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International Congress for Neuroimmunology in Mainz

Experts from around the world will meet in Mainz from the 9th until 13th November 2014


Krishnaraj Rajalingam selected to be a fellow of the Gutenberg Research College


Eminent molecular cell biologist will establish a research team at the Research Center for Immunotherapy of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz


First European center for resilience research established in Mainz

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and the Mainz University Medical Center launch German Resilience Center Mainz


Mainz University Medical Center coordinates new EU project looking at late side-effects of the treatment of childhood cancer

European Union provides funding of approximately EUR 6 million


German Science Council recommends funding of neurosciences research building at the Mainz University Medical Center

Major distinction for innovative and interdisciplinary research concept


Fifty microscopes for Namibia

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is supporting the University of Namibia with a new pre-clinical lab and advice on examination administration


Natural products to combat diseases

Carl Zeiss Foundation supports interdisciplinary research consortium "Chemical BioMedicine" with 1 million EUR


Scientists at the Mainz University Medical Center gain new insights into Taspase1 function


Exploiting “molecular glues” to target disease relevant proteolytic enzymes


Seal of quality for an excellent standard of research: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is on track for success in attracting research funding

External funding of JGU research activities has increased by 42 percent to EUR 96 million since 2007 / Positive trend continues in 2012


Success for Mainz University Medical Center: German Research Foundation approves new Collaborative Research Center

New Transregional Collaborative Research Center under the direction of Mainz University Medical Center is to focus on multiple sclerosis research


CI3 immunotherapy cluster wins the Leading-Edge Cluster competition held by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research

More than €80 mio. in funding for the development of individualized forms of immunotherapy and diagnostics


Human immune cells react sensitively to "stress"

Scientists at the University Medical Center in Mainz prove multiple DNA repair defect in monocytes


Half-time for the Mars500 mission

Mainz-based medical project involved in simulated "Mars500" mission /Researchers release positive intermediate results

Kickoff of the DynaMORE resilience research project

Researchers plan to develop a personalized computer model designed to help people better manage crises

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