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Tübingen Summer University

This year's Tübingen Summer University will be opened by Prof. Dr. Mathias Jucker on Monday, July 31 at 10:15 a.m. in the lecture hall of the Theologicum with a lecture on the topic "Wieso wir noch keine Alzheimer-Therapie haben" (Talk in German)

In August, the Tübingen Summer University will again give a wide audience insights into the current research of scientists in ten lectures. The series is organized together with the university town of Tübingen. The lectures will take place from Monday, July 31 to Friday, August 11 at 10:15 a.m. in the lecture hall of the Theologicum (duration 45 minutes; address: Liebermeisterstraße 16, 72074 Tübingen). The audience can then ask questions and discuss their research topics with the experts. Admission is free, registration is not necessary.

Program: https://uni-tuebingen.de/universitaet/campusleben/veranstaltungen/zentrale-veranstaltungen/sommeruniversitaet/


Monday 31 July (Talk in German)

Prof. Dr. Mathias Jucker: Wieso wir noch keine Alzheimer-Therapie haben 

The risk of developing Alzheimer's increases with age. Today we know that there are changes in the brain many years before the first symptoms of Alzheimer's. What are these changes and is it important to recognize such changes early on? The first drugs that slow down the progression of the disease have been approved in the USA, but does this also apply to Germany? The lecture familiarizes you with current research and the latest scientific findings on Alzheimer's disease.