Christian Matek, MD, DPhil is the recipient of this year‘s Artur Pappenheim Award of the German Society of Hematology and Medical Oncology (DGHO). The prize was awarded to him during the common annual meeting of the German, Austrian and Swiss…
Over the next five years, the interdisciplinary NEUROCOV consortium will investigate the role of the host-virus interplay in the occurrence of neurological and psychiatric symptoms resulting from COVID-19 as a foundation for new treatment options.
Dr. Sarah Kim-Hellmuth, Research Group Leader at the Helmholtz Munich Institute of Translational Genomics will be awarded the Friedmund Neumann Prize 2022 for her groundbreaking work in studying the genetic influence on human gene activity.
Cardiomyopathy is not a uniform disease. Rather, individual genetic defects lead to heart failure in different ways, an international consortium with participation of Dr. Matthias Heinig, researcher at Helmholtz Munich, reports in Science.
Fabian Theis, Director of the Computational Health Center at Helmholtz Munich, has been accepted for membership in the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). Scientists can only be invited to join EMBO on the recommendation of existing…
Computer systems can already independently analyze health data, learn from it and even derive therapy recommendations. Which opportunities this means for patients and what research needs to apply artificial intelligence in practice.