Berlin-Buch. The health location.
For one hundred years, physicians and researchers collaborating at Berlin-Buch have been devoted to advancing health.
Here you are invited to learn about Berlin-Buch and its partners and to become acquainted with the unique atmosphere of the campus where the medicine of the future is being created.
Berlin-Buch – dedicated to health
Outstanding hospitals and excellent achievements in basic biomedical research have long been hallmarks of Berlin-Buch. The internationally renowned location for science and health care provision is one of the major players in the health industry cluster in the capital city region.
In line with its clear focus on biomedicine, the Berlin-Buch location offers life science companies and research institutions unique conditions for synergies and for value creation networks. Here clinicians and basic researchers collaborate in joint projects to apply new insights gained in the high-tech laboratories to patient care. New discoveries are available to patients at Berlin-Buch already in the stage of clinical trials.
The promotion and preservation of health is the overarching goal of the circa 6000 people who work at Berlin-Buch – among them scientists of world renown, highly motivated physicians, teachers in the health professions and innovative entrepreneurs.
News Buch Berlin
A research group at the MDC has discovered a protein that protects mature B lymphocytes from stress-induced cell death. It also helps immune cells produce effective antibodies, which can stop the path...more ...
Osmotic stress identified as stimulator of cellular waste disposal
Researchers from the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) in Berlin have now discovered a previously unknown mechanism: osmotic stress, i.e. a change in water and ionic balanc...more ...
Jan Philipp Junker receives Helmholtz AI grant
MDC researcher Jan Philipp Junker and his collaborator Maria Colomé-Tatché at Helmholtz Center Munich have received a €200,000 grant to improve big data processing to better understand how gene netw...more ...