Organisationseinheiten / Service Units

#1 Nachwuchsförderung an der Fakultät VI

Hauptautor*innen: Nina Löchte
Co-Autor*innen: Team Nachwuchsförderun

Abstract:

Vorstellung der unterschiedlichen Nachwuchsförderprogramme, des OLTECH-Promotionsprogramms "Medicine and Health Sciences" sowie allgemein der OLTECH-Angebote

#2 Graduate School Science, Medicine and Technology (OLTECH) at University of Oldenburg

Hauptautor*innen: Esser. F., Steinseifer-Jeske. Ch.

Co-Autor*innen:

Abstract:
Since 2009, the Graduate School Science, Medicine and Technology (OLTECH) offers doctoral candidates the opportunity for subject-specific and interdisciplinary qualification to strengthen important key competences alongside their doctorate. The core of the programme is an independent doctoral research project in one of the participating research groups. In addition, the young researchers are trained to develop interdisciplinary competences in preparation for a career in science or in enterprises.

#3 Vorstellung des Forschungszentrums Neurosensorik

Hauptautor*innen: Dr. Nina Gaßmann

Co-Autor*innen:

Abstract:

Die Vorstellung des Forschungszentrums Neurosensorik beinhaltet seine Struktur und Mitglieder sowie wichtigste Forschungsgebiete und Projekte der Nachwuchsförderung.

#4 Core Facility – Cell Sorting

Hauptautor*innen: Anna Langner

Co-Autor*innen: Prof. Ulrike Raap

Abstract:Introduction:

Flow cytometry (FACS) is an important analytical technique for accurately phenotyping cells for numerous diagnostic and scientific objectives. Complex applications and developments in flow cytometry have made both FACS analysis and FACS-based cell sorting a challenging task. High-end instruments and adequate software enable handling even complex tasks

Equipment:

Thanks to the successful submission of a major research instruments grant by Professor Ulrike Raap (Clinic Director University Clinics of Dermatology and Allergy, Research Division "Experimental Allergology and Immunodermatology") to the German Research Foundation (DFG) in 2019, it was possible to establish the “Core Facility - Cell Sorting” at the university of Oldenburg, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. Within the framework of this DFG research instruments grant, the Core Facility was able to acquire the cell sorter MACSQuant Tyto. Its special feature is to carefully sort cells under sterile conditions, protected from contamination, while using low working pressures.

User group:

Internal scientists of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of the University of Oldenburg, as well as external scientists and users have access to this device for a user fee. For technical support and scientific questions, please contact the core facility manager, Dr. Anna Langner.

 

#5 Core Facility – Fluorescence microscopy service unit

Hauptautor*innen: Petra Bolte

Co-Autor*innen: Vita Solovyeva

Abstract:

The Core Facility Fluorescence Microscopy is a cooperation of Faculty V and Faculty VI that gives phd students and other employees of FakV and VI access to state-of-the-art microscopy equipment. Users receive training and support needed for the broad spectrum of light microscopy used to image samples ranging from single molecules to cells and tissues. We also provide access to image analysis software and assist users with image data analysis and microscopy training. Here we show you which different microscopes and imaging workstations are available, what exactly you can do with them, and we discuss which of the devices you might find useful for your research projects.

#6 Electron microscopy service unit

Hauptautor*innen: Vital Solovyeva

Co-Autor*innen: Erhard Rhiel, Sascha Schäfer

Abstract:

Electron microscopy is a versatile tool to visualize the fascinating structures of a wide range of nanoscale systems from biological organisms to proteins and solid-state nanostructures. Different from light microscopy, atomic resolution is directly achievable in electron microscopy, due to the picometer-scale wavelength of high-energy electrons. Electron microscopy is thus an important building block in modern research and makes it possible to gain a microscopic understanding of physical, chemical and biological processes.

#7 Klinische Studien: Dienstleistungen kompetent und vernetzt

Hauptautor*innen: Koordinierungszentrum für Klinische Studien (KKS)

Co-Autor*innen: Andreas Molitor, Dorke Wilmskötter

Abstract:

Das 2021 gegründete Koordinierungszentrum für Klinische Studien (KKS) ist eine Serviceeinrichtung der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, angesiedelt an der Geschäftsstelle der Fakultät VI - Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften.
Das KKS hat die Aufgabe, Ärzt*innen und Wissenschaftler*innen der Universität, Kooperationskrankenhäuser und An-Institute bei der Planung, Organisation und Durchführung wissenschaftsinitiierter klinischer Studien zu unterstützen.
Mit Maßnahmen der Qualitätssicherung werden Studien mit Sponsorschaft durch die Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg vom KKS kontrolliert und die Durchführung dieser Studien gemäß der internationalen Leitlinie ICHGCP, den europäischen Verordnungen und nationalen Gesetzen vom KKS überwacht.
Das Leistungsspektrum umfasst Beratungstätigkeiten, Projektmanagement, Datenmanagement, Qualitätsmanagement sowie ein Fortbildungsangebot zu ICH-GCP.

#8 Network University Medicine (NUM) - To pandemic and beyond

Hauptautor*innen: Janina Lange

Co-Autor*innen: Johannes Voßkuhl

Abstract:

The Network University Medicine (NUM) was established in March 2020 to coordinate COVID-19 research and research data collection in Germany.
The NUM focuses on clinical and health care research and develops guidelines and recommendations to improve patient care and to distribute Best Practice methods. To reach these goals, the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) provides up to 400 Mio. € for research and infrastructure projects during two funding periods (03/20-12/24). With the participation of 36 German University Medicine locations, these projects are set out to build a national and sustainable medical research infrastructure that benefits COVID-19 research and research topics beyond.

#10 Research Data Management Services

Hauptautor*innen: Volker Thiemann

Co-Autor*innen: Team Forschungsdatenmanagement

Abstract:

The Research Data Management Services are a facility of the Dean's Office of the Faculty VI - Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften. We offer consultation and IT-Services for researchers within the faculty.
The most important goals of the data management services are the setup of data integration infrastructures and the establishment of technical and organisational measures for research data management. Our services include technical and methodological support with an emphasis on the phase of data acquisition and data curation. We consider the whole research data lifecycle in order to foster networking and the quality of the research.

(Stand: 01.06.2022)