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DFG Contacts

Stand: November 12, 2018

Dr. Wiebke Ginter

Programme Officer
Life Sciences 3: Medicine

E-Mail: wiebke.ginter@dfg.de
Telephone: +49 (228) 885-2055
Telefax: +49 (228) 885-713320
Kennedyallee 40
53175 Bonn

Tasks and Responsibilities

Scientific Areas of Responsibility

205-15 Gastroenterology, Metabolism
205-16 Nephrology

Scientific Areas of Responsibility (Deputy Contact)

205-05 Nutritional Sciences
205-17 Endocrinology, Diabetology

Coordinated Programmes (procedural matters)

Clinical Research Units

192 Skeletal Muscle Growth Regulation and Dysregulation
217 Hepatobiliary Transport and Liver Disease
257 Molekulare Pathogenese und optimierte Therapie von chronisch entzündlichen Darmerkrankungen
306 Primär Sklerosierende Cholangitis
325 Clinical relevance of tumor-microenvironment interactions in pancreatic cancer
329 Disease pathways in podocyte injury – from molecular mechanisms to individualized treatment options

Research Units

667 Epithelial Mechanisms in Renal Volume Regulation
1368 Hemodynamic Mechanisms of Acute Kidney Injury
2438 Cell Plasticity in Colorectal Carcinogenesis

Coordinated Programmes (scientific matters)


57 Organ Fibrosis: From Mechanisms of Injury to Modulation of Disease
219 Mechanisms of Cardiovascular Complications in Chronic Kidney Disease
241 Immune-Epithelial Communication in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Collaborative Research Centres

841 Liver inflammation: infection, immune regulation and consequences
974 Communication and Systems Relevance in Liver Injury and Regeneration
1140 Kidney Disease - from Genes to Mechanisms (KIDGEM)
1192 Immune-Mediated Glomerular Diseases - Basic Concepts and Clinical Implications
1321 Modelling and Targeting Pancreatic Cancer

Research Training Groups

2254 Heterogeneity and evolution in solid tumors (HEIST): Molecular characterization and therapeutic consequences
2318 Tight junctions and their proteins: molecular features and actions in health and disease