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Center for Molecular Biology of Inflammation - ZMBE

 

Environment

 

The city of Münster, home town of the ZMBE, is a very attractive city concerning the scientific environment, as well as the cultural and social infrastructure. Münster has been awarded one of the most liveable cities.

In this section of the ZMBE website, you will find links to both worlds.

 

 

Scientific infrastructure

The excellent scientific infrastructure surrounding the ZMBE nurtures fruitful collaborations between internationally acclaimed life science groups and scientific centers. In close proximity to the ZMBE you will e.g. find

 

Cluster of Excellence - Cells in Motion

SFB 293: "Mechanisms of Inflammation: Interactions of Endothelium, Epithelium and Leukocytes"

SFB 492: "Extracellular Matrix: Biogenesis, Assembly and Cellular Interactions"

SFB 629: "Molecular Cell Dynamics: Intracellular and Cellular Motion"

SFB 656: "Molecular Cardiovascular Imaging - from Mouse to Man"

GRK 1409: "Molecular Interactions of Pathogens with Biotic and Abiotic Surfaces"

GRK "Molecular Basis of Dynamic Cellular Processes"

Graduate Program - Cell Dynamics and Disease

 

Medical Faculty of the University of Münster

The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Biomedicine

 

The Interdisciplinary Center of Clinical Research (IZKF) Münster

Innovative Medical Research Münster

MSc Molecular Biomedicine

 

The Center of Nanotechnology

The Technologypark Münster

 

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Living in Muenster

Münster has been awarded the title of “World’s Most Liveable City” (LivCom Award 2004, category: 250,000 to 700,000 inhabitants). Find out more about the various opportunities you will have in Münster at the Official touristic services site of Münster city.

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Münster at Wikipedia.org

 

The University of Münster is one of Germany's biggest institutions of higher education.

 

If you come from abroad, the International Office of the University of Münster might be of interest to you.

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