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DFG Collaborative Research Centre 1444

The Collaborative Research Centre 1444 Directed Cellular Self‐Organisation to Advance Bone Regeneration aims to unravel the basic mechanisms that differentiate between success and failure in regeneration of musculoskeletal tissue using bone healing as a role model.

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Clinician Scientist of CRC 1444

Dominik Deppe (Clinician Scientist)

Musculoskeletal imaging in fracture healing

Norman Drzeniek (Clinician Scientist)

Next generation MSCs for regenerative purposes - manipulation of the cellular phenotype using biomaterials and non-viral gene transfer

Dr. Frank Graef (Clinician Scientist)

Multicenter clinical trial to characterize molecular patterns which induce fracture healing after traumatic brain or spinal cord injury

Alexander Hildebrand (Clinician Scientist)

Osteoarthritis and Aniogenesis

Dr. Paul Köhli (Clinician Scientist)

Neuro-osteogenic interactions following neurotrauma within polytrauma and their influence on regeneration

Dr. Atsuyo Ikeda (Clinician Scientist)

ILC and bone metabolism

Dr. Tazio Maleitzke (Clinician Scientist)

Joint Inflammmation | Knee Osteoarthritis

Dr. Marcel Niemann (Clinician Scientists)

Immune Cells & Tissue Regeneration | Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapies

Ellen Otto (Clinician Scientist)

Neuro-osteogenic interactions following combined trauma to the central nervous system and their effect on the immune system

Marie-Jacqueline Reisener (Clinician Scienitst bis 06/2022)

Musculoskeletal imaging in fracture healing





Founded by the DFG (Project Number: 427826188)
Funding Period 2021-2024