Rudolf Virchow Center for Experimental Biomedicine
The Rudolf Virchow Center (RVZ) for Integrative and Translational Imaging is an interdisciplinary research center that focuses on the visualization of elementary life processes from the sub-nano to the macro scale. As a central institution of the University of Würzburg, the center is currently home to twelve research groups with a translational research focus and around 100 scientists investigating the molecular causes of health and disease. More details
Why is the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus able to spread so efficiently? Various hypotheses are still circulating in the scientific community. A group of researchers from Würzburg has now found groundbreaking answers.
This specific Index looks at the current state of biomedical science around the world and what its renaissance might mean for patients. In this context, the Rudolf Virchow Center was selected to write an article about ongoing research at our center.
All research groups of the Rudolf Virchow Center are working on target proteins. Here you can find an overview of each group.
Join us! The Rudolf Virchow Center is always looking for new employees to advance the research in our center.
RVZ School Lab
The Public Science Center of the Rudolf Virchow Center offers various programs for school kids - from grammar to secondary school.
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