PhD Molecular Immunology at the Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich

In the Department of Rheumatology (Arthritis Unit) of the Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich is now a doctoral thesis on molecular mechanisms of immune regulation at the moment. The project deals with the emergence of regulatory T cells and analysis of the molecular mechanisms of their generation. It is supported by the DFG via the Graduiertenkolleg 1202 (oligonucleotides) at the Klinikum der LMU encouraged. The Arthritis Unit has a 2007 new set of molecular biological research laboratory with spacious work areas and a complete infrastructure for all the work and methods of modern molecular biology laboratories working. The scientific projects of the unit will include Rheumatism by the DFG (Schu 786/8-1 individual applications, Schu 786/2-5, SK59/4-1; Graduiertenkolleg 1202, SFB 571 Mechanisms of auto-immunity) and the industry. As part of the work is to promote interaction with other sub-projects of the graduate program at the site and the active SFBs planned.


Prof. Dr. med. Hendrik Schulze-Koops

Rheumaeinheit, Medizinische Poliklinik, Universität München
Pettenkoferstraße 8a
80336 München

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