Willkommen bei NephAge - Systems biology of kidney aging
NephAge is a consortium of the GerontoSys II initiative funded by the PTJ, BMBF at the University of Freiburg.
NephAge is composed of 10 research groups who are taking an interdisciplinary approach to address key issues related to changes in kidney function during the aging process. The groups originate from a number of institutes including the Renal medicine division of the University Hospital Freiburg, the BIOSS excellence cluster and the FRIAS LifeNet School reflecting the University’s Life Science focus on Systems Biology and a long standing tradition in kidney research.
group picture taken in March, from left to right: Susanne Theis, Xun Huang, Dominik Skanda, Martin Klose, Benjamin Juhl, Hauke Busch, Melanie Börries, Zhike Zi, Björn Hartleben, Tobias Huber, Matias Simons, Anna Köttgen, Moritz Buck, further group leaders Anke Becker, Jörn Dengjel, Dirk Lebiedz, Kathrin Thedieck
link to group picture in October 2011
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Co-Coordinator, Prof. Dr. Ralf Baumeister
Project Management, Dr. Susanne Theis,