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Dr Dominic Grün
Dr Dominic Grün
Group Leader
Phone:+49 761 5108-490
Email:gruen@...

Funding

We investigates how signals from the microenvironment are integrated with stochastic processes in a cell to control cell fate decision in normal tissues and upon perturbations due to disease or tissue damage by combining single-cell resolution experimental methods with computational methods involving machine learning and mathematical modeling.
The Max Planck Society is one of your our main funding sources.

Max Planck Society

The Max Planck Society is one of your our main funding sources. [more]
ERC Consolidator Grant on “Identifying spatial determinants of immune cell fate commitment (ImmuNiche)”

European Research Council (ERC)

ERC Consolidator Grant on “Identifying spatial determinants of immune cell fate commitment (ImmuNiche)” [more]
Project: A Reference Cell Atlas of Human Liver Diversity Over a Lifespan

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Project: A Reference Cell Atlas of Human Liver Diversity Over a Lifespan [more]
Research Training Group by the DFG; Project: Quantitative single cell biology in hematopoietic differentiation

MeInBio

Research Training Group by the DFG; Project: Quantitative single cell biology in hematopoietic differentiation [more]
Cluster of Excellence, University of Freiburg

Centre for Integrative Biological Signalling Studies

Cluster of Excellence, University of Freiburg [more]
CRC 1425 “The heterocellular nature of cardiac lesions: Identities, interactions, implications” funded by the German Research Council

DFG

CRC 1425 “The heterocellular nature of cardiac lesions: Identities, interactions, implications” funded by the German Research Council [more]
DFG Priority Program SPP 1937 “Innate Lymphoid Cells”

DFG

DFG Priority Program SPP 1937 “Innate Lymphoid Cells”

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Project on “Unveiling differentiation trajectories of T lymphocytes with single cell resolution” funded by the German Research Council (DFG)

DFG

Project on “Unveiling differentiation trajectories of T lymphocytes with single cell resolution” funded by the German Research Council (DFG) [more]
 
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