Core Facilities

A complemental measure for strengthening the scientific performance is the implementation of core facilities that provide resources for shared cross-institutional use and to external partners.

The Core Facilities of the Medical Faculty

Core Facility Managerin Dr. Julia Nagy

Dr. Julia Nagy
Science Manager CFs

✉ julia.nagy[at]uni-ulm.de
☎ 0731 - 500 33635

Successful research is based on the availability of cutting-edge technologies and their effective use.

Core Facilities are service facilities that offer their bundled expertise in state-of-the-art technologies and services. In addition to the specialized service, cost efficiency and resource conservation are decisive factors for the establishment of these structural units.

The Medical Faculty currently runs 14 Core Facilities as well as the DFG-funded MoMAN Center. We support internal and external scientists in planning and implementing their research projects by providing access to advanced research infrastructure and offering expertise in the field of biomedical research.

For more information on equipment, services offered and project registration, please visit the individual pages of the Core Facilities. For general information please contact the CF Management.

 

Center for Translational Imaging MoMAN

The Center for Translational Imaging - From Molecule to Man (MoMAN), funded by the DFG since 2016, is a central coordination unit that serves to promote, further develop and bundle activities in the field of translational imaging at the research location Ulm.

In the second funding period (2022/2023), the administrative, educational and infrastructural organization will be aligned with future requirements in the field of translational medical imaging. In this context, the MoMAN Center aims to extend the successful administrative support of the imaging Core Facilities with a structured training program (MoMAN Academy). For more information, please visit the MoMAN website.

The Core Facilities overview