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At the HIH, as part of the Johannes Dichgans scholarship program, doctoral scholarships for students of human medicine will again be offered for the...

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Magnetic resonance imaging - also known as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - is a technique that scientists like to use to study our brains and their...

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Epilepsy comes in a variety of forms. Those affected by a genetically determined variety have severe epileptic seizures as early as the first year of...

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Dr. Isabel Gugel is the first (neuro)surgeon to be accepted into the “Margarete von Wrangell” program. The fellowship allows her to further build up...

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They could partially replace the current standard method and potentially revolutionize muscle diagnostics. Unclear muscle weakness, paralysis, cramps,...

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Feeling permanently stressed by COVID-19? The pandemic has upset our daily rhythms. But how does stress affect our brains? Dr. Mondino investigates...

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Our brain processes facial expressions independently of the face shape - which allows us to even understand the emotions of fantasy figures like...

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Last Monday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Alzheimer's drug aducanumab, using its "accelerated approval" program. Prof. Dr....

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Prof. Dr. Dr. Ghazaleh Tabatabai talks about the state of research and treatment options for brain tumors in with the Hertie Foundation (interview in...

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The ability to correctly estimate quantities improves with the number of hours of videoplay per week, reports a research team lead by Professor Dr....

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