Prof Markus Rehm is Director of the Institute of Cell Biology and Immunology within the faculty of Energy-, Process- and Biotechnology of the University of Stuttgart, one of the leading technical universities in Germany.

Prof Rehm also holds a visiting professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, where he previously was appointed as a research lecturer in the Department of Physiology and Medical Physics and where he served as member of the Executive Council of the RCSI Centre for Systems Medicine.
His research team in Cell Biology and Experimental Systems Biology covers expertise in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Molecular Imaging, and Computational Modelling. His group develops and utilizes innovative experimental and mathematical approaches to monitor key processes controlling cell suicide and proliferation signaling. In combination with complex systems analyses this strategy provides functional insight into the intricate control of cell fate decisions between death and survival.
Specialties: Cell Biology, Biophotonics and Imaging, Systems Biology, Systems Medicine, Cell Death and Survival Signalling.

Prof Rehm is the Coordinator of the MEL-PLEX Programme.

MEL-PLEX Projects 1, 4 and 10

Centre for Systems Medicine

Physiology & Medical Physics,

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