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(5) Women in Science (16) Zeitzeugen (2) News (4) Press Release (4) 8 Results: Active Filter: Clinical Studies Sort: Result score Newest to oldest Oldest to newest Science November 15, 2018 What’s a “normal” kidney? The MRI study center at the Max Delbrück Center has already examined 5,000 participants as part of the nationwide German National Cohort (GNC). We talked to Professor Thoralf Niendorf, head of the MRI center, about what’s happening with the data – and Annett Anacker, the 5,000th participant in Berlin, tells us why she’s taking part. Press Release No. 29 November 15, 2018 Berlin Leveraging high-precision imaging for health research Another milestone has been reached: In November 2018, the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) welcomed the 5,000th participant at the MRI center of the German National Cohort (GNC) health study. Science December 04, 2017 A long and winding road Why does it take so long for new therapies to emerge from basic research? This is a question that researchers at the MDC and beyond encounter frequently. For us it was also the starting point for a film – and food for thought about the value of basic research. Press Release No. 14 July 20, 2017 Berlin Largest nationwide health study NAKO in Berlin: 3,000th participant examined in MRI scanner We have reached the half-way mark. Ute Radeklau from Berlin is the 3,000th person to be examined in the Berlin Ultrahigh Field Facility at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the context of the largest German health study NAKO. Science May 30, 2016 By Russell Hodge A weekly dose of medical literature Fred Luft's Clinical Journal Club has been a campus institution for 20 years. He painstakingly goes through publications, predigests their contents, prepares slides, and writes up a preview that goes out to the staff of the MDC and Charité. Press Release No. 21 May 17, 2016 Berlin Tape measure vs. body scanner: study investigates relationship between abdominal volume and metabolic state Being able to precisely determine the spread of abdominal fat is important in medicine. As part of... Press Release No. 9 February 19, 2016 Berlin Precise visualization of myocardial injury In a world-first, researchers from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Max Delbrück Center... Science December 07, 2015 By Russell Hodge Getting under the skin of allergies MDC scientists working with colleagues at institutions around the world have published a study in Nature Communications that sheds light on the atopic march, an especially severe form of allergic disease progression. The researchers identified seven genetic risk loci for the atopic march.