Currently funded projects

7 Results
Dysregulated NFAT5 in the endometrium could lead to poor vessel development

Role of NFAT5 & impaired endometrial blood vessel development.

Applicant: Dr. Madhuri S. Salker
Institution: University Hospital Tübingen, Women’s Health Research Institute
EKFS funding line: first application

Teaching session for the application of CPAP in the delivery room

Use of different CPAP-levels in the delivery room and treatment of respiratory distress syndrome in very preterm infants – a randomized multicenter trial

Institutions: Department of General Pediatrics & Neonatology, Center for Pediatrics and Youth Medicine, Justus Liebig University of Giessen
Applicant: Dr. Markus Waitz
EKFS funding line: first application

Beyond others, child cognitive outcomes are measured by event-related potentials in EEG and an IQ test battery

"This one drink!?" The invisible developmental consequences of intrauterine alcohol exposure: A longitudinal multi-level study in childhood and adolescence based on a meconium ethanol metabolite

Institutions: Children and Youth Department for Mental Health, Women's Hospital and Adult Psychiatry at Erlangen University Hospital
Applicant: Dr. Anna Eichler
EKFS funding line: first application

Optoacoustic in the paediatric experimental and translational imaging laboratory

Light in - Sound out. New non-invasive biomarkers in pediatrics

Institution: Kinder- und Jugendklinik, Universitätsklinikum Erlangen
Applicant: Ferdinand Knieling
EKFS funding line: Else Kröner-Memorial-Stipendium

Investigation of galectin-1-sugar-metabolome axis during healthy and preeclamptic pregnancies

REPRODOMICS project – Deciphering galectin-1 signalling in preeclampsia: insights from metabolomics

Institution: Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Experimental and Clinical Research Center (ECRC)
Applicant: Dr. Nancy Freitag
EKFS funding line: first application

Dr. Lobmaier performing fetal cardiac function measurements

Fetal programming: Evaluation of cardiovascular remodeling in late-onset small-for-gestational-age fetuses and prediction of adverse birth and intermediate-term cardiovascular outcome- CURIOSA study

Institution: Frauenklinik, Klinikum rechts der Isar der Technischen Universität München
Applicant: PD Dr. Silvia M. Lobmaier
EKFS funding line: first application

: PD Dr. Nico Lachmann (left) is working together with Patrick Blank (middle) and Dr. Miriam Hetzel (right) on the new gene therapy approach

Innovative gene therapy concepts for Mendelian Susceptibility to Mycobacterial Disease (MSMD)

Institution: Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Institut für Experimentelle Hämatologie
Applicant: PD Dr. Nico Lachmann
EKFS funding line: first application