Dr. Rehm's develops and utilizes innovative experimental and computational approaches to monitor key processes controlling cell suicide and proliferation signaling. In combination with complex systems analyses his research provides functional insight into the intricate control of cell fate decisions between death and survival. Markus Rehm has been an invited speaker at more than 25 scientific conferences and workshops and contributes regularly to training initiatives in newly emerging applications in biophotonics, systems biology and systems medicine. Markus Rehm received his MSc/German University Diploma degree (1.0) from the Faculty of Biology and Chemistry at the University of Osnabrueck in Germany in 2000. He subsequently conducted his PhD studies in human Cell Biology and Biophysics at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Clinical Research (IZKF), Faculty of Medicine, Westphalian Wilhelms-University Munster, Germany and at the Centre for Experimental Neurosurgery, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Clinics, Frankfurt, Germany (2000-2003) and graduated with "summa cum laude". Since 2005, he leads an independent research group at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), and is Executive Council member of the RCSI Centre for Systems Medicine.
Biography Updated on 12 February 2015