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Research Units and Clinical Research Units

Research Units and Clinical Research Units at FAU

Research Units (RU) are groups of several researchers based at one or more locations. They often contribute to establishing new areas of research. The aim of Clinical Research Units (CRU) is to promote research groups involved in disease or patient-orientated (translational) clinical research and set up permanent research groups in clinical facilities. There are currently a total of 17 Research Units and Clinical Research Units at FAU. FAU is the coordinating university for seven of these units.

Research Units coordinated by FAU

  • DFG research unit 1508 − Dynamically adaptive applications for bat localisation using embedded communicating sensor systems
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  • DFG research unit 1600 − Chemistry and technology of the ammonothermal synthesis of nitrides
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  • DFG research unit 1878 − funCOS – Functional molecular structures on complex oxide surfaces
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  • DFG research unit 2271 – Process-orientated tolerance management with virtual assurance methods
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  • DFG research unit 2332 − Temperature-related stresses as a unifying principle in ancient extinctions (TERSANE):
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  • DFG-research unit 2886 − PANDORA – Pathways triggering AutoimmuNity and Defining Onset of early Rheumatoid Arthritis: Go to website

Research Units involving FAU

  • DFG research unit 1650 − Dislocation based plasticity
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  • DFG research unit 2127 − Selection and adaptation during metastatic cancer progression
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  • DFG research unit 2179 − MAD Soil – Microaggregates: formation and turnover of the structural building blocks of soils
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  • DFG research unit 2438 − Cell plasticity in colorectal carcinogenesis:
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  • DFG research unit 2457 − Acoustic sensor networks
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  • DFG research unit 2690 − Translational pruritus research
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  • DFG research unit 2730 − Environmental changes in biodiversity hotspot ecosystems in Southern Ecuador: system response and feedback effects (RESPECT)
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  • DFG research unit 2799 − Receiving and translating signals via the gamma-delta T Cell Receptor:
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  • DFG research uni 2953 − Sialic Acid as Regulator in Development and Immunity:
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