Prof. Dr. Joachim Wegener
develops whole-cell biosensors and focus on cell based Bioanalysis.
Prof. Dr. Ralph Witzgall
focus on the therapeutic regeneration og parenchym in acute and chronic renal failure.
Prof. Dr. Inga D. Neumann
focus on the brain mechanisms underlying emotional and social behaviours, and stress-related adaptations - both acute and chronic, early in life or in adulthood.
Prof. Dr. Gunter Meister
concentrate on the biochemical characterization and specific modifications of non-coding RNA in mammalian cells, how they regulate the gene expression and their impact in colorectal cancer and glioblastoma
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Sterner
designs and studies enzymes, which are elaborate proteins that catalyse cellular reactions with high specificity and efficiency.
Prof. Dr. Herbert Tschochner
Prof. Dr. Christine Ziegler
focus on the structure and function of membrane proteins and macromolecular complexes, which are involved in stress-regulated and stress-activated transport processes across the membrane.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Dresselhaus
focus on the understanding of various molecular mechanisms related to plant reproduction and development as well as the interaction with the biotic and abiotic environment.
Prof. Dr. Mark Berneburg
works in the field of dermatosis, perative dermatology, dermatooncology, allergology and laser medicine.
Prof. Dr. Michael Sterner
is professor for energy storage at the OTH Regensburg and one of the heads of the research unit for energy networks and energy storage (FENES).
Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein
develops new techniques for the molecular genetic analysis of single disseminated cancer cells.
Prof. Dr. Peter Oefner
deals with the Systems biology of malignant and non-malignant diseases and the development of analytical tools for the systematic high-throughput characterization.
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Bernhard Weber
aims to elucidate neurodegenerative mechanisms in the model system of the highly specialized mammalian retina.
Prof. Dr. Beckhove
develops new immunotherapies against cancer, transplant rejection and autoimmune diseases.
Prof. Dr. Georgios Raptis
deals with E-Health applications and information security in the field of medicine.
Prof. Dr. Martina Müller-Schilling
supervises clinical studies and reasearch in the fields of gastroenterologic oncology, hepatology, infectiology, intensive medicine and rheumatology.
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Herr
focuses on the development of cellular immune therapies within the allogeneic blood stem cell transplantation.
Prof. Dr. Dina Grohmann
studies mechanism of archeal transcription, as well as in the field of fluorescence based single molecule microscopy.
Prof. Dr. Ralph Wagner
works on development and preclinical, as well as clinical testing, of HIV candidate vaccines.
Prof. Dr. Riemenschneider
investigates the molecular genetic basis of human brain tumors.
Prof. Dr. Burkhard König
focus on the development of synthetic receptors for the recognition of biological target structures and the application of visible light for organic synthesis.
Prof. Dr. Joachim Grifka
researches on and treat in the research area of articular cartilage.
Prof. Joachim Wegener
is focusing on the discovery of biologically active compounds in plants and other orgasisms.
Prof. Dr. Achim Göpferich
studies the development and application of biomaterials, new therapy concepts in the field of regenerative medicine and innovative carrier systems for drugs.
Prof. Dr. Hans J. Schlitt
is director of the clinic and policlinic of surgery of the UKR, which covers the areas of general surgery, abdominal surgery, transplant surgery, surgical intensive care and surgical research.
Prof. Dr. Michael Nerlich
does research in the fields of biomechanics, tissue engineering, teleradiology and accident research.