Master-Thesis & Bachelor-Thesis Projects

Open Bachelor- or Master thesis projects
Master-thesis, Bachelor-thesis, Würzburg University, Research, Krebsforschung, Universität Würzburg, Immunologie, Immuntherapie, Aspergillus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open Master Project

Immunobiology of alloreactive T cells

A master thesis project is available to study the biology of human and mouse T cells after allogenic hematopoetic stem cell transplantation. Hematopoetic stem cell transplantation is a successful treatment for many malignant and non-malignant bone marrow diseases. Unfortunately, this often leads to a highly inflammatory immune reaction in which alloreactive T cells attack the host tissue. Our group investigates potential novel therapeutic targets on alloreactive T cells to modulate the immune response after transplantation. Successful candidates will employ a broad array of research methods such as cell culture, immunological assays, multiparameter flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy, and in vivo mouse models of non-invasive optical imaging. Interested and highly motivated candidates will be given the opportunity to participate in an interdisciplinary translational research project.

A successful applicant will have some basic lab experience and good communication skills in English. Interested applicants should send their electronic application & CV to:

Prof. Andreas Beilhack, MD

E-mail: beilhack_a@ukw.de

Subject: Bachelor/Master Thesis (+F1/F2 Praktikum)

 

Immunobiology of Regulatory T cells (Tregs)

A Bachelor/Master thesis project is available to study the biology of human and mouse regulatory T cells, important signaling pathways and cell-cell-interactions of immune regulation in inflammation and cancer. Successful candidates will employ a broad array of research methods such as cell culture, immunological assays, multiparameter flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy, transfection, qRT-PCR and in vivo mouse models of non-invasive optical imaging. Interested and highly motivated candidates will be given the opportunity to participate in an interdisciplinary translational research project.

A successful applicant will have some basic lab experience and good communication skills in English. Interested applicants should send their electronic application & CV to:

Prof. Andreas Beilhack, MD
E-mail: beilhack_a@ukw.de
Subject: Bachelor/Master Thesis