Here you can find the latest press releases of the DZNE.

- 1.7 million euros for an Alzheimer's researcher from Bonn

Unter dem Mikroskop: Mikroglia (grün), Nervenzellen mit Synapsen (magenta). Quelle: DZNE/Felix Nebeling

Neuroscientist Dr. Martin Fuhrmann from the DZNE has been awarded a "Consolidator Grant" from the European Research Council (ERC).

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- Rapid analysis of large amounts of data in the fight against dementia

Oberfläche eines menschlichen Gehirns rekonstruiert aus einer MRT Aufnahme

For a project on artificial intelligence of the DZNE, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has granted around 1 million euros in funding. In addition to the DZNE, Harvard University is involved in the research project.

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- Artificial Intelligence Tracks down Leukemia

Computerdarstellung weißer Blutkörperchen

DZNE scientists have been able to detect leukemia with the help of artificial intelligence. This was done in a proof-of-concept study.

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- Brain Diseases with Molecular Diversity

Bei Parkinson und der sogenannten Multisystematrophie lagern sich Proteine schichtweise zu länglichen Aggregaten (blau) zusammen, die sich im Gehirn anhäufen

DZNE scientists have studied the structure of abnormal proteins associated with Parkinson’s and multisystem atrophy.

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- “Nature” Coverstory: Inflammatory Processes Drive Progression of Alzheimer‘s and Other Brain Diseases

Nervenzelle (weiß) unter dem Mikroskop

Inflammation drives the progression of neurodegenerative brain diseases and plays a major role in the accumulation of so-called tau proteins within neurons. Scientists of the DZNE and the University of Bonn report these findings in the journal “Nature”.

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- Dementia, developmental disorders and psychoses: Helmholtz Association funds DZNE research project on autoantibodies with 2.3 million euros

In the "BaoBab" project, DZNE researchers from Berlin and Bonn are developing a technical platform with which autoantibodies that cause brain diseases can be identified and investigated.

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