GermanyGermany

Cartilage network across European borders

17.02.2012

Brussels – European cartilage researchers intensify their cooperation. The 'gristle network' comprises scientists from Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg. Its members plan to meet regularly to exchange views and information about arthritis. "All members will benefit from the direct exchange and the intense cooperation in the network", Hening Madry, professor for experimental orthopaedics and arthrosis research at the university of the Saarland in Homburg, Germany. "For instance, we can talk about problems with cartilage repair or tissue cultivation."Besides Madry's university, the network members come from the Université Henri Poincaré in Nancy, the Fraunhofer IBMT in St.Ingbert, University of Liège, as well as the Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor and the university in Luxembourg.

GermanyGermany

05.08.2011

Boehringer Ingelheim is the first around the post. The European Commission cleared the German company's oral anticoagulant Pradaxa (dabigatran etexilate) for preventing stroke in atrial fibrillation patients at risk of stroke....

GermanyGermany

27.07.2011

Berlin – Reprogramming fibroblasts into human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) can cause mitochondrial diseases, according to two reseearch groups from Berlin-based Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics. In every...

Germany, UKGermany

21.07.2011

In a first for European drug research, scientists have launched a clinical trial of an anti-HIV biotech medicine produced using genetically modified tobacco. Transgenic tobacco plants are grown for 45 days before being processed...

Germany, SwitzerlandGermany

19.07.2011

Basel - Roche goes shopping in Germany. The Swiss pharmaceutical giant agreed to buy privately-held mtm laboratories, a specialist in diagnostics for detecting cervical cancer based in Heidelberg, for up to 190 million...

GermanyGermany

08.07.2011

German pharmaceutical major Merck Serono has appointed Annalisa Jenkins as global head of drug development. The former head of Bristol-Myers Squibb’s global medical group is to lead her employer's drug development operations from...

GermanyGermany

08.07.2011

German pharmaceutical major Merck Serono has appointed Annalisa Jenkins as global head of drug development. The former head of Bristol-Myers Squibb’s global medical group is to lead her employer's drug development operations from...

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