Principle Investigators

Metabolic pre- and reprogramming

Prof. Dr. Daniele Bano, DZNE, Aging and neurodegeneration

Prof. Dr. Johannes Beckers, HMGU, Gene Regulation and Epigenetics

PD Dr. Dan Ehninger, DZNE, Molecular and Cellular Cognition

Prof. Dr. Carlos Guzmán, HZI, Vaccinology and Applied Microbiology

Prof. Dr.Stephan Herzig, HMGU, Diabetes and Cancer

Prof. Dr. Jochen Hühn, HZI, Experimental Immunology

Prof. Dr. Frank Lyko, DKFZ, Epigenetics

Prof. Dr. Michael Meyer-Hermann, HZI, System Immunology

Prof. Dr. Christoph Plass, DKFZ, Epigenomics and Cancer Risk Factors

Prof. Dr. Paolo Salomoni, DZNE, Nuclear Function in CNS Pathophysiology

Prof. Dr. Robert Schneider, HMGU, Functional Epigenetics

Prof. Dr. Joachim Schultze, DZNE, Single Cell Genomics and Epigenomics

Inter organ-signaling

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Kaaks, DKFZ, Cancer Epidemiology

Dr. Pavlo Lutsik, DKFZ, Computational Cancer Epigenomics

Dr. Celia Martinez-Jimenez, HMGU, Molecular Aging

Dr. Timo Müller, HMGU, Diabetes and Obesity

Prof. Dr. Annette Peters, HMGU, Epidemiology

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Pieper, HZI, Microbial Interactions and Processes

Dr. Natalia Rodriguez-Muela, DZNE, Selective Neuronal Vulnerability in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Prof. Dr. Aurelio Teleman, DKFZ, Signal Transduction in Cancer and Metabolism

Prof. Dr. Mathias Treier, MDC, Genetics of Metabolic and Reproductive Disorders

Prof. Dr. Thomas Willnow, MDC, Molecular Cardiovascular Research

Stem cell function and tissue maintenance

Principle Investigators

Prof. Dr. Carmen Birchmeier-Kohler, MDC, Developmental Biology/Signal Transduction

Prof. Dr. Michael Boutros, DKFZ, Signaling and Functional Genomics

Prof. Dr. Bernd Bukau, DKFZ, Chaperones and Proteases

Dr. Stefan Kempa, MDC, BIMSB Proteomics/Metabolomics

Prof. Dr. Gerd Kempermann, DZNE, Adult Neurogenesis

Prof. Dr. Heiko Lickert, HMGU, Diabetes and Regeneration

Prof. Dr. Ana Martin-Villalba, DKFZ, Molecular Neurobiology

Dr. Michael Milsom, DKFZ, Experimental Hematology

Dr. Tomohisa Toda, DZNE, Nuclear architecture in neural plasticity and aging

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wurst, HMGU, Developmental Genetics