applied Econometrics)

    Duration of Project: 08/2020 - 07/2023

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    Subproject 2 investigates price formation on agricultural land markets considering the interplay of (incomplete) competition, structural change, and market liquidity. The core question is: Are observed land transactions and prices the outcome of an e ...

  • RG 2569/2: Efficiency of Agricultural Land Markets – The Role of Liquidity and Competition (SP 02)

    Odening, Martin, Prof. Dr. agr. habil. (Agricultural Farm Management)

    Duration of Project: 08/2020 - 07/2023

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    Subproject 2 investigates price formation on agricultural land markets considering the interplay of (incomplete) competition, structural change, and market liquidity. The core question is: Are observed land transactions and prices the outcome of an e ...

  • RG 2569/1: Market Integration and Border Effects in Agricultural Land Markets (SP 02)

    Odening, Martin, Prof. Dr. agr. habil. (Agricultural Farm Management)

    Duration of Project: 08/2017 - 04/2022

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    This subproject contributes to the overall objective of the research unit by empirically studying spatial price diffusion of agricultural land markets. We borrow the notion of spatial market integration from commodity price analysis and question whet ...

  • RG 2569/1: Market Integration and Border Effects in Agricultural Land Markets (SP 02)

    Ritter, Matthias, Prof. Dr. (Quantitative Agricultural Economics especially Applied Econometrics)

    Duration of Project: 08/2017 - 04/2022

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    This subproject contributes to the overall objective of the research unit by empirically studying spatial price diffusion of agricultural land markets. We borrow the notion of spatial market integration from commodity price analysis and question whet ...

  • RG 2569/1: Agricultural Land Markets – Efficiency and Regulation (SP 07)

    Lakes, Tobia, Prof. Dr. (Applied GIScience)

    Duration of Project: 10/2017 - 01/2021

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    Agricultural land markets in Germany have changed substantially in the last decade, with rapidly increasing land sales and land rental prices. As a result, the spatial configuration of agricultural land use has changed, with a trend towards a higher ...

  • Plested, Andrew, Prof. Ph.D. (Cellular Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 02/2021 - 01/2024

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    The activation of AMPA-type glutamate receptors at excitatory synapses is a fundamental event in the nervous system, essential for complex thought. The molecular mechanisms govern cation permeability in AMPA receptors (including that of the critical ...

  • RG 2518/1: Combining Experiment, Simulation and Machine Learning to Elucidate the Activation of Glutamate Receptor Complexes (SP 08)

    Plested, Andrew, Prof. Ph.D. (Cellular Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 10/2020 - 09/2023

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    Markov state models (MSMs) are universal frameworks to encode the switching kinetics of biomolecular machines with multiple states. MSMs have been used to interpret the multi-state nature of experimental single-molecule recordings of ion channels and ...

  • RG 1346/1: Cellular and Synaptic Analysis of Rodent Social Facial Touch (SP 09)

    Brecht, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Animal Physiology/Systems Neurobiology and Neural Computation)

    Duration of Project: 02/2013 - 01/2016

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    The exquisite topographic representation of the whiskers in the barrel cortex and the fact that whiskers can be easily accessed for manipulation or stimulation has greatly contributed to the success of this model system. The quantitatively controlled ...

  • Progress in phenological modelling on the basis of metabolomic approaches

    Chmielewski, Frank-M., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. (Agriculture and Plant Cultivation)

    Duration of Project: 07/2014 - 12/2017

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    Modelling of phenological stages, such as the flowering of fruit trees, is based on temperature sums for many decades, describing both the chilling and the forcing requirements of woody plants until the beginning of flowering. These approaches go bac ...

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