Third-party Funding

Finished projects

Funding agencyProject
QBM - Quantitative Biosciences Munich
The Graduate School is a joint initiative by leading scientists from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, the Max-Planck Institute of Biochemistry, and the Helmholtz Center Munich
"Quantification of regulatory mechanisms on the transcriptional level based on time-lapse microscopy of differentiating stem cells"
Funded by Bavarian Research Network for Molecular Biosystems (2009-2017)
Stem Cell Genealogies
"Inference of differentiation decisions from stem cell genealogies"
Funded by DFG  (2014-2017)
"Methods for integrated analysis of multiple omics datasets"
Funded by EU (2012-2017)
e:Med - AtheroMed
"Systems medicine of myocardial infarction and stroke"
Funded by BMBF (2013-2017)
Latent Causes - ERC Starting Grant
"Sytematically extending existing models"
Funded by the European Research Council (2011-2016)
Mixed Models in Cell Communication and Cancer 
(SPP 1395, InKoMBio)

"Generic concepts and information theoretic principles in cell-cell communication
Funded by DFG (2014-2016)
miRNA and RNA-Binding Proteins (SPP 1395, InKoMBio)
"miRNA as integral part of cell communication: context based target and network prediction and experimental validation"
Funded by DFG (2014-2016)
Virtual Liver Network
"Integration of signalling pathways in hepatocellular response"
Funded by BMBF (2011-2015)
LungSys II
"Dynamical features of early metastatic spread and therapeutic options"
Funded by BMBF (2012-2015)
Multi-Scale Stochastic Modeling (SPP Pluripotency)
Funded by DFG (2011-2014)
Helmholtz Alliance on Systems Biology: Control of Regulatory Networks (CoReNe)
Funded by Helmholtz Association (2007 - 2013)
SysMBo (BMBF Medsys Initiative)
Funded by BMBF (2009-2012)
GerontoSys: Stromal Aging
Funded by BMBF (2009-2012)
Multimodale Bildgebung
Funded by BMBF (2009-2014)
Fourier Transformation
Funded by DFG (2008-2013)
Quantitative versus Qualitative Modeling of Cell Differentiation
"Development of modeling approaches for cellular decision-making"
Funded by DAAD: PPP-USA (2013-2014)