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Agronomy / Food Science - Health - 06.10.2023
'The key starting point is animal health'
’The key starting point is animal health’
Minimizing the use of antibiotics without compromising animal welfare: Julia Steinhoff-Wagner, Professor of Animal Nutrition and Metabolism at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), is working on a new research project to ascertain how this can be achieved in the field of poultry farming.

Health - Architecture - 02.10.2023
'Architecture can reduce stress'
’Architecture can reduce stress’

Health - 28.09.2023
Physics of Cancer: Experts to discuss the different stages of cancer progression
Physics of Cancer: Experts to discuss the different stages of cancer progression

Health - Pharmacology - 26.09.2023
New study supports remission as a therapeutic goal in prediabetes
New study supports remission as a therapeutic goal in prediabetes
People with type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of kidney disease, heart attack or stroke and are exposed to higher mortality.

Health - Campus - 26.09.2023
Change of Dean at the Medical Faculty Heidelberg
Change of Dean at the Medical Faculty Heidelberg

Health - Environment - 25.09.2023
German Ministry of Education & Research provides almost 1.6 million euros for the 'One Health Platform' at Münster site
German Ministry of Education & Research provides almost 1.6 million euros for the ’One Health Platform’ at Münster site

Life Sciences - Health - 22.09.2023
DGHM Main Prize for Cynthia Sharma
DGHM Main Prize for Cynthia Sharma

Health - Psychology - 21.09.2023
Exercise Therapy to Treat Depression - Program of a University of Potsdam Study to Be Recommended for Statutory Health Insurance Coverage for the First Time
Exercise Therapy to Treat Depression - Program of a University of Potsdam Study to Be Recommended for Statutory Health Insurance Coverage for the First Time
There will be a new treatment option for people suffering from mild to moderate depression in the future.

Health - Life Sciences - 14.09.2023
World’s Largest Science Prize for Tübingen Parkinson’s Researcher

Health - Pharmacology - 14.09.2023
Cold plasma makes wounds heal faster
Cold plasma makes wounds heal faster
The gold standard for the treatment of chronic wounds is thus obsolete . Once the leg is open, patients often begin a long journey of suffering.

Health - Psychology - 13.09.2023
Psychiatric advance directives have more advantages than disadvantages
Psychiatric advance directives have more advantages than disadvantages
Psychiatric advance directives do, of course, carry risks; but these risks can be minimized. Researchers describe the relevant options in a series of high-profile publications. While advance directives are quite common for patients with physical impairments, advance directives for people with mental impairments are controversial.

Life Sciences - Health - 12.09.2023
How bacteria defend against viruses
How bacteria defend against viruses

Health - Life Sciences - 07.09.2023
On the trail of immune cells
On the trail of immune cells

Health - Life Sciences - 05.09.2023
Valuable Funding from ERC for Heidelberg Early-Career Researcher

Health - Life Sciences - 05.09.2023
New impulses for immune research
New impulses for immune research
Anna Lippert is the new junior professor for systems immunology at the University of Würzburg. With her research, she wants to create the basis for a more targeted treatment of cancer and immune diseases.

Health - Life Sciences - 05.09.2023
On the trail of the secrets of immune cells
On the trail of the secrets of immune cells
Anna Lippert is the new junior professor for systems immunology at the University of Würzburg. With her research, she wants to create the basis for a more targeted treatment of cancer and immune diseases.

Health - History / Archeology - 01.09.2023
Funding for New Emphasis in Research on Global History of Disease

Health - Pharmacology - 28.08.2023
High mortality in cardiogenic shock despite extracorporeal life support (ECLS)
High mortality in cardiogenic shock despite extracorporeal life support (ECLS)
The use of active mechanical circulatory support is growing rapidly around the world. The hope is that these systems will improve survival after the most severe form of acute heart failure, cardiogenic shock.

Health - Pharmacology - 25.08.2023
How the Immune System Keeps Gut Bacteria under Control
How the Immune System Keeps Gut Bacteria under Control

Health - History / Archeology - 17.08.2023
World Humanitarian Day on 19 August: How political is humanitarian aid?
World Humanitarian Day on 19 August: How political is humanitarian aid?

Health - 17.08.2023
Good Scores for the Else Kröner Center Würzburg-Mwanza
Good Scores for the Else Kröner Center Würzburg-Mwanza

Research Management - Health - 16.08.2023
Shanghai Ranking: Heidelberg is Best University in Germany

Health - Pharmacology - 08.08.2023
How do people really feel about electronic health records?
How do people really feel about electronic health records?
Many people with statutory health insurance don't understand the digital infrastructure behind electronic health records. One issue in particular raises concerns. In Germany, patients with statutory health insurance have had the option of using an electronic health record since January 2021. However, not many people have been taking advantage of it so far.

Health - Innovation - 07.08.2023
TWINSIGHT Enters the Second Round
TWINSIGHT Enters the Second Round
Making researching doctors familiar with the latest technologies in immunology: This is what happens in the TWINSIGHT college.

Health - Pharmacology - 31.07.2023
Interdisciplinary teamwork reduces complications in bone fractures
University physicians planning to develop a digital experts- forum with the EXPERT project An injury in a car accident, a twisted ankle while out jogging, a fall at home: bone fractures can occur very quickly.

