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The chain reaction which leads to toxic protein deposits in Alzheimer’s disease starts even earlier than assumed. Researchers from Tübingen show how...

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So dicht wie möglich an ein Krankheitsgeschehen im Gehirn heranzoomen und dann gezielt eingreifen: Das ist das Ziel der klinischen Neurophysiologie....

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The HIH hosted a virtual conference on "Emerging Perspectives in Clinical Brain Research" on October 15-16, 2020.

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Professor Matthis Synofzik leitet ab sofort die neue Sektion „Translationale Genomik neurodegenerativer Erkrankungen“ am HIH. Den Ruf auf eine...

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The foundation of Dr. Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg supports tests that investigate the influence of the Alzheimer risk gene APOE4 in a novel...

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For the sixth time, the World Brain Day, an initiative of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN), will take place on July 22. This year, the World...

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Congratulations to Ian Chong from the Cognitive Neurology department (Prof. Peter Thier) for his first place in the category “Performance” at the...

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For the winter semester 2020/21, the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research is once again offering a Johannes Dichgans doctoral scholarship for...

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Congratulations to Dr. Albert Mukovskiy who has received the Südwestmetall “Förderpreis für den wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs” 2020 for his outstanding...

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Rhesus monkeys accept a naturalistic-looking monkey avatar as a member of the same species and encounter it with their species-specific facial...

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