Welcome at the Institute for Molecular Medicine

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The Institute

The Institute for Molecular Medicine was founded in 2009 and coordinates the Master programme Molecular Medicine (MMM). The Institute's research area is Immunology with focuses on the biology and function of innate lymphocytes (Steinle group) as well as on T-cell development (Krueger group).



Find out more about the people working at the Institute for Molecular Medicine and their research interests.

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Steinle Lab

The main research interest of our laboratory concerns the molecular mechanisms governing the activation of Natural Killer (NK) cells in humans.

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Krueger Lab

Our laboratory is primarily interested in understanding molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying the formation of T cells.
We are working on two aspects of T-cell development:
- a quantitative spatio-temporal model of T cell development
- post-transcriptional control of lymphocyte development by 
  non-coding RNA


Take a look at publications concerning our research interests.

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