Patient-based Registry

Universität Ulm

The main focus of the Institute of Applied Physiology at Ulm University is to understand neuronal and brain (dys-)functions in health and diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, Schizophrenia, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and RASopathies (RAS-MAPK developmental disorders). The goals are to identify dysregulated neuronal circuitries, transmitter release, mitochondrial function, and signaling pathways that underly current drugs and therapies, as well as to support the development of novel therapeutical approaches.

Role within EURAS

Within EURAS, the partner Ulm University is responsible for the characterization of new cellular and mouse models, to identify dysregulated RAS signaling signature in neuronal differentiation, and in mitochondrial energy metabolism and homeostasis.

Main contacts

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Ion Cristian Cirstea

Team Leader of Ulm University

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Melanie Engler

PhD Student

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Moses Munene Ireri

PhD student