Principal Investigators (PI's)

A maximum of 26 selected supervisors form the group of Principal Investigators (PI's). Those persons are responsible for the high standard of PhD training in the Graduate School. One Principal Investigator has to be included in each Thesis Advisory Committee (TAC). The Board of Directors of the Graduate School routinely decides on the composition of the PI's. Currently, the following persons have the status of a Principal Investigator:

Barth, HolgerPharmacology und Toxicology
Böckers, TobiasAnatomy and Cell Biology
Britsch, StefanMolecular and Cellular Anatomy
Buske, ChristianExperimental Cancer Research
Debatin, Klaus-Michael Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Döhner, Hartmut     Internal Medicine III
Dürre, PeterMicrobiology and Biotechnology
Fehling, Hans-JörgImmunology
Frick, ManfredGeneral Physiology
Geiger, HartmutMolecular Medicine
Gierschik, Peter Pharmacology and Toxicology
Huber-Lang, MarkusOrthopedic Trauma, Hand, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Ignatius, AnitaOrthopaedic Research and Biomechanics
Johnsson, NilsMolecular Genetics and Cell Biology
Kestler, HansNeural Information Processing
Kirchhoff, FrankMolecular Virology
Knöll, BerndPhysiological Chemistry
Kochanek, StefanGene Therapy
Kühl, MichaelBiochemistry and Molecular Biology
Liss, BirgitGeneral Physiology
Mertens, ThomasVirology
Michaelis, JensBiophysics
Rottbauer, WolfgangInternal Medicine II
Scharffetter-Kochanek, KarinDermatology and Allergic Diseases
Spellerberg, BarbaraMedical Microbiology and Hospital Hygiene
Seufferlein, ThomasInternal Medicine I
Tuckermann, JanApplied Zoology and Endocrinology
Weidinger, GilbertBiochemistry and Molecular Biology
Weil, TanjaOrganical Chemistry III
Wiesmüller, LisaObstetrics and Gynecology
Wirth, ThomasPhysiological Chemistry