The program provides a unique opportunity for young medical doc- tors to combine their clinical training with protected time for research. This structured career path fosters translation of scientific discoveries into application and strengthens the innovative capacity of academic medicine.
Participants of the CSP devote 50 percent of their working hours to research over a period of three years.
Dr. Keshi will work on "NeoPancreasPrint, a 3D printed islet hosting tissue based on biocompatible ink derived from human decellularized pancreas".
Dr. Moosburner applied with this project "Alleviation of Senescence induced Ischemia-Reperfusion in Liver Grafts of Elderly Donors [SenEx".