Institute of Clinical Physiology

> FU Berlin / HU Berlin
 
> Charité   Departments
  > CBF      CC13
   >
Dept. Gastroenterology
    > Inst. Clin. Physiology
     > Jörg Schulzke

 
 

  

 

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med.
Jörg-Dieter Schulzke
Head of the Institute of Clinical Physiology

 

e-mail
phone direct
phone secretary
FAX direct
FAX secretary

Orcid ID

  joerg.schulzke@charite.de
  +49 30 450-514531
  +49 30 450-514522
  +49 30 450-514925

  +49 30 450-514962

  0000-0001-9947-5521

 

Recent grants

2018 - 20220

Krug, Schulzke

Project B06 "Interplay of the impaired tight junction and the subjacent immune cells in IBD", in: DFG Transregio Collaborative Research Center (TRR 241), coordinators C. Becker (Erlangen) and B. Siegmund (Berlin) "Immune-epithelial communication in inflammatory bowel diseases"
2017 - 2022 Schulzke Coordinator
DFG Research Training Group
(GRK 2318) "Tight junctions and their proteins: molecular features and actions in health and disease (TJ-Train)"
2017 - 2022

Schulzke,
Troeger

Project C1 "Toxin effects on paracellular intestinal barrier function", in:
DFG Research Training Group (GRK 2318) "Tight junctions and their proteins: molecular features and actions in health and disease (TJ-Train)"

2017 - 2022

Fromm, Schulzke

Project A3 "Claudin- and TAMP-mediated water transport", in:
DFG Research Training Group (GRK 2318) "Tight junctions and their proteins: molecular features and actions in health and disease (TJ-Train)"

2017 - 2020 Bücker, Schulzke

Project IP8 "Strengthening the intestinal barrier in Campylobacter infection", in
BMBF Consortium "Preventing and combating Campylobacter infections: On track towards a One Health approach (PAC-CAMPY)“, Coordinator Thomas Alter, VetMed FU Berlin

2017 - 2020 Schulzke

DFG Research Grant (Schu 559/11-3) "Mechanismen epithelialer Barrierestörung bei gastrointestinalen Infektionen"

2016 Schulzke International Conference "Tight junctions and their proteins", Berlin, 08.09.16 - 10.09.16 (Schu 559/13-1)
2015 - 2019 Aebischer, Schulzke Project B3 "Giardia duodenalis – Dendritic cell interaction and intestinal barrier function", in:
DFG Research Training Group
(GRK 2046/1) Coordinator S. Hartmann: "Parasite infections: From experimental models to natural systems"
2014 Schulzke, Siegmund DFG Major Research Instrumentation (INST 335/515-1) Confocal laser-scanning microscope
2014 - 2016 Schulzke DFG Research Grant (Schu 559/11-2) "Mechanismen epithelialer Barrierestörung bei gastrointestinalen Infektionen"
2010 - 2014 Fromm, Schulzke Project B2 "Paracellular intestinal barrier - effects of probiotics and feed additives", in:
DFG Collaborative Research Center 852 (SFB 852/1), Coordinator J. Zentek: "Nutrition and intestinal microbiota - host interaction in the pig"
2006 - 2009
2010 - 2012
Schulzke

Deputy Coordinator:
DFG Research Unit 721
(FOR 721/1, -/2) Coordinator M. Fromm "Molecular structure and function of the tight junction"

2006 - 2009
2010 - 2012
Schulzke,
Zeitz

Project 2 "Tight Junction proteine in inflammatory bowel diseases", in:
DFG Research Unit 721 (FOR 721/1, -/2) "Molecular structure and function of the tight junction"

2006 - 2009
2010 - 2012
Fromm, Schulzke,
Krug

Project Z "Freeze fracture electron microscopy; general duties", in:
DFG Research Unit 721 (FOR 721/1, -/2) "Molecular structure and function of the tight junction"

2011 - 2013 Schulzke DFG Research Grant (Schu 559/11-1) "Mechanismen epithelialer Barrierestörung bei gastrointestinalen Infektionen"
2008 - 2011 Schumann, Schulzke

DFG Research Grant (Schu 2389/1-1) "Endozytotic processes in celiac disease". International cooperation with ANR: "From physiology to the pathophysiology od diet-induced diseases" Heyman (Paris). 

2007 - 2011 Zeitz, Stein, Loddenkemper, Schulzke

Project Z "Development of morphological methods for diagnosis of mucosal inflammatory reactions and for in situ detection of defined cell populations", in:
DFG Collaborative Research Center 633 (SFB 633/2) Coordinator M. Zeitz, "Induction and modulation of T cell-mediated immune reactions in the gastrointestinal tract"

2007 - 2010 Schulzke, Zeitz

DFG Research Grant (Schu 559/10-1) "Transport proteins of the GI mucosa in intestinal autoimmune disesaes"

CV

1976 - 1982 Study of Medicine, Freie Universitaet Berlin
1982 Approbation as physician
1983 Doctoral Thesis, Institute of Clinical Physiology, FU Berlin (supervision Prof. Ulrich Hegel)
1983 - 1985 DFG rsearch scholarship, Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, FU Berlin (Prof. W. Reutter)
1985 - 1994 Postdoc physician / resident (Assistenzarzt), Dept. Gastroenterology (Prof. E.O. Riecken), Universitaetsklinikum Steglitz, Freie Universitaet Berlin
1990 Medical specialist "Arzt für Innere Medizin"
1991 Habilitation, Internal Medicine, advisor Prof. E. O. Riecken
1994 Senior fellow (C2)
1994 Medical sub-specialist "Gastroenterology"
1996 Extraordinary Professor (apl. Prof.)
1997 Assistant Medical Director of Dept. Gastroenterology, UKBF der FU Berlin (Director Prof. E.O. Riecken)
1999 Professor (C3)
2001 Assistant Medical Director of Dept. Gastroenterology, Charité, Campus Benjamin Franklin (Director Prof. M. Zeitz)
2003 Medical specialist "General Medicine"
2005 - 2008 Temporary Director of Dept. General Medicine, Charité, Campus Benjamin Franklin
2007 Appointment for a Professorship of General Medicine with focus on Pathophysiology of Enteral Nutrition (W3-Stiftungsprofessur)
2008  Medical sub-specialist “Nutritional Medicine“
2008 - 2013 Director of Dept. General Medicine, Charité, Campus Benjamin Franklin
2012 Tissue barriers, Associate Editor
since 2013 Professor for Pathophysiology of Nutrition
since IV. 2014 Head of the Institute of Clinical Physiology