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New approach towards an improved treatment of anxiety disorders

Mainz-based scientists publish recent findings on resilience research in Nature Communications


How glial cells develop in the brain from neural precursor cells

Mainz University Medical Center publishes new findings that contribute to our understanding of neurodegenerative disorders


How skin cancer cells sidestep the immune system

Mainz-based immunologists report on a new mechanism of immune evasion in Nature Immunology


Individual stress susceptibility and glucose metabolism are linked to brain function

Perturbations in brain glucose metabolism identified as cause for stress-induced spatial memory impairments


Air pollution leads to cardiovascular diseases

International team of experts from Mainz, London and Cleveland reports on mechanisms that cause vascular damage


A human endogenous Tumor blocker discovered

Scientists of the Mainz University Medical Center have discovered novel properties of a human protein which acts as an inhibitor of virus infections and cancer


European Heart Journal reports on world`s first “Heart Valve Unit”

Article in renowned cardiology journal highlights the importance of the new treatment setting for people with heart valve problems


Targeting headaches and tumors with nano-submarines

New method of transporting drugs published in Nature Nanotechnology


East German past and mental health

German Federal Ministry of Education and Research sponsors Mainz-based joint research project on risk and protective factors arising from life in the GDR to the sum of EUR 3.8 million


Direct conversion of non-neuronal cells into nerve cells

Researchers of the Mainz University Medical Center publish new findings in the field of neuroregeneration in Nature Neuroscience


161 genetic factors for myopia identified

Researchers at the Mainz University Medical Center participate in a genetic study investigating the role of light in the development of myopia


Mainz scientists identify enzyme responsible for vascular damage caused by aircraft noise

New study of the cardiology of the University Medical Center Mainz continues to show that night-time noise is particularly harmful to vessels and brain


On the search for new approaches to cure lung cancer

Else Kröner-Fresenius-Stiftung sponsors immunological research project being undertaken by Krishnaraj Rajalingam of the Mainz University Medical Center


German Research Foundation continues funding of the Life Sciences – Life Writing Research Training Group for an additional four and a half years

Second funding period for the Life Sciences – Life Writing: Boundary Experiences of Human Life between Biomedical Explanation and Lived Experience project


Kickoff of the DynaMORE resilience research project

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


Noise brings the heart out of the rhythm

University Medical Center Mainz publishes new results on noise pollution from the Gutenberg Health Study


Prof. Ugur Sahin receives prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant for personalized cancer vaccines

New research project ' summit ' aims to develop new immunterapeuthischer approaches


University Medical Center Mainz Opens “Heart Valve Unit”

A New Patient Care Structure for Patients with Valvular Heart Disease


Potential new approach to the treatment of multiple sclerosis

Researchers at the Mainz University Medical Center have discovered that the EGFL7 protein inhibits the migration of immune cells into the brain


Quantum chemistry solves the mystery of why there are these 20 amino acids in the genetic code

Publication in PNAS provides an answer to an old and fundamental question of biochemistry

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