Berliner Institut für Gesundheitsforschung - Charité und Max-Delbrück-Centrum

AI for detecting strokes during sleep

At the seventh research idea competition “Forum Junge Spitzenforscher,” organized by Stiftung Industrieforschung and Humboldt-Innovation, the team of Dr. Ludwig Schlemm took first place.

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When does it make sense to develop a new therapeutic agent?

Scientists from the BIH and Charité, along with other colleagues, have compiled a catalogue of recommendations that set out the criteria that research must meet so that a substance that shows promise…

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An Atlas of the Human Pancreas

Scientists from the BIH and Charité have genetically examined all cells of the human pancreas to determine their exact location within the organ and the relationships between individual cells.

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Tracking down the Causes of Heart Attack

Researchers at the Charité, the BIH and the German Center for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK) were able to uncover another cause for heart attacks.

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Fighting COVID-19 with AI

app@work, winner of the award for best scientific pitch at the 5th Future Medicine Science Match, uses AI to predict disease progression and targeted treatment in COVID-19 patients.

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Our mission: Translation!

The mission of the BIH is medical translation: The BIH aims to translate findings from biomedical research into new approaches for personalised prediction, prevention and therapy and, conversely, to develop new research approaches from clinical observations. The goal is always the medical benefit for patients*.

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Corona research at full speed

To protect against SARS-CoV-2, the BIH works largely in the home office. Meanwhile, research on Corona/COVID-19 is in full swing.

A new Chapter for the Berlin Institute of Health

Anja Karliczek and Michael Müller signed an administrative agreement on the integration of the BIH into Charité.