For the third time, BIH and Charité are participating in the Long Night of Science in Berlin. The Clinical Research Unit (CRU), Central Biobank (ZeBanC) at the Charité as well as the BIH research groups Brain Simulation and Digital Health will participate with a total of seven workshops, guided tours and lectures at the locations of the Charité at Campus Benjamin Franklin, Campus Charité Mitte and Campus Virchow-Klinikum.
Charité and BIH offer the following joint program for the Long Night of Science:
Info Booth | Biobanking up close - research for tomorrow's health
Become a biobanker for one night and learn how biomaterial samples are collected, processed and sorted frozen!
Tour| The Digital Revolution - from organ models to artificial intelligence
We look with you through the different microscope systems that are used and demonstrate to you the algorithms with which the evaluation takes place and which are based on artificial intelligence.
Tour | Biobanking up close - research for tomorrow's health
Learn more on a guided tour to the coldest place of the Charité. Take part in the biobank triathlon and store your own samples!
BIH Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT)
In addition, at the BIH Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT) you will find several offers on advanced therapies and answers to the questions: What is Regenerative Medicine? How do "living drugs" work? The Center of Advanced Therapies (BeCAT) and the Europe-wide research initiative RESTORE are also participating.
At the central info booth at the Charité Campus Virchow Klinikum (Augustenburger Platz 1), visitors can gain an overview of lectures, hands-on experiments and guided tours. The complete BCRT program can be found here.
Campus Charité Mitte (CharitéCrossOver-Gebäude)
Fenster der Wissenschaft
Lecture | The Virtual Brain
The virtual brain is a platform that allows the function of the brain of healthy people and patients to be simulated on the computer. This makes it possible to test surgical procedures and other interventions on the virtual patient brain.
Workshop | My Virtual Dream: Controlling brain states
Get to know your brain states and control them in collective neurofeedback! My Virtual Dream is a kind of collective brain-controlled computer game. Using brain-computer interfaces, your brain signals are measured and presented audiovisually as dream scenarios.
Info Booth | BrainModes – personalized Neurofeedback
BrainModes is an application for smart devices that can visualize your brain activity. With BrainModes you can control games with your brain signals and train your brain.
Campus Benjamin Franklin
Workshop | Experience clinical research up close - the focus is on the patient
Experience how clinical research works with the BeLOVE capital study. You will have the opportunity to undergo various studies that will be carried out as part of the study. How fit are you? What does your heart look like in an ultrasound image? And what does research mean for scientists and patients?
Times: 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30 pm (45 min. each)
Meeting Point: Charité Campus Benjamin Franklin, Hindenburgdamm 30, 12203 Berlin; Registration at the am Info Booth/Westhalle
• treadmill analysis
• BodPod (measurement of body composition)
• Neuropsychological Testing/Cognition
• Doppler sonography of vessels