Sie sind hier: Startseite Forschung Forschungseinrichtungen Schwerpunktprogramme

Schwerpunktprogramme (SPP)


  • SPP 1463: Epigenetic Regulation of normal hematopoiesis and its dysregulation in myeloid neoplasia
    The goals of this initiative are to define the epigenome of normal and malignant myeloid cells by novel methodologies covering the entire genome; to understand the epigenetic regulation of normal blood cell development and its dysregulation in myeloid cancer, using the models of leukemia-specific AML fusion proteins; to discover novel epigenetic lesions in these cancers (potentially providing novel prognostic markers and target structures for drug development); to develop preclinical models of epigenetic therapy in myeloid cancers (molecular pharmacology, drug discovery, animal studies).
  • SPP 1685: Ecosystem Nutrition: Forest Strategies for Limited Phosphorous Resources
    This Priority Programme aims at launching the emerging scientific field of ecosystem nutrition thereby elucidating functional links between strategies of phosphor (P) nutrition, and speciation and allocation of P in soils.
  • SPP 1772: Human performance under multiple cognitive task requirements:  From basic mechanisms to optimized task scheduling
    In modern life, people face many different situations that afford multitasking. Usually such situations are associated with performance decrements, failures and risks of accidents. This priority program aims to bring together different lines of research on human performance under such multiple cognitive task requirements (i.e. multitasking) in order to provide a new integrative theoretical framework to account for this fundamental aspect of human behavior.


2015 ausgelaufene Programme:

  • SPP 1319: Biological Transformations of Hydrocarbons in the Absence of Oxygen
  • SPP 1337: Aktive Mikrooptik
    Unter dem Dach des Schwerpunktprogramms arbeiten unser Forschungsgruppen an der Etablierung der wissenschaftlichen Grundlagen sowie der Erweiterung der technischen Möglichkeiten auf dem Gebiet der aktiven Mikrooptik. In den überregional vernetzten Projekten erforschen sie neuartige Materialien, Komponenten und Ansteuerungssysteme aktiver optischer Mikrosysteme.