Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
The Charité, founded in 1710, is with 3700 doctors and scientists, 1310 employees in four campuses with almost 100 clinics and institutes bundled under 17 Centers one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. The Berlin-Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT) is the flagship institute for stem cell research at Charité.
Key staff involved in EBiSC
Dr. Andreas Kurtz (group leader) – A stem cell biologist with a broad range of experience in cell-focused databases, ethics, translational medicine and teaching, Andreas is participating in and co-ordinating several related projects. He is head of the Laboratory for Stem Cell Research and Knowledge Management at BCRT and holds a faculty position at Seoul National University.
Robert Müller (Programmer) – Robert obtained his Diploma in Computer Science from Humboldt University in 2013. He worked as a programmer at the Fraunhofer IPK before joining the EBiSC team at the BCRT in April 2014.
Johannes Dewender (Developer and administrator) – Johannes is a Linux and open-source software specialist that has participated in over 40 free software projects and the MusicBrainz community. He obtained his diploma in informatics from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2015 and joined the EBiSC team at the BCRT in January 2016.
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