Press releases 26.10.2021

Prof. Cornelia Betsch builds up health communication at the Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine

Hamburg / Erfurt - The graduate psychologist and holder of the Heisenberg Professorship for Health Communication at the University of…

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Press releases 01.10.2021

Change of leadership at Germany's largest institute for tropical medicine

Today, the infectious disease epidemiologist Jürgen May took over the leadership of the Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine…

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Press releases 15.09.2021

Lessons from renewed Ebola outbreak in Guinea

Conakry/ Hamburg, September 15th, 2021 – Contrary to previous assumptions, Ebola virus epidemics do not necessarily originate from animal…

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Press releases 20.08.2021

World Mosquito Day 2021: Global warming promotes spread of mosquito-borne viruses

Rising global temperatures are enabling heat-loving mosquito species such as the Asian tiger mosquito to colonise new habitats. At the same…

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Press releases 27.07.2021

Commitment to diversity

By signing, BNITM commits itself to cultivating a working environment that is free of prejudice. It sees diversity as an enrichment and an…

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Press releases 22.04.2021

European Research Council funds cutting-edge research on drug resistance in malaria parasites

Hamburg, Germany, April 22, 2021 – Dr. Tobias Spielmann, head of the research group "Malaria" in the section Molecular Biology and…

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Press releases 05.02.2021

Understanding immune differences between the sexes for better personalised medicine

Hamburg - It has been increasingly proven that diseases occur with different frequency and run differently in women and men. Now scientists…

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Press releases 30.01.2021

BNITM: Tropical diseases are neglected again

Hamburg. Worldwide, almost two billion people are at risk of becoming incapacitated, blind, disfigured, disabled or dying earlier due to…

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