Nationale Projekte

Nationale Projekte

Das Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysik ist an zahlreichen nationalen Kooperationen beteiligt, darunter Projekte der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF), des hessischen Ministeriums für Hochschulbildung, Forschung und die Künste (HMWK) und die Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung (AvH).

Hier finden Sie eine Auswahl von Projekten, die von Drittanbietern finanziert werden und derzeit am Institut durchgeführt werden:

DFG Collaborative Research Centre: <strong>CRC807 - Transport and Communication across Biological Membranes</strong>

DFG Collaborative Research Centre: CRC807 - Transport and Communication across Biological Membranes

Forscher: Werner KühlbrandtGerhard Hummer 
Website
Link zur DFG GEPRIS Datenbank

DFG Collaborative Research Centre: <strong>CRC902 - Molecular Principles of RNA-based Regulation</strong>

DFG Collaborative Research Centre: CRC902 - Molecular Principles of RNA-based Regulation

Forscher: Gerhard HummerNadine Schwierz
Website
Link zur DFG GEPRIS Datenbank

DFG Collaborative Research Centre: <strong>CRC1177 - Molecular and Functional Characterization of Selective Autophagy</strong>

DFG Collaborative Research Centre: CRC1177 - Molecular and Functional Characterization of Selective Autophagy

Forscher: Gerhard HummerIvan Dikic (Max Planck Fellow) 
Website
Link zur GEPRIS Datenbank

DFG Research Unit (“Forschergruppe, FOR”): <strong>RU2848 - Nanoscale Architecture and Heterogeneity of the Mitochondrial Inner Membrane </strong>

DFG Research Unit (“Forschergruppe, FOR”): RU2848 - Nanoscale Architecture and Heterogeneity of the Mitochondrial Inner Membrane 

ForscherWerner Kühlbrandt 
Website
Link zur GEPRIS Datenbank

<strong>DFG Emmy Noether Junior Forschergruppe</strong>

DFG Emmy Noether Junior Forschergruppe

Forscher: Nadine Schwierz

BMBF Research Grant - MOEL-SOEL Programme: <strong>Coxiella burnetii and its host cell pathways: Identification and characterization of novel targets for diagnosis and treatment.</strong>

BMBF Research Grant - MOEL-SOEL Programme: Coxiella burnetii and its host cell pathways: Identification and characterization of novel targets for diagnosis and treatment.

Forscher: Julian Langer 
International Kooperationspartner: University of Crete, GR; Slovak Academy of Sciences, SK

<span>BMBF Research Grant - Röntgen-Ångström Cluster (RÅC): </span><strong>Medisoft - Combined SANS/SAXS and model-independent simulations for structure determination of complex, therapeutically relevant lipid nanoparticles</strong>

BMBF Research Grant - Röntgen-Ångström Cluster (RÅC): Medisoft - Combined SANS/SAXS and model-independent simulations for structure determination of complex, therapeutically relevant lipid nanoparticles

Forscher: Nadine Schwierz
Internationale Kooperationspartner: Uppsala University

<p>HMWK – LOEWE Special Focus Area (“Schwerpunkt”):<br /><strong>MegaSyn - Kontrolle und Design multifunktionaler Megasynthasen</strong></p>
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HMWK – LOEWE Special Focus Area (“Schwerpunkt”):
MegaSyn - Kontrolle und Design multifunktionaler Megasynthasen  


HMWK – LOEWE Special Focus Area (“Schwerpunkt”): <strong>DynaMem - Molecular basic principles and theoretical description</strong>

HMWK – LOEWE Special Focus Area (“Schwerpunkt”): DynaMem - Molecular basic principles and theoretical description

Forscher: Gerhard Hummer 
Website

HMWK – LOEWE Special Focus Area (“Schwerpunkt”): <strong>CMMS</strong> - <strong>Center for Multiscale Modelling in Life Sciences</strong>

HMWK – LOEWE Special Focus Area (“Schwerpunkt”): CMMS - Center for Multiscale Modelling in Life Sciences

Forscher: Gerhard Hummer 
Website

<strong>AvH- Sofja Kovalevskaja Award</strong>

AvH- Sofja Kovalevskaja Award

Forscher: Misha Kudryashev
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