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Flexi Funds
FCMH awards Flexi Funds as start-up funding for joint research initiatives. Both established and newly emerging associations from all scientific disciplines are eligible to apply.
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The three Central Hessian universities have many areas of intersection in their subjects and, at the same time, owing to the difference in scientific profiles and to the strategy of creating professorships to be distinct but to intermesh with each other at the three institutions, their specialities are complementary, lending themselves to collaboration. In many fields, joint research activities have therefore been an established practice for many years. Cross-university cooperation is now funnelling into the Campus Research Foci. These contain thematically focused joint research clusters which pursue common scientific goals, are developing strategically and are successful in scientific competition.
Digital Medicine and E-Health
With an increasing digitalisation of personal data, new methods for analysis and treatment are opening up in medicine, offering a fast and coherent profile of the patient.
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Hospital Hygiene
The goal of the Campus Research Focus “Hospital Hygiene” is to implement an active management of infection prevention and infection control in hospital hygiene.
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Insect Biotechnology and Bioresources
The scientists of the Campus Research Focus “Insect Biotechnology and Bioresources“ employ biotechnological methods to use insects as a resource for new molecules for applications in medicine, crop protection and industrial biotechnology.
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Lung and Heart
To date, the available therapies for most respiratory and heart diseases only relieve disease symptoms, but do not cure the disease itself. It is here that scientists from the Research Campus Focus “Lung and Heart” come into play, investigating the causes and mechanisms of disease in order to develop new approaches for prevention, diagnosis and therapy.
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Material, Molecule and Energy
The Campus Research Focus “Material, Molecule and Energy” is excellently networked on both a regional and an international scale. Scientists at the Universities of Giessen and Marburg and the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen University of Applied Sciences conduct joint interdisciplinary research with other universities and research partners in Germany and abroad, applying theoretical, experimental and application-oriented approaches.
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Microorganisms and Viruses
This Campus Research Focus pools the molecular, ecological and medical expertise in microbiology, virology and parasitology of the universities of Giessen and Marburg and the THM University of Applied Sciences, with the cooperation partners Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg, Paul Ehrlich Institute in Langen and the University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg.
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Mind, Brain and Behaviour
Understanding the brain and, ultimately, the human mind is the key goal of the joint activities of the Campus Research Focus "Mind, Brain and Behaviour." Basic research projects span from subcellular processes to the whole brain, in healthy subjects and in neurological and psychiatric patients.
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Security - Conflict - Order
As regions of conflict, Eastern Europe and the Near and Middle East are in the focus of global interest and global politics. Not only are the relations between the two regions and Western Europe changing and intensifying dramatically, producing tensions and conflict, but also developments in the relationship of the Near and Middle East with Eastern Europe are dynamic and ever more critical.
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Space Applications
Scientists from the Campus Research Focus “Space Applications” are addressing various challenges in the field of electric propulsion. The inter-institutional Laboratory for Space Applications (LaRa) of JLU and THM provides test-facilities for operating electric thrusters under space conditions.
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In addition to the Campus Research Foci, the FCMH has further profile areas in joint fields of activity which are being strategically intensified. More joint fields of activity are likely in the future.
Climate and Climate Change Impact
The scientists involved in the Campus Profile Area of “Climate and Climate Change Impact” are investigating processes in the climate system and mitigation and adaptation strategies in the course of climate change.
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Infections and Inflammations
Inflammations are one of the most common clinical phenomena in medicine. They have various causes, i.e. they may or may not be induced by infections. In spite of the development of antibiotics and vaccines in the last century, infections are still responsible for a large number of illnesses and deaths worldwide every year.
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Reproduction in Humans and Animals
Scientists of the Campus Profile Area “Reproduction in Humans and Animals” from the Departments of Human and Veterinary Medicine and Biology are conducting interdisciplinary research to identify hitherto unknown causes of infertility and to shed light on the molecular mechanisms of known fertility disorders.
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Tumour Research and Immunology
In the Campus Profile Area “Tumour Research and Immunology”, scientists are investigating the interaction between tumour cells, inflammatory cells and tumour stromal cells in order to gain knowledge that will help them to develop new cancer therapy strategies.
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