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  • News Charité BIH Innovation

    MoU signed for joint Co-Innovation Program with Enterprise Singapore

    On November 10, 2023 a significant milestone was reached when Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) and Enterprise Singapore signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This forms the basis for the upcoming launch of the Co-Innovation Program. This innovative program facilitates the professional…

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    How stem cells and immune cells communicate - Lisec Artz Award for Simon Haas

    Blood cancer is often driven by mutations in stem cells, which are key target cells in the search for innovative early-stage therapies. Dr. Simon Haas, head of a lab within the joint research focus of the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH), Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, and the Max Delbrück Center, is seeking to understand…

  • News Charité BIH Innovation

    SPARK-BIH welcomes 12 new projects to the program

    Again, this year the SPARK-BIH funding and mentoring program motivated many scientists and clinicians from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) to submit their translational project proposals in the fields of pharma, diagnostics and medtech. The applicants presented their proposals to an expert…

  • News Center Julius Wolff Institute BCRT

    Special achievements for trauma surgery: Georg Duda receives Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach bust from the DGU

    Univ. Prof. Dr Georg Duda was honoured by the DGU's Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach Bust on 23 October 2023 as part of the German Congress of Orthopaedics and Trauma Surgery (DKOU) 2023 for his special achievements to trauma surgery. The Dieffenbach Bust was established in 1982 as an honourable award for scientific services to trauma medicine. It is…

  • Press release

    First Genetic Causes of Raynaud’s Phenomenon Discovered

    Two to five percent of all people are affected by Raynaud's phenomenon: In cold or stressful conditions, the small blood vessels that supply the skin constrict and the fingers or toes turn white. First described by Maurice Raynaud in 1862, scientists from the Berlin Institute of Health at the Charité (BIH), together with colleagues from the United…

  • Press release

    Coronavirus vaccination: body builds immune memory in organs

    One shot in the arm, and the whole body is protected. But how? For one thing, the immune system produces antibodies and cells that patrol the entire organism by traveling through the bloodstream. On the other hand, the body builds up a local immune memory in various organs. This is shown by a recent study of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin…

  • News Event Symposium

    Review: BIH Symposium 2023

    Over 250 participants took advantage of the opportunity to network, present their own research results, learn about the BIH's wide range of services or discuss questions on specific translational topics.

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