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Projekt   Förderung 
European Grant, ETZ Bayern-Czech 2014-2020 (INTERREG V)

MATEGRA: Advanced porous biomaterials functionalized with stem cells for augmented osteointegration of implants

PI: Prof. Docheva, Co-applicants: Prof. Nerlich, Prof. Angele and Dr. Loher, Researchers: pending
 
European Fond for Regional Development (EFRE) 
BayWISS scholarship

Laser-induced transfer of human mesenchymal cells using near infrared femtosecond laser pulses for the precise configuration of cell nichoids

PI: Prof. Docheva, Co-applicants: Prof. Huber and Prof. Clausen-Schaumann (University of Applied Sciences, Munich), Researcher: Jun Zhang, M.Sc.
 
BayWISS Health Program 
DFG Congress Grant

25th Annual and Anniversary Meeting of the European Orthopaedic Research Society

PI: Prof. Docheva
 
DFG 
ExCarBon DFG Forschungruppe
SP7:

Preconditioning of mesenchymal stem cells with mechanobiological load and hypoxia for joint regeneration in moderate osteoarthritis

PI: Prof. Angele Researcher: Dr. Girish Pattappa
 
DFG 
DFG Einzelantrag

Examining the role of tenomodulin in the process of tendon healing using a tenomodulin knock-out mouse model

PI: Prof. Docheva Researcher: Manuel Delgado-Caceres
 
DFG 
Chinese scholarship

To investigate a gel carrier combined with tendon stem/progenitor cells (TSPCs) for tendon tissue engineering

PI: Prof. Docheva Researcher: Heyong Yin
 
China Scholarship Council (CSC) 
Chinese scholarship

Generation of three-dimensional tendon cell sheets and in vivo testing in clinically relevant injury model

PI: Prof. Docheva Researcher: Zexing Yan
 
Jining Medical College affiliated Hospital 
 

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