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- Roger de Spoelberch Prize goes to DZNE Neuroscientist

Prof. Frank Bradke

Frank Bradke to be awarded for research on neuronal regeneration.

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- Early Prediction of Alzheimer’s Progression in Blood

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DZNE scientists show that a protein found in the blood can be used to precisely monitor disease progression of Alzheimer’s long before first clinical signs appear.

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- Europe looks to cells for a healthier future

EU supports the international LifeTime consortium in which the DZNE is involved.

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- Defective immune cells in the brain cause Alzheimer’s disease

DZNE scientists shed light on the reasons why the TREM2 gene is so important for brain health. Their study is published in the journal “Nature Neuroscience” and has important implications for the development of new drugs.

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- No evidence that Alzheimer’s disease might be contagious

Note on the paper by Silvia A. Purro et al. (Nature; 13 December, 2018)

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- Enriching fundamental research with digital innovation

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DZNE and neotiv GmbH enter into a long-term collaboration

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- Computer scientists and medical researchers cooperate for patient data security

Medizin, IT

The Helmholtz Center for Information Security and the DZNE have now established the “Helmholtz Medical Security and Privacy Research Center”.

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- A Symposium on the Brain’s Compass

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The sense of direction is one of the most important human abilities. From 27 to 29 November 2018, about 70 experts from Europe, Canada and the US will discuss in Magdeburg how this navigation system operates and how it alters in old age or due to dementia.

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- A new home in Dresden

Neubau DZNE

The DZNE’s new building was officially inaugurated.

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- On the brain’s ability to find the right direction

Save the date: international symposium in Magdeburg on spatial cognition.

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