DKFZ

Prof. Dr. Uwe Haberkorn,

Clinical Cooperation Unit Nuclear Medicine, Research Program Imaging and Radiooncology

Prof. Dr. Heinz-Peter Schlemmer,

Division of Radiology, Research Program Imaging and Radiooncology

Prof. Dr. Mark E. Ladd,

Division of Medical Physics in Radiology, Research Program Imaging and Radiooncology

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Lena Maier-Hein,

DKFZ Junior Group Computer-assisted Interventions, Research Program Imaging and Radiooncology

Dr. Christoph Rösli,

DKFZ Junior Research Group Biomarker Discovery, Research Program Cell Biology and Tumor Biology

Dr. Aubry Miller,

DKFZ Research Group Cancer Drug Development, Translational Cancer Research

Industriekooperationen

Bicycle Therapeutics, Cambridge, UK. Preclinical evaluation of novel bicyclic peptides of Bicycle Therapeutics for PET diagnostics and radioendotherapy of solid tumors.

QC1 GmbH, Münster, Germany. Automated Quality Control of 2-Desoxy-2-F-18-fluor-D-glucose (F-18-FDG).

ABX advanced biochemical compounds, Radeberg, Germany. Improvement of DOTA-PSMA conjugates for imaging and therapy of prostate cancer.

formerly Bayer Schering, Berlin, Germany. Apoptosis Imaging with bifunctional Zn complexes.

TRASIS, Belgium. Establishing of fully automated radiosyntheses on the TRASIS All in one Radiosynthesizer.

Jüke Systemtechnik GmbH, Altenberge, Germany. Technical Product Development for improving PET tracer synthesis.

Sibtech Inc, USA, resulting in original article Eder M et al. ScVEGF-PEG-HBED-CC and scVEGF-PEG-NOTA conjugates: comparison of easy-to-label recombinant proteins for Ga-68-PET imaging of VEGF receptors in angiogenic vasculature. Nucl Med Biol. 2010;37:405-12.

Kooperationen auf nationaler & internationaler Ebene

MoBiTech (BMBF), Identification and Optimization of New Diagnostic Imaging Agents Using Biotechnological Technologies (BIOTRACE),
2009 – 2011.

Transregional Collaborative Research Centre CRC TR-128, Initiating/Effector versus Regulatory Mechanisms in Multiple Sclerosis - Progress towards Tackling the Disease. (Speaker: Prof. Dr. Frauke Zipp, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz; Co-Speaker: Prof. Dr. Heinz Wiendl, Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, University Hospital; Project B3, Sorokin L, Kopka K, Schäfers M. MMP-2 and MMP-9 in penetration of the CNS parenchyma in murine EAE; functional analyses and molecular in vivo imaging. Ongoing until 2016.

Weill Cornell Medical College, John W. Babich, PhD, New York, USA.

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