Molecular cell signaling

How do cells communicate with each other, and how can we interfere with their communication to cure common diseases?

Every cell in our body constantly makes decisions based on exchange of information with its surroundings. For example, cells next to a wound will actively repair the tissue and then return to a resting state. Bad decisions, on the other hand, are the cause of many common diseases, such as auto-immune disorders.

My group seeks to understand the molecular foundations of the complex signaling networks within cells, with the goal to find new treatment options for chronic inflammatory diseases.

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