Research groups at Clinical Medicine
Research groups are the backbone of medical research. They do research better, more focused and enjoyable.
At the Department of Clinical Medicine we have the basis for much medical research, namely good patient materials. Collaboration in clinical medicine should be flexible and opportunistic. Research groups are formed by making contacts locally, nationally and internationally and actively seeking opportunities and collaboration. Solid clusters ensure research expertise and impact over time. The best research groups combine stability and flexibility.
K1 is divided into 10 sections. Research teams collaborate independent of the boundaries of sections, department and institutions. Well-defined research groups promote research, strengthen application impact possibilities and recruitment ability. Such groups also encourage all participants to become even more productive.
Work in progress
Research groups at the K1 will be highlighted here at our website. As this is a new department, new web sites are currently established for the groups.