To position the pioneers with their groundbreaking ideas at an international level, HPC recently nominated a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) consisting of highly accomplished, globally recognized scientific experts.
Recently, Dr. Oliver Bruns joined the new Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, where he aims to visualize processes in living organisms. Together with his former colleagues from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), he demonstrates how this might succeed. In a recent 'PNAS' publication they combined an already approved fluorescent dye with latest technology and received remarkable images.
Matthias Meier is pursuing ambitious goals. Based on his own, sophisticated organ on a chip system, the new team leader at Helmholtz Pioneer Campus (HPC) is aiming to revolutionise personalised medicine in the obesity and diabetes fields in five years time.
New technologies enable deeper insights into the causes of major diseases such as diabetes, obesity or cancer and open the way to a new generation of diagnostics and therapies. For the first time, the new Helmholtz Pioneer Campus (HPC) at Helmholtz Zentrum München and the German Center for Diabetes Research (DZD) have invited bioengineers, diabetes researchers and scientists from related...
The Helmholtz Pioneer Campus (HPC) leadership is excited to unveil an HPC-specific corporate design that will be invaluable for introducing the new innovation campus to local, regional and global partners at the top international research level in the fields of metabolism and engineering.
Literate in a variety of disciplines, Dr. Oliver Bruns combines cutting-edge technologies to bring unseen physiological processes to light. Since January 2018, he pursues his interdisciplinary approach to research at the Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, a new initiative at the Helmholtz Zentrum München.
Scientifically, we are looking for interdisciplinary researchers that embrace human organoids and mini-organ technologies. Putting these on custom-engineered ‘biochips’ will enable unprecedented possibilities for bio- imaging and –sensing as well as the manifold high-throughput -omics and –screening methods.