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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 - 02/2021

    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

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs - Beteiligungen

    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

    Financer: DFG: Graduiertenkollegs - Beteiligungen

    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 ...

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