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Coordinated programs

Third-party funding of coordinated programs from multiple sources supports locally, nationally and internationally cross-linked research at the UMG. These coordinated programs pursue an overarching research subject in complementary subprojects for several years and with significant funding volumes (often more than 1 million euros).

DFG funding

CRC TR 34 "Pathophysiology of staphylococci in the post-genomic era"

Staphylococcus aureus is a dangerous pathogen and worldwide one of the main causes for bacterial infections inside and outside hospitals. Moreover, S. aureus is a notorious example of the antibiotic resistance crisis....more

RTG 1870: “Bacterial Respiratory Infections - Common and Specific Mechanisms of Pathogen Adaptation and Immune Defence”

Respiratory infections pose a threat to the health of the population worldwide. Within the RTG 1870 “Bacterial Respiratory Infections - Common and Specific Mechanisms of Pathogen Adaptation and Immune Defence” (BacRes) ...more

RTG 1947: BiOx

The DFG-funded Research Training Group (RTG) 1947 “Biochemical, Biophysical, and Biomedical Effects of Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species on Biological Membranes - BiOx” is a joint project ...more

BMBF funding

DZNE

Currently more than 1.4 million dementia patients live in Germany, two thirds of whom are affected by Alzheimer’s Disease. Every year almost 300,000 new cases emerge. This disease poses particularly high challenges to research ...more

DZHK

The DZHK was founded in October 2011 and is one of the six German Centers for Health Research. The DZHK focuses on the immediate translation of novel approaches from cardiovascular research into the clinical practice. ...more

National Cohort

A nationwide network of German research institutions from universities, the Helmholtz Association, the Leibniz Association and Federal departmental research has taken the initiative to set up a large-scale and long-term population health survey ...more

ZIK FunGene

Modern life sciences have gained completely novel perspectives for scientific discoveries by the enormous technological progress in molecular bioanalytics during the past two decades. ...more

ZIK HIKE

ZIK HIKE was founded as an interfaculty and interdisciplinary center of the UMG and the faculty of mathematics & natural sciences in 2010 and bundles expertise in immunology, cardiology, pharmacy and physics ...more

InnoProfile Transfer

Based on the concepts of the Innoprofile project “Active substance-based concepts and drug delivery technologies for optimization of the clinical application of pharmaceuticals”, the TECH_DAT project ...more

Research network RENOMAB

The objective of this BMBF-funded project is to establish a research infrastructure in Vietnam that can elucidate the ecology of the pathogenic environmental bacterium Burkholderia pseudomallei and the epidemiology of the disease melioidosis caused by this pathogen ...more

InfectControl 2020: Novel antiinfective strategies

Infectious diseases are a future problem with increasing societal and economic relevance. Worldwide, we are confronted with new and multiresistant pathogens that are often transmitted from animals to humans. ...more

RESPONSE

Within RESPONSE (Partnership for innovations in implant Technology) different disciplines from medicine, engineering and natural sciences, demography, healthcare services research and health economics cooperate to achieve a better healthcare provision and quality of life with innovative implants ...more

EU funding

IMI COMBACTE: Combatting Bacterial Resistance

The worldwide antibiotic resistance crisis was identified by the World Health Organization as one of the greatest health threats in the 21st century. The challenge is to put forward novel therapeutic options for patients afflicted by resistant pathogens ...more

Model region “Pomerania” for cross-border newborn screening

The newborn screening is a check-up for early detection of innate metabolic defects or hormonal disorders. ...more

EUthyroid

The EUthyroid network is a pan-European initiative of 30 partners from 27 countries that scientifically registers the iodine supply of the European population and will define suitable measures to sustainably improve the iodine supply in Europe ...more

EU funding via the state MV

Validation of biomarkers and diagnostic tests for pancreatitis and pancreas carcinoma

Pancreatitis, an acute or chronic inflammation of the pancreas, causes most hospitalizations among the gastrointestinal diseases. ...more

Large Protection of Oral Health

An effective management of biofilms is a basic prerequisite for the prevention of caries, gingivitis and parodontitis. Apart from the use of antibacterial compounds as adjuvants for the mechanical removal of biofilms ...more

DFG funding

RTG 840 "Host Pathogen Interactions in Generalised Bacterial Infections"

Termination: 31.03.2013

Generalised bacterial infections, also known as sepsis, constitute an unsolved medical problem. They can lead to shock and multiorgan dysfunction ...more

 

 

CRC TR 19 "Inflammatory Cardiomyopathy"

Termination: 30.06.2012

Dilatative Cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a myocardial disease that is characterized by restricted contractile function and simultaneous dilatation of both ventricles...more

BMBF funding

HICARE

Termination: 31.12.2015

Antibiotic resistant or multiresistent pathogens pose an increasing threat to mankind. They are particularly dreaded as causative agents of nosocomial infections ...more

GANI_MED

Termination: 31.12.2014

Led by the UMG and the University Greifswald the GANI_MED (Greifswald Approach to Individualized Medicine) consortium with university, non-university and industrial national and international partners ...more

 

 

REMEDIS

Termination: 31.12.2014

REMEDIS was a consortium of scientists from various disciplines and industry Partners to investigate and develop innovative implants for the cardiovascular system and the sensory organs eye and ear ...more

 

 

 

Small animal MRT

Termination: 31.03.2011

Despite continuing efforts to reduce the extent of animal experiments the number of experimental animals remains high ...more

NBL: Improvement of the performance capacity of clinical research with special focus on Community Medicine and Molecular Medicine

Termination: 30.06.2007

The NBL program has left a long-lasting multi-level impact on the structural development of the medical faculty ...more

EU funding

German-Polish Telemedicine Project in the Euroregion POMERANIA

Termination: 31.12.2014

Since 2001 a comprehensive, cross-border telemedical network was established in four funding phases with financial support from the European Union ...more

EnVision

Termination: 30.11.2013

Molecular Imaging is one of the fastest growing areas in basic and applied scientific research. It allows completely novel insights into basic cellular processes and thus creates the potential to better understand ...more

ImpactG

Termination: 31.03.2012

The Neuroscience Group at the Medical Faculty of the University of Greifswald promotes interdisciplinary investigations from the level of gene expression in single neurons to imaging ...more