Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenetics

Dr. Marianne Mathäs and Univ.- Prof. Dr. Leszek Wojnowski deal with the field of clinical pharmacology and pharmacogenetics with a focus on:

  • The transmission of adverse drug reactions, such as toxicities and disease dispositions to subsequent generations.
    DFG-project
  • The importance of transcription profiles for individualization of cancer treatments, especially with topoisomerase II inhibitors in acute myeloid leukemia.
    DFG-project

Frequently used methods:

Molecular biology (PCR, gel electrophoresis, cloning, quantitative PCR), cell culture (transfection, reporter gene assay), Western blot, high throughput data analysis, mouse models, machine learning, appcode programming

Our publications with altogether over 8000 Google Scholar Citations

Alumni

Group Leaders

Prof. Dr. Wojnowski
Leszek Wojnowski, Prof. Dr.
Acting Director of the Department
Group Leader

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Dr. Mathäs
Marianne Mathäs, Dr.
Project Leader

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Research Associate

Dr. More
Piyush More, Dr.
Postdoc
Project Leader

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Dr. Tibyampansha
Dativa Tibyampansha, Dr.
research associate

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Technical Assistance

Gödtel-Armbrust
Ute Gödtel-Armbrust
medical technician

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Students

Engl
Ann-Kathrin Engl
Ph.D. student
(together with the pharmacy of the UM)

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Großgarten
Anna-Lena Großgarten
Ph.D. student
(together with the Pharmacy of the UM)

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Jedras
Jessica Jedras
Master student

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Platzhalterbild
Jessica Jedras
Master student

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Sittner
Kevin Sittner
Master student

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Platzhalterbild
Miriam Vötter
Bachelor student

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