The research areas at the Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry include the basic research topics immunology and oncology as well as the development of novel diagnostic methods.

Main research topics

  • Molecular mechanisms and effects of infammasome activation (Groß lab)
  • Application of biosensor techniques to detect the interaction of steroids with steroid-binding proteins and to improve the diagnostics of autoimmune diseases (Luppa lab)
  • Molecular mechanisms of immune cell activation and tumorigenesis (Ruland lab)
  • Individualisation of drug therapy by pharmacogenetics and therapeutic drug monitoring (Steimer lab)