Press releases

- World‘s Largest Science Prize for Tübingen Parkinson’s Researcher

Portrait Thomas Gasser.

“Breakthrough Prize” for pioneering discoveries on the genetics of Parkinson’s disease.


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- “Viral relicts” in the Genome Could Fuel Neurodegeneration

 Portrait Ina Vorberg.

Researchers see ancient genes as potential targets for dementia treatment.

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- Research on the Brain’s Detox System

Portrait Petzold

Bonn Neurologist Involved in Transatlantic Research Consortium on Brain Clearance.

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- DZNE scientist receives Remedios Caro Almela Prize

Portrait Frank Bradke

Frank Bradke to be awarded for research on neuronal regeneration.

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- Award for Dementia Researcher from New York City

Groundbreaking insights into the genetics of brain diseases.

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- A Varied Life Boosts the Brain’s Functional Networks

Results from a mouse study with novel biosensing technique.

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- An Important Step for Drug Research Concerning Alzheimer’s and other Brain Diseases

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DZNE reinforces its study resources at several sites.

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- New Approaches against the Consequences of Birth Asphyxia

Portrait Hemmen Sabir.

German researchers study neuroprotective agents in laboratory trial.

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- International Graduate Training on Metabolism and Neurodegeneration

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In a new, EU funded program, early career scientists are tracking down the connection between metabolic disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. DZNE is involved in a leading role.

Bonn, June, 26th, 2023. Again and again, the trail leads to metabolism: When researchers…

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- Ataxias: International Award for Bonn Patient Care and Research

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US Foundation Distinguishes University Hospital Bonn and DZNE.

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