8 – MHH

Hannover Medical School (Germany) – www.mh-hannover.de

 Principal Investigator: Axel Schambach (Schambach.Axel@mh-hannover.de)

Hannover Medical School (MHH) is one of the biggest centres for transplantation medicine in Germany and among the 5 top university hospitals in Germany. MHH’s top priorities are transplantation, immunity & infection, regeneration, biomedicine technologies and bioimplants. MHH has an excellent campus combining state of the art hospital, teaching and research facilities. Several core units, including next generation sequencing, transcriptomics, confocal microscopy, proteomics, FACS sorting and imaging support the research activities. The focus on transplantation, immunity and regeneration is further underlined by the fact that MHH hosts big network clusters of excellence, such as the BMBF-funded integrated research and treatment centre transplantation (IFB-Tx) and the DFG-funded cluster of excellence REBIRTH (from regenerative biology to reconstructive therapy).