Specialist subject areas

Saarland University's Center for Human and Molecular Biology (ZHMB) coordinates the teaching and research activities in the field of human and molecular biology. The individual members of the ZHMB conduct research in the following areas:

Research Training Groups
DFG-funded Research Training Group 'Calcium Signaling and Cellular Nanodomains'
DFG-funded Research Training Group 'Physical Methods in the Structural Characterization of New Materials'

Priority Programmes
DFG-funded Priority Programme 'MAdLand: Molecular Adaptation to Land - plant evolution to change'
DFG-funded Priority Programme 'Pluripotency and Reprogramming'
DFG-funded Priority Programme 'Epigenetics'
DFG-funded Priority Programme 'Dynamics of Thiol-based Redox Switches in Cellular Physiology'
DFG-funded Priority Programme 'Ubiquitin Family Network'
DFG-funded Priority Programme 'Epithelial Intercellular Junctions'

Research Units
DFG-funded Research Unit FOR 1369 'Sulfated Steroids in Reproduction'

Collaborative Research Centres
Transregional Collaborative Research Centre 152 "TRiPs to Homeostasis: Maintenance of Body Homeostasis by Transient Receptor Potential Channel Modules"Collaborative Research Centre "Physical modeling of non-equilibrium processes in biological systems"

Projects funded by the EU or the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Deutsches Epigenom-Programm DEEP
SCOG (Single Cell Omics Germany)