Benutzerspezifische Werkzeuge

Program Coordination

The proposed Clinical Research Unit (CRU), which will provide a comprehensive focus on the adrenal microenvironment in health and disease, depends crucially on scientific interactions and networking. The success of our integrative and multidisciplinary approach requires an efficient management of clinical studies and resources, including collections and sharing of uniquely linked patient data and human materials, together with availability to all CRU members of state-of-the-art analytical platforms and mouse models. The central administration of clinical protocols, patient data collection, biobanking and complex genetically modified mouse models will accelerate research efforts and enhance collaborative synergisms. Of crucial importance, the central administration will strengthen the mentorship of young physician-scientists and promote equal opportunities by supporting the careers of female scientists and encouraging a family-friendly working atmosphere. This will be accomplished by establishing a network of administrative and support staff, Gerok physician-scientist positions, child care services and training opportunities enhanced by organized seminar and lecture series and exchanges of personnel between the CRU and collaborating outside institutions.

Central management

Prof. Dr. Stefan R. Bornstein
Speaker
Speaker of the clinical research unit KFO 252 “Microenvironment of the Adrenal in Health and Disease”. He is responsible for the overall consortium and for reporting to the DFG.
Prof. Dr. Triantafyllos Chavakis
Coordinator
Coordinator of the basic-translational (bench to bedside) arm of the clinical research unit with a focus on translational animal models of disease.
Prof. Graeme Eisenhofer, PhD
Coordinator
Coordinator of the clinical-translational (bedside to bench) arm of the clinical research unit. He will be coordinating clinical studies and biobanks.
Astrid Schröter
Assistant to Prof. Bornstein
Will assist Prof. Bornstein with the administrative duties and correspondence to other project leaders.
Franziska Schmidt
Assistant to Prof. Chavakis
Will assist Prof. Chavakis and Prof. Eisenhofer with the administrative duties and correspondence to other project leaders.
Dr. Gregor Müller
Grant writing and scientific coordination
Will support the entire clinical research unit with administrative as well as technology transfer activities.