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Resolve Chronic Inflammation and Achieve Healthy Ageing by Understanding Non-regenerative Repair


Lars Peter Kamolz

Assoc. Professor Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


  • Burns
  • Wound Healing
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Nerve and Muscle Regeneration

Work Contribution within RESOLVE

The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery focusses on skin repair in animal experiments (WP 1) and on clinical research (WP 2), in order to provide data on individuals with different age, distinct physiological and pathophysiological conditions after surgical skin repair with varying genetic and disease backgrounds.

Our main project tasks are as follows on:
- primary wound healing in normal mice after surgery (WP 1.1)
- primary and secondary wound healing in human: secondary skin wound healing in non-diabetic individuals, chronic hypertrophic scarring (WP 2.1)
- chronic wound healing in atherosclerotic tissue due to Diabetes mellitus type 2 (WP 2.4)

Besides constant consulting, reviewing and improving of the work and research progress of the whole RESOLVE project, we will provide active support in the execution of studies on secondary skin wound healing in diabetic mice (WP 1.5) and on studies concerning keloid formation in Black African patients (WP 2.2).

Working Group

Prof. Dr. Manfred Frey M.D. Head: Division of Plastic and Reconstr. Surgery
Dr. Hugo B. Kitzinger M.D.
Dr. David B. Lumenta M.D.


Medizinische Universität Wien
Department of Surgery
Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Währinger Gürtel 18-20

1090 Vienna, Austria

Phone +43
1 40400 6986
Fax +43 1 40400 6988