We are concerned with the pre-processing, management and analysis of molecular-genetic data in LIFE-Heart, -Adult and -Child. We are especially interested in metabolic and vascular phenotypes.
CAPSyS is a consortium with the aim to investigate and better understand the course of pneumonia from infection to resolution. Prof. Scholz is head of subproject 1 "Integrative Genetic Analysis and Biomathematical Modelling of Systemic Inflammation". In addition, our group is involved in work packages on data integration and visualization and supports project management.
In this project, we aim at transfering results of biomathematical model simulations into clinical practice. Major fields of applications are haematopoietic growth-factor opimization during cytotoxic chemotherapy and optimization of EPO applications in chronic kidney disease.
Our group is concerned with planning, management, data banking and data analysis of the PROGRESS consortium.
Our group supports planning, remote data entry, data banking, and data analysis of the Ribolution consortium.
Our group performs systems-biological modelling regarding dynamics of haematopoiesis and tumour growth in mice and humans in the framework of HaematoSys.