AMBIOM – Analysis of Microscopic BIOMedical Images aims to enable a high analytical throughput of microscopic images.
The Biofluorescence research group focuses on the response of immune cells to sterile inflammation. The aim of the scientists is to uncover the cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in sterile infections.
The research group Bioimaging aims to detect the molecular and cellular processes that underly so-called immuno-vascular interactions under inflammatory conditions.
The objective of the Cardiovascular Pharmacology research group is to identify molecular key signals for cardiovascular diseases. The work focuses, among other things, on cardiac insufficiency and cardiac hypertrophy.
The research group ERC-Sulfaging investigates the connection between ageing processes and so-called gasotransmitter signalling.
The research group Lipidomics focuses on lipid signatures in cardiovascular diseases and malignant melanoma. For their analyses, the scientists combine complementary techniques such as imaging mass spectrometry and microscopy.
The Miniaturisation group specialises in developing and characterising miniaturised plasmas for analytical chemistry.
The junior research group Multidimensional Omics Data Analysis is a cooperation based on the Jülich model with Bielefeld University. Jun-Prof Dr Robert Heyer holds a professorship in bioinformatics, and heads the research group at ISAS.