Press releases

18 July 2019

Durchbruch in der Stammzellforschung

Internationale Forschergruppe stellt hoch potente Zellen von Mensch und Schwein her / Neue Möglichkeiten für die regenerative Medizin Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler verwenden für ihre Forschungsergebnisse das Wort... [more]

17 June 2019

Almost two million euros for liver research in Düsseldorf and Hannover

New network seeks to enhance understanding of genetic causes of cholestasis – and develop treatment options [more]

26 March 2019

MHH researchers aim to use gene therapy to treat hearing deafness

Professor Schambach was awarded approximately two million euros from the European Union for his “iHEAR” project / New gene therapies shall protect children and adults from hearing loss [more]

04 February 2019

Abitur und dann? Die MHH und Partnerinstitutionen bieten das Freiwillige Jahr in der Wissenschaft an

Informationsveranstaltung am 18. Februar um 16 Uhr  in der Hochschule Die Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (MHH) bietet ab September zum neunten Mal ein Freiwilliges Jahr in der Wissenschaft (FWJ) für Abiturientinnen und... [more]

17 December 2018

Neues Blut dank neuer Technik

Advances made in blood cell production / MHH researchers pave the way for new therapy to combat infection / Publication in Nature Communications Blood is very special stuff. It performs a variety of roles: for example, red... [more]

10 September 2018

REBIRTH researchers identify potential drug to treat rare condition

A substance has been identified that alleviates symptoms of a rare vascular disease called cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM). It was found thanks to comprehensive analysis – using a mouse model – within a consortium headed by... [more]

05 July 2018

System for transporting donor lungs approved in USA following trial

In a clinical trial called INSPIRE, a large international team of investigators led by physicians at Hannover Medical School (MHH) has shown that the transport and storage of donor lungs using the Organ Care System (OCS) –... [more]

27 June 2018

Hannoversche Forscher wollen „unsichtbare“ Organe schaffen

Für Menschen, die ein Spenderorgan transplantiert bekommen, beginnt ein neuer Lebensabschnitt mit einem gesunden Organ. Doch sie leben auch mit dem Risiko, dass ihr Körper das gespendete Organ wieder abstößt. Das passiert... [more]

18 April 2018

Like leaves in a stream: researchers explore the biomechanics of heart valve development

Over the course of an 80-year life, the human heart pumps more than 200 million litres of blood through the body. This impressive feat is crucially dependent on the formation of cardiac valves, which are absent in the early... [more]

16 April 2018

An exciting prospect: patients cured by their own cells?

Altering patients’ own cells so they can replace defective or absent cells – researchers at Hannover Medical School (MHH) have moved a step closer to achieving this. The scientists are investigating hereditary pulmonary alveolar... [more]

07 March 2018

Organ Care System: MHH physicians treat diseased lung outside the body

The growing resistance of pathogens to antibiotics means that, in an increasing number of cases, doctors are out of alternative treatment options for severe pneumonia. Medics at Hannover Medical School (MHH) have, for the first... [more]

29 January 2018

Hilfiker-Kleiner joins prestigious academic body

Professor Denise Hilfiker-Kleiner, dean of research at Hannover Medical School (MHH) and leader of a REBIRTH unit, became a new member of Germany’s Council of Science and Humanities (WR) with effect from 1 February 2018. Federal... [more]

18 December 2017

Gene therapy for rare blood condition

Scientists at Hannover Medical School (MHH) have achieved a first: they have developed a successful cell and gene therapy for a genetic infectious disease. It appears to be a promising treatment for a rare and life-threatening... [more]

06 December 2017

How are artificial lungs implanted?

For people with certain serious lung conditions, a lung transplant is the only curative treatment option.  However, only a small proportion of patients can receive this treatment, as there are fewer and fewer organ donors... [more]

09 November 2017

Reducing scar size after heart attack

Scientists at Hannover Medical School (MHH) have discovered a previously unknown growth factor that improves cardiac muscle healing after a heart attack, so that even a major infarction results in only a small scar. They... [more]

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