Drittmittel

Time Funding agency Title Amount
2002-2006 DFG, Junior group grant within the collaborative research center 405 The regulation of Natural Killer cells – lessons learned from the 2B4 (CD244) receptor 1,2 Mio Euro
2005-2007 German Cancer Foundation Identification of the ligands for the ’natural cytotoxicity receptors’NKp30, NKp44 und NKp46 124 000 Euro
2005-2011 German Ministry for Science and Education (BMBF)-BioFuture The role of lipid rafts in the activation and function of human Natural Killer cells 1,5 Mio Euro
2006-2009 DFG, Subproject A13 within the collaborative research center 405 Modulation of lymphocyte activities by SLAM-related receptors 506 000 Euro
2007-2008 German Cancer Foundation Role of SLAM family receptors in the activation of gamma/delta T cells 153 000 Euro
Collaborative grant together with Prof. A. Märten
2007-2011 German Ministry for Science and Education (BMBF)-Systems Biology of Cancer (SBCancer) Cellular Decisions in Natural Killer cells 251 000 Euro
2009 DFG, Individual grant Identification and functional characterization of proteins associated with membrane fractions surrounding activating and inhibitory Natural Killer cell receptors 212 000 Euro
2008-2010 German Cancer Foundation Identification of the ligands for the ’natural cytotoxicity receptors‘ NKp30, NKp44 und NKp46 130 000 Euro
2008-2011 Graduate Academy of the state Baden Württemberg Differential activation and integration of signaling modules within the immune system 1 PhD student stipend
2010-2013 DFG, Subproject 16 within the transregional collaborative research center (TRR) 83 Identification and functional characterization of proteins associated with membrane fractions surrounding activating and inhibitory Natural Killer cell receptors 369 000 Euro
2010-2013 University of Regensburg, DFG funded grant CA933/1-1) within the research unit FOR696 – Molecular Analyses and Interactions at Articular Interfaces Role of tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) – positive cells in arthritis approx. 335 000 Euro
2011-2013 DFG, Individual grant ‚SLAM-related receptors‘: role of the cis/trans interaction in the regulation of Natural Killer cells and function on T cells 162 000 Euro
2013-2016 Leibniz SAW Procedure Defining Natural Killer Cell reactivity by quantitative analysis of activating and inhibitory receptor signal integration 819 000 Euro
2015-2016 Start-up price funded by the DGRh The dopamine pathway: a potential therapeutic target for local treatment of rheumatoid arthritis 40 700 Euro
2016-2018 MARIE CURIE individual Fellowship (EU Horizon2020) Dopamine and bone metabolism in rheumatoid arthritis 171 000 Euro
2018-2020 DFG, Individual grant The role of conventional and liver resident NK cells in drug-induced liver injury and in the regulation of ILC2 cells 146 300 Euro
Joint grant with Prof. J. Hengstler
2020 Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Individual grant Development of SPR-based immunoassays for measuring anti-CoV-2 antibodies and for detecting Interactions between CoV-2 spike and virus entry receptor ACE2 at very low concentrations (Seed Money) 10 000 Euro
Joint grant together with Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften – ISAS – e.V.
2020-2023 DFG, Individual grant Regulation of Natural Killer Cell Functions by Catecholamines 252 816 Euro
Joint grant Prof. C. Watzl/ Prof. S. Capellino
2020-2022 Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung Joint-Project: The Role of Epitranscriptomic Modifications in Regulating the Activity of Natural Killer Cells against Tumors

Sub-Project: The effect of manipulating m6A modifications on the activity of NK cells

95 426 Euro