Otto Warburg Laboratory

Otto Warburg Laboratory

The independent research groups at the MPIMG

The “Otto Warburg Laboratory” of the MPIMG is the organisational roof for independent research groups, which are not integrated into departments. The groups receive their budgets from various sources (MPG, BMBF, DFG, AvH-Foundation and others) and may obtain additional finances through grants. The group leaders have full responsibility for their research and publications and manage their budgets independently. Their appointment to the MPIMG usually is temporary. The “Otto Warburg Laboratory” was named in honour of the biochemist and Nobel laureate for Medicine in 1931, Otto Heinrich Warburg (1883-1970).
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Lise Meitner Research Group Systems Epigenetics [more]
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