Translationsallianz

Translationsallianz





What is translation?

 

Translational research represents the interface between basic research and clinical development. The goal is to enable the latest findings from basic research to lead to new therapies or diagnostic procedures for patients in the shortest of times. At the same time, questions that arise during the clinical practice are fed back to basic research for systematic analysis.

 

 

ON TRACK FOR APPLICATION

TRAIN is the biomedical translation alliance in Lower Saxony, it bundles the know-how and infrastructure of university and extra-academic research for the development of active therapeutic agents. The goal is the consistent further development of new potential agents and vaccines from basic research into pre-clinical and clinical development.

Find out more about our partners listed above here.

 

 

TRAIN Academy

TRAIN has launched a 2 year continuous professional education programme "Translational Research & Medicine: From Idea to Product" providing a comprehensive overview of translational research & medicine. Professionals from academia, medicine and industry will acquire compact knowledge that will help to optimise project interfaces and timelines. This unique TRAIN academy programme will not only widen the career opportunities of the participants but also intensifies the networking of experts within the research region Lower Saxony.

 

Registration for the TRAIN Academy year 2016

 

 

News

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30.09.2015

Decisive factor discovered in sarcoidosis patients

HZI researchers discover important factor for the prognosis and therapy of sarcoidosis

Approximately 32,000 to 40,000 people in Germany are suffering from sarcoidosis. This disease usually manifests in the form of nodular tissue changes and mainly affects the lungs. There are two forms of the disease, acute and chronic sarcoidosis, but the cause has not been elucidated for either form. Scientists of the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) in Braunschweig recently…

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27.08.2015

Bionorica Phytoneering Award 2015 for Eike Steinmann and Anggakusuma

TWINCORE scientists receive 10.000€ award

On the 24th of August, Eike Steinmann and Anggakusuma from the Institute of Experimental Virology received the 10.000 € endowed “Bionorica Phytoneering Award 2015”. The award given biannually by the Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research (GA) and Bionorica SE, a leading company in the area of phytopharmaceuticals producing plant based medicines. Bionorica acknowledges…

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24.05.2016

Events

  • 25.02.2016

     

    Strategies in modern therapy research – a prerequisite for efficient translational medicine

    On February 25, 2016, the first CRC workshop will take place at the CRC Hannover. In this workshop, leading experts in translational drug research from academia and industry will present their thoughts and concepts for the right strategy to bring new medicine to the market...

     

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  • 29.10.2015

     

     

    Jürgen Wehland Symposium NoRDI VI

    The “North Regio Day on Infection” (NoRDI) was established in 2010 as a central event and meeting place for scientists from universities and research institutes of the northern region of Germany to exchange research results and recent technical developments as well as to discuss important questions and future tasks...

     

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  • 24.11.2015

     

    The biochemistry of vitamin B2 – a fresh look at an old cofactor

    The ubiquitous riboflavin (vitamin B2)-derived enzyme cofactors were discovered more than 80 years ago and soon shown to facilitate a multitude of essential enzymatic redox reactions in primary metabolism...

     

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