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Institut für Anatomie I

AG Prof. Dr. Doychin Angelov

  • Project Nr. 1: Objective measures of motor dysfunction after compression spinal cord injury in adult rats: Correlations with locomotor rating scores
  • Project Nr. 2: Functional deficits and morphological changes in the neurogenic bladder match the severity of spinal cord compression
  • Projekt Nr. 3: Whole-body vibration improves functional recovery in spinal cord-injured rats
  • Project Nr. 4: Functional recovery after experimental spinal cord compression and whole body vibration therapy requires a balanced revascularization of the injured site
  • Project Nr. 5: Changes in the musculoskeletal system after experimental compressive spinal cord injury and whole body vibration in rats
  • Project Nr. 6: Whole body vibration (WBV) following spinal cord injury (SCI) in rats: timing of intervention

AG Prof. Dr. Bossinger

  • epithelial developmental in C. elegans
  • Organogenesis of the intestine
  • Organization of cytoskeletal networks
  • Analysis of succinat dehydrogenase inhibitors

AG ehem. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Neiss


  • Transmissionselektronenmikroskopie in Kooperationsprojekten mit mehreren Kliniken und Instituten
  • Zelluläre Lokalisation und Funktion des Angiotensin II Rezeptors Typ 1
  • Regeneration peripherer Nerven

AG Wodarz, Univ.-Prof. Dr. A. Wodarz

  • Molecular control of cell polarity in epithelia and stem cells
  • Identification of stemness factors in somatic and germ line stem cells
  • Functional characterization of Wnt coreceptors in Drosophila

The model organism of our research is mainly the fruit fly Drosophila, as it is easily accessible to genetic manipulation and is very well suited for cell biological analyses using high-resolution light microscopy.


Anatomie II