On the 14 October 2016 the Rudolf Virchow Center celebrated its 15h anniversary. More details can be found on our website in Latest News (below).
Nature Communications: Magnesium treatment for genetic coagulation disorder / New, cost-effective therapy on the horizon - More details in RVZ News (below)
RVZ researchers identified an important signaling molecule of cell communication - More in RVZ News (below)
Scientists at the Center investigate young megakaryocytes under the fluorescence microscope. They want to find out more about their role in stopping bleeding.
With our Virchow School Lab and our own degree courses we contribute to creating tomorrow's top researchers.
Our scientists want to explain molecular processes to better understand the causes of cardiovascular, cancer, or infectious diseases.
Our scientists work with the most up-to-date technologies – a basis for excellent research.
Scientists at the University of Würzburg have generated new insights into the intricate molecular underpinnings of ubiquitin signaling. Their results may provide new avenues for cancer therapy.
Bavarian Minister of Science Dr. Ludwig Spaenle announces funding from European Structural Funds - "Science and economy are working together on medical progress"
The DFG funds the new Research Training Group "Understanding Ubiquitylation: From Molecular Mechanisms to Diseases" at the University of Würzburg.