We are a member of the Collaborative Research Center (Sonderforschungsbereich, SFB) 1064 „Chromatin Dynamics“. This provides a unique research environment of almost 20 groups right here in Munich that all focus on chromatin topics and help each other with advice on techniques and exchange of materials.
Our group was a „Newly Established Team“ (NET) in the Network of Excellence (NoE) „The Epigenome“, which terminated after a funding period of four years in May 2009.
We were also an associated member of the next generation epigenetics NoE „EpiGeneSys“ that terminated in 2016.
Our group is a member of the „Bayrisches Forschungsnetzwerk für Molekulare Biosysteme“ (Bavarian Research Network for Molecular Biosystems) BioSysNet.
Collaborations (past and ongoing, alphabetical order)
Slobodan Barbariç (University of Zagreb)
Hendrik Dietz (Technical University of Munich)
Karl Ekwall (Karolinska Institut)
Ulrich Gerland (Technical University of Munich)
José Ibeas (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla)
Axel Imhof (Biomedical Center, LMU Munich)
Gernot Längst, at that time Adolf-Butenandt-Institute, University of Munich, Germany, now University of Regensburg, Germany
Randall H. Morse, Wadsworth Center, Albany
Randall Morse (SUNY, Albany, NY)
Felix Müller-Planitz (Biomedical Center, LMU Munich)
Craig Peterson (University of Massachusetts Medical School)
B. Franklin Pugh (Pennsylvania State University)
Tobias Straub (Biomedical Center, LMU Munich)
Jesper Svjestrup (Cancer Research UK, London)
Guo-Cheng Yuan (Harvard Medical School)