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Current topics cooperative PhDs

Supervisor at HS KL

Analysis of the interaction of the microbiome with the enteric nervous system

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Effects of a calorie-reduced diet on the enteric nervous system

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Characterisation of superparamagnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications with Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM)

Prof. Dr. Hildegard Möbius

The enteric nervous system as predictor for pathological changesand therapeutically effectiveness by Alzheimer disease

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Detection of biomolecules using multivariant data analysis from silicon nanowire field-effect transistor arrays

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Dotted Design for OLEDs

Prof. Dr. Hildegard Möbius

Influences of complex mixtures of active substances on intestinal motility and immunity

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

A microsystem for isolation of DNA from difficult samples

Prof. Dr. Dr. Oliver Müller

Development of electrochemical deposition of NiFeMo and its application in magnetic field sensor technology

Prof. Dr. Monika Saumer

Development of 3D electrodes for biomedical applications

Prof. Dr. Monika Saumer

Establishment of a new measurement system for electrophysiological acquisition of neuronal data

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Novel and fast isolation of DNA from difficult samples and the analysis of the complete faecal genome

Prof. Dr. Dr. Oliver Müller

Microtechnical Sensor for Determination of Moisture in Apparel and Approaches to Active Climate Regulation

Prof. Dr. Antoni Picard

Nano modified antioxidants for the prevention and treatment neurodegenerative diseases: Work on in-vivo and in vitro models

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

On-chip integration of SiNW-FETs into different bridge configurations by CMOS processing

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

PEDOT:PSS Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Biosensing

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Printed Flexible Multi- Sensory Array Towards Wound Monitoring Applications

Prof. Dr. Antoni Picard

Random nanostructured interfaces for bioanalytical applications

Prof. Dr. Monika Saumer

Reduced grapheneoxide based biosensor platform for detecting prostate cancer biomarkers

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

System integration of Graphene Oxide based materials for biosensor applications

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Thermal based real-time monitoring of cell growth

Prof. Dr. Antoni Picard

Transplantation of neural stem cells for the treatment of gastrointestinal neuropathies

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

   
   

Topics completed cooperative PhDs

Supervisor at HS KL

2D Nanomaterials as the basis for cost-effective, sensitive and selective DNA-hybridization biosensors with SNP detection capabilities

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Characterization of galvanically produced nanocrystalline nickel-iron alloys

Prof. Dr. Joachim Ernst Hoffmann

Characterization of neural enteric stem cells

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Chemical and physical stimulation of neural stem cells of the central and peripheral nervous system: Approaches to the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases through intrinsic stimulation

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Comparative analyses of murine and human formyl peptide receptor 3

Prof. Dr. Bernd Bufe

Development and process integration of novel 2D nanomaterials for opto-electronic biosensor concepts

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Influences of ex- and intrinsic factors on neural stem cells

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Establishment of a fluorescence-based cell assay for the screening of potential cancer therapeutics of the Wnt signaling pathway

Prof. Dr. Dr. Oliver Müller

Establishment and validation of an intestinal perfusion system and evaluation of new anti-inflammatory active substances from fungi for the treatment of inflammatory intestinal diseases

Prof. Dr. Karl-Herbert Schäfer

Identification of novel pahtogen-derived agonists for human and mouse formyl peptide receptors

Prof. Dr. Bernd Bufe

Impedimetric detection of anticancer drug action on individual tumor cells using field-effect transistor devices

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Label-free detection of biomolecules using silicon nanowire ionsensitive field-effect transistor devices

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Nanoelectrochemical transducers fabricated by nanoimprint lithography for biosensor applications

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Readout concepts for label-free biomolecule detection with advanced ISFET and silicon nanowire biosensors

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Transistor-transfer function measurements using ionsensitive field-effect transistors to analyze cell viability as a novel tool for pharmacological high throughput screening

Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt

Cellular system for testing therapeutically active substances

Prof. Dr. Dr. Oliver Müller