Health - 27.07.2023
Antje Körner takes over as head of the Metabolism Division at HI-MAG
Antje Körner takes over as head of the Metabolism Division at HI-MAG
News from Professor Antje Körner started as head of the Metabolism Division at the Helmholtz Institute for Metabolic, Obesity and Vascular Research (HI-MAG) on 1 July 2023. This followed a joint appointment as Professor of Metabolic Research at Leipzig University's Faculty of Medicine and the Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Centre for Environmental Health.

Health - Innovation - 19.07.2023
Munich university medical departments join forces - TUM
Munich university medical departments join forces - TUM

Health - Life Sciences - 19.07.2023
Laying the foundation stone of the TUM Center for Infection Prevention in Weihenstephan - TUM
Laying the foundation stone of the TUM Center for Infection Prevention in Weihenstephan - TUM

Health - 17.07.2023
Stroke: Study Examines Risk of Recurrence
Stroke: Study Examines Risk of Recurrence
In a large-scale study, research teams from the University of Würzburg and the Ludwigshafen Municipal Hospital have investigated whether risk of stroke recurrences can be reduced by a structured outpatient follow-up care program. The risk of stroke recurrence is substantial: about 70,000 people are suffering from a recurrent stroke in Germany every year, often with serious consequences for those affected.

Health - Innovation - 17.07.2023
4D printing for nerve stimulation
4D printing for nerve stimulation
Specific nerves may be stimulated artificially, for example to treat pain. The finer the nerves, the more difficult it is to attach the required electrodes.

Health - Campus - 14.07.2023
Skillslab for midwifery students has officially opened at the University of Freiburg

Health - 12.07.2023
Early detection in babies: Stool colour chart becomes part of the 'Yellow Book'
Early detection in babies: Stool colour chart becomes part of the ’Yellow Book’
A joint project of MHH and TK Niedersachsen is being implemented nationwide. Biliary atresia is a rare condition, but it can have serious consequences even in the first weeks of a child's life.

Health - 12.07.2023
Physician investigates importance of dentists in recognising domestic violence
Physician investigates importance of dentists in recognising domestic violence
Dissertation shows that Germany has a lot to catch up on The statistics are alarming: according to the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) there were more than 143,000 victims of domestic violence last year. Over the past five years, the number of victims has risen by a total of 3.4 percent.

Health - Architecture - 11.07.2023
New building for infection research

Health - Architecture - 10.07.2023
New exhibition: Building to heal - TUM
New exhibition: Building to heal - TUM

Health - 07.07.2023
Bavarian Order of Merit for TUM members
Bavarian Order of Merit for TUM members

Health - Life Sciences - 06.07.2023
Foreign immune cells help critically ill patients against brain inflammation
Foreign immune cells help critically ill patients against brain inflammation
A clinical trial under MHH leadership is testing a new therapy with immune cells against the JC virus.

Psychology - Health - 05.07.2023
EUR 4.5 Million for Research Unit on Learning Processes and Psychological Health
EUR 4.5 Million for Research Unit on Learning Processes and Psychological Health
The world is changing quickly and we need to keep learning in order to adapt to new conditions. A new research group headed by Tania Lincoln is looking at how these learning processes can fail and what the consequences are for our psychological health.

Health - Innovation - 05.07.2023
First-Ever 'Modelling for Life and Health' Transdisciplinary Research Prize Awarded
First-Ever ’Modelling for Life and Health’ Transdisciplinary Research Prize Awarded

Pharmacology - Health - 04.07.2023
Milestone in the treatment of anaemia in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
International Clinical Trial Shows Alternative to Standard Treatment of Myelodysplastic Neoplasms In people with myelodysplastic neoplasms (MDS), a usually benign form of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, the body produces too few functional blood cells.

Pharmacology - Health - 04.07.2023
Milestone in the treatment of anaemia in myelodysplastic neoplasms (MDS)
Milestone in the treatment of anaemia in myelodysplastic neoplasms (MDS)
In patients suffering from myelodysplastic neoplasms (MDS), a group of often mildly progressing bone marrow disorders, the body does not produce enough functional blood cells.

Event - Health - 30.06.2023
Heidelberg Cancer Researcher Awarded Hella Bühler Prize

Social Sciences - Health - 30.06.2023
Healthy community - healthy growing up
Healthy community - healthy growing up
What framework conditions do children and young people need for good psychosocial development? This is what the MHH and the University of Hildesheim want to find out in a study.

Health - Life Sciences - 29.06.2023
The virus as the ally of humanity
The virus as the ally of humanity

Health - 27.06.2023
Post-COVID: MHH sets up virtual rehabilitation clinic
Post-COVID: MHH sets up virtual rehabilitation clinic

Campus - Health - 23.06.2023
Senate of Universität Heidelberg Decides to Found a Combined Medical Faculty

Health - Research Management - 21.06.2023
Yongguo Li Secures ERC Starting Grant
Yongguo Li Secures ERC Starting Grant

Environment - Health - 20.06.2023
Universität Hamburg and Kyoto University Extend Strategic Partnership
Universität Hamburg and Kyoto University Extend Strategic Partnership

Health - Pharmacology - 20.06.2023
Top research in the fight against cancer
Top research in the fight against cancer

Health - Agronomy / Food Science - 19.06.2023
Do oyster mushrooms increase the feeling of satiety?
Do oyster mushrooms increase the feeling of satiety?