Project:
Development of nanoparticles as carriers to enhance blood-brain-barrier permeability in MS therapy

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Design and Synthesis of modulators of tagets in lipid oxidation 

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Interplay between adipocytes and macrophages as a plattform to investigate insulin resistance and diabetes

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
The role of H4-receptors in immunologic processes and characterization of H4-receptor antagonists

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Drug target identification in MS

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Associating complex phenotype, genome, epigenome and transcriptome related data and knowledge gained by applied computer science and machine learning

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project:
Design, synthesis and in vitro charakterization of farnesoid X receptor modulators

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project:
Molecular mechanism of interindividual differences in cold pain sensitivity as basis for individualized drug 

Supervisor: 
Prof. Dr. Jörn Lötsch

Project:
Endogeneous modulation in macrophage polarization

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Associating complex phenotypes and genotypes in tumor pain patients

Project period:
2013-2016

Project:
Novel therapeutic targets in diabetes

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Role of oxidative processes in the regulation of insulin sensitivity and consequences of the metabolic syndrome

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Pharmacogenetics: towards personalized immunotherapy in Type 1 Diabetes

Project period:
2012-2015

Project:
Novel therapeutic targets in diabetes

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project: 
microRNAs as novel targets for the therapy of neuropathic and cancer pain

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project:
The role of the non-canonical IkappaB Kinase Ikbke in malignant melanoma

Supervisors:
Prof. Dr. Ellen Niederberger
Dr. Christine Möser

Project: 
Role of cannabinoids in immune cell activation and progression in the EAE modell of MS in mice

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project: 
Evaluation of a novel principle for therapy of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project: 
Novel ligands of the histamine-H4-receptor 

Project period: 
2012-2013

Project: 
Identification of new targets for the treatment of neuropathic and tumor pain

Project period: 
2012-2015

Project:
The role of AMACR in the development of multiple sclerosis

Supervisor:
Prof. Dr. Michael Parnham