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BIH Newsletter 2020/02
New newsletter format | Clinician Scientist Retreat at Schloss Genshagen | BIH research platforms accept new members | New BIH podcast episodes: "What to do in case of cystic fibrosis" and "Does artificial intelligence disadvantage female patients? | Many new employees* at BIH | Event reviews
BIH Newsletter 2020/03
CORD consortium led by BIH receives EUR 6 million from the BMBF for two years | BIH QUEST Center publishes first balance sheet after three years of work | Female Career@BIH: Coachings for young female scientists in 2020 | Calls for proposals: Clinician Scientist Retreat & Digital Health Accelerator | The BIH in the Press
BIH Newsletter 2020/04
Digital Clinician Scientist develops Corona App (CovApp) | QUEST Center gives tips on resources and training in the Corona era | Five new videos about female scientists of translation | Clinician Scientist Fellows elected to the Supervisory Board of the Charité | Event review: REWARD EQUATOR Conference 2020 | The BIH in the Press
Digital Health Accelerator supports spin-off of AIgnostics | BIH research on COVID-19: Which cells are affected by the coronavirus? | Virtual brainstorming on gender differences in COVID-19 | BIH Professor Christian Drosten awarded for science communication | Call for the Validation Fund/SPARK-BIH 2020 opened on 4th May
Germany-Wide Standards for Coronavirus Data | BIH QUEST Center provides resources on COVID-19 and Patient & Stakeholder Engagement | Podcast with Prof. Ulrich Dirnagl: How does the new coronavirus influence research? (in German) | Publication by Prof. Andreas Diefenbach: The Microbiome Controls Immune System | Publication by Prof. Marcus Mall: Fitness Key Mechanisms Involved in Pulmonary Fibrosis Development