INSTITUTE OF INFLAMMATION AND NEURODEGENERATION

Research projects

Research projects

Characterization of sex-dependent differences of microglia and monocyte functions in infection-induced neuroinflammation.
DFG / SFB854/3-2021 - 04/2021 - 12/2021

Recruitment of innate lymphoid cells to the central nervous system in a model of infection-induced neuroinflammation.
DFG / DI 764/7-2 - 02/2021 - 01/2022

Interaction of ILCs and neurons during homeostasis and neuroinflammation induced during Toxoplasma gondii.
DFG - 12/2019 – 11/2022

COSEN – Koseneszenz von kognitiven Funktionen und Immunmechanismen: Das intestinale Mikrobiom als Angriffspunkt für Interventionen.
LSA – EFRE - 06/2019 – 05/2022

SynAGE: The effect of immunosenescene on synapse composition in a chronic neuroinflammation model.
DFG / GRK2413 - 01/2019 – 12/2022

Neurotrophin mediated signaling pathways common to the immune and the nervous system: acute and long-term effects in a model of chronic CNS infection.
DFG / SFB854 - 01/2018 – 12/2021

Molecular mechanisms of mast cell – endothelial cell communication in controlling the blood-brain barrier.
DFG / SFB854 - 01/2018 – 12/2021

ABINEP: Effect of peripheral inflammation on the homeostasis of the brain.
LSA – ESF - 11/2016 – 04/2021

The role of ILCs during chronical Toxoplasma infection in the brain.
DFG  - 03/2017 – 02/2020

The role of neurotrophines and their receptors in a model of chronical CNS infection.
DFG / SFB854 - 01/2014 – 12/2017

Functional analysis of myeloide cell populations in Toxoplasma encephalitis.
DFG – 01/2012 – 01/1015

 

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