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Professor Dr. Sven N. Reske
Director of the Nuclear Medicine Clinic, University of Ulm

Overall research programme:
The research focus is the development of PET- and PET/CT-based molecular imaging techniques and targeted internal radiotherapy. Our molecular imaging approaches include development of small molecules as radioligands for intracellular protein targeting, radiolabelled substrates for measuring substrate flux through major metabolic pathways upregulated in malignant tumours and monoclonal antibodies or peptides for addressing cell membrane bound epitopes in malignant tumours or relevant target tissues. Basic research is focussed on the analysis of apoptotic signalling, DNA damage and repair induced by radioisotopic irradiation or radiochemotherapy in order to work out rational approaches for efficient eradication of tumours.

Role in the Integrated Project:

Major scientific contributor to WP 6 responsible for PET-based molecular imaging approaches, both in transgenic mouse models for validation purposes and in humans.

Group members:
  • Dr. Claudia Friesen
  • PD Dr. Gerhard Glatting
  • Bettina Mahren
  • Dr. Boris Zlatopolskiy

Robert-Koch-Straße, 89081 Ulm
Telefon ++49 (0)731 500 61300 / 61301
Telefax: ++49 (0)731 500 61302
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Homepage: www.uni-ulm.de/klinik/radklinik/rad3

Name: Sven Norbert Reske
Birth: 13.09.47
Birthplace: Hildesheim/Niedersachsen, Germany


1966 - 1972
Study of Medicine University of Freiburg, Kiel, Heidelberg/Germany
1976 - 1980
Assistant Lecture, Dept. of Nuclear Medicine, University of Düsseldorf and Nuclear Research Jülich, Germany (Prof. Dr. L.E. Feinendegen)
1981 - 1986
Senior physician, Dept. of Clinical and Experimental Nuclear Medicine, University of Bonn, Germany (Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. C. Winkler)
1986 - 1990
Assistant professor, RWTH Aachen, Germany (Prof. Dr. med. U. Büll)
1990 - 1992
Director of the Department of Nuclear Medicine, Community Hospital Wuppertal
since 01.02.1992
Full professor and director, Nuclear Medicine Clinic, University of Ulm

Board certifications/diplomas:
Nuclear Medicine (1980), Radiation Protection (1980)

Membership in Associations/Boards:
  • Chairman, Board for PET, German Society of Nuclear Medicine (DGN)
  • Chairman Board for Multicenter Studies, German Society of Nuclear Medicine
  • Board of Directors, Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Medical Faculty, University of Ulm, Germany
  • Board of Directors, International Council, Institute of Clinical PET, Fairfax, USA
  • Chief secretary and organizer Annual Meeting of the German Society of Nuclear Medicine (DGN) Ulm
  • Chairman, PET Committee of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM)
  • Chief secretary and speaker Clinical Research Group KFO 120, German Research Foundation (DFG)

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The work of our group focuses on the pathology, classification, pathogenesis and molecular biology of the pancreatic exocrine and endocrine tumors. Using all the modern techniques of pathology including microdissection and molecular genetics we contributed to the development of a progression model for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.

Role in the integrated project:
As partner P13 we will participate in WP1, WP2 and WP6 as reference pathology for precursor lesions and pancreatic carcinomas in humans and mice, providing a tumor bank, microdissection unit, tissue array manufacturing and immunohistochemical validation systems.

Group members:
  • Prof. Dr. Günter Klöppel (Key person P13)
  • PD Dr. Bence Sipos
  • Sunna Frank
  • Dr. Ibrahim Alkatout
  • Sabine Burkert
  • Saskia Bilon

Department of Pathology
University of Kiel
Michaelisstr. 11
24105 Kiel
Telefon: 0431 597 3400
Telefax: 0431 597 3462
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Name: Günter Klöppel
Birth: 22.04.1943
Birth place: Darmstadt, Germany


University of Hamburg, Medical School
University of Hamburg, Institute of Pathology
Exp. Pathology
University of Hamburg, Institute of Pathology

Professional Experience

1970 - 75
Resident, Institute of Pathology, University of Hamburg, Germany
1975 - 81
Docent, Institute of Pathology, University of Hamburg, Germany
1981 - 87
Associate Professor, Institute of Pathology, University of Hamburg, Germany
1987 - 95
Professor of Pathology and Director of Departments of Pathology and Experimental Pathology, Academic Hospital Jette and Free University of Brussels (VUB)
1995 -
Professor of Pathology and Director of Department of Pathology, University of Kiel, Germany

Honors and Awards:
  • Martini Award, University of Hamburg, 1973 and 1981
  • Voss Award, Werner Otto Foundation, Hamburg, 1982
  • Ferdinand Bertram Award, German Diabetes Association, 1983
  • Konjetzny Award, Hamburg Cancer Society, 1983
  • Nizze Award, German Association of Urology, 1986
  • Bard Urology Award, 1987
  • Award of the Hoechst Foundation, 1987
  • Honorary Member of the ‘Societe Royale Belge de Gastro-enterologie’ 1995
  • Honorary Member of the Spanish Society of Pathology 1999
  • Member of the ”Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina” 1999

Advisory Committees:

  • President of the European Society of Pathology (1997-1999)
  • Secretary to the German Society of Pathology (1992-1998)
  • President of the German Society of Pathology (2001 – 2002)
  • President of the Endocrine Pathology Society (1998-1999)
  • Vice President for Europe, International Academy of Pathology (2002-2008)
  • Chairman of the Advisory Board, European Society of Pathology (2003-   )
  • Managing Editor of Virchows Archiv (since 1993)
  • Editorial Board Member: Journal of Pathology, Pancreas, Endocrine Pathology, Ultrastructural Pathology, Histopathology, Pathologica, Pancreatology, American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Modern Pathology, Human Pathology
  • Member of the UICC TNM Expert Advisory Panel on Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer (2001-2007)
  • Reviewer to Research Councils of  Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy and United Kingdom
  • Scientific committees: Chairman; WHO Histological Classification of Pancreatic Exocrine Tumours 1996; Editor WHO Histological Classification of Endocrine Tumours 1997-1999; WHO Classification, Tumours of the Digestive System 2000; WHO Classification, Tumours of Endocrine Organs 2004

Current Membership of Societies:
German Society of Pathology, German Diabetes Society, European Association for the Study of Diabetes, European Society of Pathology, European Pancreatic Club, Society of Histochemistry, American Pancreatic Association, International Academy of Pathology, Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, International Association of Pancreatology

Bibliography (27 November 2006):
Original articles: 379; Reviews: 140; Contributions to Books: 102; Edited Books: 6


Philipps-Universität Marburg
35043 Marburg

Prof. Dr. Thomas Mathias Gress
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