BSRT Graduate School

Faculty

Principal Investigators currently involved in ongoing doctoral research projects.

Name Research Interests and Institute
knaus@chemie.fu-berlin.de's picture Petra
Knaus
Biochemistry

Molecular mechanism of BMP signal transduction, and to identify common and distinct mechanistic concepts in different cellular
and tissue environments.


Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry & BSRT | Click for the Institute's Website
uwe.kornak@charite.de's picture Uwe
Kornak
Genetics of Tissue Homeostasis

Genetic causes and molecular mechanisms of skeletal disorders Progeroid connective tissue disorders and mechanisms of aging.


Universitätsmedizin Göttingen - Institut für Humangenetik | Click for the Institute's Website
kkotsch's picture Katja
Kotsch
Transplantation Immunology Research

Understanding the immune response leading to rejection or tolerance of solid transplants. Risk factors impacting the outcome of transplanted organs.


Charité - Department of General, Visceral and Vascular Surgery | Click for the Institute's Website
andreas.kurtz@charite.de's picture Andreas
Kurtz
Stem Cell Applications

The potency of stem cells is used to create artificial organs and organ models. Suitable stem cells are establishes
to enable the creation of organ models – particularly of the kidney.


Institute for Medical Immunology | Click for the Institute's Website
ulandmesser's picture Ulf
Landmesser
Cardiology

Charité - Medical Department of Cardiology | Click for the Institute's Website
roland.lauster@tu-berlin.de's picture Roland
Lauster
Human Cell Differentiation

TU Medical Biotechnology | Click for the Institute's Website
klegerlotz's picture Kirsten
Legerlotz
Movement Biomechanics

Different aspects of tendon adaptation, such as the adaptation of connective tissue to stress in general and the development,

rehabilitation and prevention of tendon injuries in particular.


HU - Institute for Sport Science | Click for the Institute's Website
mooneyd@seas.harvard.edu's picture David
Mooney
Einstein Fellow Tissue Engineerting

Mechanisms that enable cells to receive and react to chemical and mechanical signals, such as cell adhesion molecules

and cyclic strains.


Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering | Click for the Institute's Website
stefan.mundlos@charite.de's picture Stefan
Mundlos
Medical Genetics

Understanding genetic mechanisms of normal and abnormal development with a particular focus on the skeleton.
Mechanisms of gene regulation and how they are influenced by genomic variation.


Charité & Max Planck Insitute for Molecular Genetics | Click for the Institute's Website
rniesner's picture Raluca
Niesner
Biophysical Analytics

New methods of optical microscopy to observe the interaction of individual cells and molecules in the body.


Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum Berlin | Click for the Institute's Website

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