- Project Area A. BioInks
- Project Area B. Processes and Methods
- Project Area C. Biofabricated Models
- Project Area Z. Central Service Projects
- Completed Projects
A02 | Hyaluronic acid-based bioink platform with multi-functional crosslinkers for the controlled differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells
A06 | Cell-loaded microgels as mechanical protection and controlled microenvironment for cells in bioinks
B02 | Endothelialized perfusable microvascular networks for biofabrication of standardized in vitro tissue models
B05 | Membrane-engineering as a tool to control the behavior of mesenchymal stem cells in biofabrication processes
B07 | Development of sensor particles and computer simulations for the determination of mechanical cell stress during biofabrication
C02 | Biofabrication of a 3D model for the functional investigation of stromal parameters influencing the behavior of breast cancer cells
C04 | Biofabrication of cellularized and by the AV loop vascularized tissue container for the transplantation of cells producing therapeutic proteins
C05 | Ultraweak hydrogels for molecular and biological functional analyses of cell-matrix and cell-cell 3D networks in neuronal cell culture systems
The subproject “central tasks” (management) plans and coordinates the research programmes of the individual subprojects and their publications, processes the administrative tasks of the SFB, in particular the cooperation with the German Research Foundation (DFG), and is responsible for the external representation of the Collaborative Research Centre (SFB).
Key task of subproject Z is monitoring the compliance with the agreed budgets of individual subprojects within the SFB/TRR 225 with the help of suitable controlling instruments. Other tasks include:
Overview of the overall finances of the SFB, issue of reports on the expenditure of funds, recruitment and dismissal of staff, accounting for the different subprojects, ordering procedures, filing, inventory, general correspondence, establishment and maintenance of a World Wide Web server for the international presentation of the SFB via electronic media and easier exchange of information within the SFB.
Administrative coordination of research within the subprojects
Administrative coordination of research activities, preparation of regular progress reports, implementation and update of project management, participation in working group meetings, organization and implementation of regular meetings according to the arrangements the SFB, in particular the board committee meetings, coordination and compilation of research reports including all duties involved in the publication of the reports and research proposals, administrative coordination of symposiums, conferences and seminars.
Dr. Jennifer Ritzer