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17.02.2017

Breakthrough in noise research

New study of cardiology of Mainz University identifies mechanisms responsible for vessel damage resulting from aircraft noise

11.01.2017

Interactive micro-implants to regulate digestion

Mainz University Medical Center and Fraunhofer Institute to set up a joint research project to develop a support system for the digestive tract

16.12.2016

Ari Waisman receives most prestigious European prize for MS research

Sobek Prize for groundbreaking research on multiple sclerosis

08.12.2016

German Research Foundation extends funding for basic research in the neurosciences

Collaborative Research Center 1080 on "Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal homeostasis" is to be financed for a further four years

17.11.2016

University Medical Center of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz Announces Novel Phase II TrialCombining DCVax®-L and Pembrolizumab for Resectable Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases

The University Medical Center (UMC) of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is starting a new multi-center, Phase II clinical trial program evaluating DCVax®-L in combination with an anti–PD-1 monoclonal antibody...

15.11.2016

Level of education is more decisive than intelligence for the development of short-sightedness

Mainz University Medical Center examines the link between myopia and cognitive abilities

14.11.2016

Endocrine cells in the brain influence the optimization of behavior

German Resilience Center presents new findings on the resistance to stress

24.10.2016

Scientists in Mainz develop a novel method to benchmark and improve the performance of protein measurement techniques

Quantum leap in the reliability of mass spectrometry-based proteomics

12.10.2016

New treatment approach for leukemia renders cancer genes powerless

Cancer researcher from Mainz develops targeted epigenetic approach for the treatment of aggressive forms of leukemia

14.09.2016

Mainz researchers lay the foundation for innovative treatment of multiple sclerosis

Inhibition of the protein kinase CK2 prevents the development of auto-aggressive T cells

24.06.2016

Neonicotinoid pesticides cause harm to honeybees

Mainz researchers discover new mechanism associated with the worldwide decline of bee populations

01.06.2016

Tumor immunologist Muhammad Asif Qureshi will use his Humboldt Research Fellowship to conduct research at the Mainz University Medical Center

Research focus on immunotherapeutic approaches for the treatment of liver cancer

03.05.2016

Gutenberg Research Award 2016 goes to cell death researcher

Laureate Vishva Dixit considered a pioneer in fundamental biomedical research

08.12.2015

Mainz University Medical Center opens Center for Rare Diseases

Treatment and research of rare diseases of the nervous system bundled under one roof

06.10.2015

Mainz University Medical Center coordinates interdisciplinary collaborative research project on the long-term effects of cancer treatment

Research findings will be used to improve cancer therapy / German government provides approximately EUR 3.8 million in financing

15.09.2015

EUR 25 million for the Center for Thrombosis and Hemostasis at the Mainz University Medical Center

German Federal Ministry of Education and Research provides funding for the next five years

26.05.2015

New mechanism that attacks viral infections discovered

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Diefenbach

German researchers find evidence of the interaction between two components of the innate immune system to combat rotavirus infection / Publication in Nature Immunology

22.04.2015

Significant progress made towards individualized cancer immunotherapy

Recent immunological findings and technological progress pave the way for customized cancer vaccines / Results published in Nature

16.04.2015

Jens Marquardt receives Lichtenberg Professorship for molecular hepatocarcinogenesis

Volkswagen Foundation provides EUR 1.3 million funding for liver cancer research

13.03.2015

No evidence that low-frequency magnetic fields accelerate the development of Alzheimer's disease and ALS

Research study by the Mainz University Medical Center investigates the influence of low-frequency magnetic fields on neurodegenerative diseases

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