A strong team
Well-known founders, convinced investors and research-strong employees: Together we are advanceCOR GmbH.
advanceCOR exists since June 2012 and emerged from Corimmun GmbH, which was sold to Janssen Cilag GmbH/Johnson & Johnson. The founding team includes well-known scientists, who still actively shape the course of advanceCOR today.
- Prof. Dr. Götz Münch, internist and cardiologist, managing director of advanceCOR GmbH.
- Prof. Dr. Martin Ungerer, internist and cardiologist, head of the medical division of ISAR Bioscience GmbH, member of the Translational Research Group of the German Centre for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK).
- Prof. Dr. Meinrad Gawaz, Medical Director, Medical Clinic III, Department of Cardiology, University Hospital Tübingen.
- Prof. Dr. Martin Lohse, Pharmacologist, University of Würzburg, Chairman of ISAR Bioscience GmbH and President of the German Society of Natural Scientists and Physicians (GDNÄ).
We are a small company with twenty competent, committed employees. Our scientists come from the fields of medicine, pharmacy, biology and chemistry and have a lot of experience in the biotech industry. We are convinced of our pipeline and do everything we can to bring it from research to the bedside.
Prof. Dr. Götz Münch
Internist and cardiologist
Götz Münch is co-founder and managing director of advanceCOR GmbH, Martinsried, a biotech company that develops personalised cardiovascular drugs. Previously, he was co-founder and managing director of Corimmun GmbH, which was sold to Johnson & Johnson in 2012. Prior to that, he founded and managed ProCorde GmbH – from its successful merger with the British biotech company Trigen until his retirement in 2006. After completing his doctorate under Professor Klaus Starke at the Pharmacological Institute of the University of Freiburg and at University College London under Professor Geoffrey Burnstock in 1992, Götz Münch habilitated in pharmacology at the University of Würzburg in 2004. Since 2012 he has been an associate professor at the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg. Münch is a specialist in internal medicine and cardiology and a lecturer in biomedicine at the University of Würzburg, where he has taught physiology/pathophysiology since 2001.