Funding

  • German Research Foundation DFG, SFB650 "Cellular approaches to the suppression of unwanted immune responses", first funding period 2005-2008, TP: "Monitoring and therapeutic optimization of tolerance induction in clinically relevant transplant models (CI)
  • German Research Foundation DFG, SFB421 "Protective and pathologic findings of the antigen presentation," third period 2004-2007, TP: "Mechanisms of immune paralysis - the role of HO-1 (PI)
  • German Research Foundation DFG, SFB-TR36 "Adoptive T cell therapy", first funding period 2006-2010, TP: "CMV-specific T cell therapy '(PI)
  • German Research Foundation DFG, SFB-TR19 "Inflammatory Cardiomyopathy", first funding period 2005 - 2008, TP: "Monitoring of functional T-cell markers in cardiomyopathy (CI)
  • European Union Integrated Project "RISET - Reprogramming of Tolerance", 2005-2010, work package leader "Tolerance marker" (PI)
  • Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) - Joint project "Regulatory T cells", 2005-2008 TP: "Human regulatory T cells" (PI)
  • Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) - Translation Centre “Berlin-Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT) ", first funding period 2006-2009, Director
  • Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs (BMWi) - joint research project "Development of a kit for monitoring kidney transplant patients", 2006-2008, TP: "Studies on patient samples” (PI)
  • German Research Foundation DFG, SFB-TR "T-cell signaling," TP: "The importance of TOAG-1 and SMARCA3 for the transcriptional regulation of T-cells in the rejection and acceptance of allogeneic transplants", in review
  • > 10 industrial projects

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Contact IMI

Director:
Prof. MD
Hans-Dieter Volk

Secretariat:
Andrea Gorgas

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