Researchers regard the overall distribution of receptors in the brain – the receptome – as a new approach for computer models that reproduce the function of the brain, ...© RUB, Marquard Photography
A research team has clarified for the first time how photosystem II is formed from more than 100 individual components.© RUB, Marquard Photography
The more difficult the task, the more stress occurs. Or so you might think, but it’s not quite that simple.© RUB, Marquard Photography
At the Center for Systems-based Antibiotic Research (CESAR) we investigate natural products to identify antibiotics with novel chemical structures, unprecedented targets and mechanisms of action to combat multi-resistant pathogens.
In the DFG-funded Research Training Group "Microbial substrate conversion (MiCon)", 24 PhD candidates aim at understanding the mechanistic principles of microbial conversion of substrates (S) to products (P) at the molecular level.
At the Center for Protein Diagnostics (PRODI), founding director Prof. Dr. Klaus Gerwert, label-free spectroscopic methods are developed for the diagnosis and therapy prediction of oncological and neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.
In the basic part of the Bachelor study programme the students gain basic knowledge in Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Bioinformatics, Genetics, Microbiology, Animal and Plant Physiology. In the in-depth part of the Bachelor study programme and in the Master study programme the students participate in variable elective subjects and thereby deepen their knowledge individually. Bachelor’s and Master’s theses are carried out pratically/experimentally and complete the student’s expertises. The individual specialization of the student’s knowledge is based on the faculty’s state-of-the-art research in the different departments.
Furthermore, in the study path Master of Science the students can study within focal point programmes, which are listed on the final documents after graduation: