Generic subjects

Project No. FF-FP0403 lidA III – Impact of the changing working life on health and employment among older workers in Germany

Project No. FF-FP0409 Exposure Assessment of nano-scale fibrous materials in the workplace based on a new measurement and evaluation process

Project No. FF-FP0428 Compilation of methods for identifying new forms of work compression and their consequences as well as preventive measures

Project No. FF-FP0431A MouldAntigenDetect – validation of fungi specific ELISA – correlation with cell count (microscopy, qPCR) and colony forming units (CFU) under controlled, reproducible conditions

Project No. FF-FP0431B AntigenSampling – validation of the GSP and AS100 sampling system for the detection of antigens in work places

Project No. FF-FP0436 Feasibility study to derive occupational exposure limits (OELs) for metalworking fluids (MWF) based on toxicological criteria and on criteria from occupational medicine: data documentation and quality assessment

Project No. FF-FP0445 Update of the literature review "Optimal lighting for shift work"

Project No. FF-FP0451 In vitro testing of the skin sensitizing potency of ingredients from epoxy resin systems with focus on the testing of so-called prepolymers

Project No. FF-FR0269 Further development and validation of the Hamburger Prognosescores HandAF und HandDAU: Prediction of return to work and time off work in patients with hand injuries in the rehabilitation management provided by the German Social Accident Insurance

Project No. FF-FR0276 Differentiation of aseptic and septic nonunion using molecular biological, histopathological and laboratory criteria

Project No. FF-FR0283Thermodilution for hemodynamic monitoring after acute spinal cord injury

Project No. IAG2730001003-02 CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility


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Project No. FF-FR0268 Evaluation of an ICF-based rehabilitation-concept thermal injuries

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