The Department for BioMedical Research (DBMR) aims to foster bottom-up initiatives originating from individual DBMR research groups to work together or with groups outside of the DBMR. Research groups are invited to create Research Clusters for which the DBMR will give visibility and logistical support.
Cluster for Regenerative Neuroscience
Cluster "Signal Transduction in Disease"
Cluster for Lung Development, Regeneration and Respiratory Diseases
The history of lung research in Bern dates back to the early 1960’s beginning with the pioneering work of Ewald Weibel, a prominent Swiss lung morphologist and biomedical researcher. Weibel’s seminal work elucidating the relationship between lung microstructure and function built the foundation for an expanded network of research groups presently at the University of Bern dedicated to respiratory research.