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- Award for Groundbreaking Research on Alzheimer’s Disease

Quelle: DZNE / Johann F. Saba

The Munich biochemist Christian Haass has received the “Hartwig Piepenbrock-DZNE Prize” endowed with 60,000 euros.

 

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- Elsevier Report: DZNE Among the World’s Top 10 in Alzheimer’s Disease Research

According to an international study, the DZNE is one of the leading research institutions on Alzheimer’s disease in terms of publication count, citation rate, and collaborations with partners from academia and the corporate sector.

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- Für ein Leben ohne Demenz: Neue Stiftung Deutsche Demenzhilfe treibt Fortschritt in der Forschung voran

Aufgabe der Stiftung ist es, Spenden einzuwerben, um die Demenzforschung und die Suche nach geeigneten Therapien am DZNE voranzutreiben.

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- Autoantibodies in Pregnancy: A Cause of Behavioral Disorders in the Child?

Dysfunctions in the maternal immune system that occur during pregnancy could possibly lead to impaired brain development in the unborn child. This is suggested by studies by the DZNE.

 

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- A Protective Factor Against Alzheimer’s Disease?

Researchers at the DZNE have found that a protein called TREM2 could positively influence the course of Alzheimer’s.

 

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- Bonn Researchers Identify Key Proteins for the Repair of Nerve Fibers

Nervenzelle aus den dorsalen Wurzelganglien unter dem Mikroskop

Scientists at the DZNE have identified a group of proteins that help to regenerate damaged nerve cells. Their findings are reported in the journal “Neuron”.

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- Parkinson’s: A New Study Associates Oxidative Stress With the Spreading of Aberrant Proteins

Oxidative stress could be a driving force in the spreading of aberrant proteins involved in Parkinson’s disease. This is the result of recent studies by DZNE researchers.

 

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- Award for Munich Alzheimer‘s researcher

Prof. Christian Haass

This year’s “Hartwig Piepenbrock-DZNE Prize”, which is endowed with 60,000 euros, goes to the Munich biochemist and Alzheimer’s researcher Christian Haass.

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- Indications why older people are more susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease

The risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease increases with age. DZNE researcher Susanne Wegmann has uncovered a possible cause for this: Molecules involved in the disease, termed tau-proteins, spread more easily in the aging brain.

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- Summertime Science

Mitmach-Experiment für Kinder

More than 3,000 visitors came to the DZNE's Open Day on the Venusberg in Bonn.

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