Translationsallianz

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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.

 

 

 

News

13.05.2014

HZI to award young infection researchers

Jürgen Wehland Prize announced for the fourth time / Prize money 5 000 €, application until 1 August

As in the previous years, the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) in Braunschweig and the Friends of the HZI are going to honour an excellent young researcher in the field of infection biology. The award was established in 2011 in memory of the former Scientific Director of the HZI, Professor Jürgen Wehland.

 

The Jürgen Wehland Prize includes prize money of 5,000 Euros and will be awarded on 21 October, 2014. The award ceremony will take place during the scientific symposium “NoRDI”, which will be held in honour of Professor Jürgen Wehland (www.helmholtz‐hzi.de/nordi). The call is aimed at young scientists with a research focus on infection biology. Their doctorate should have been completed within the last five years; parental leave will be taken into account. The applicants should currently work in a German‐speaking region, preferably in Northern Germany, or have performed their work in this region.

 

Personal applications are possible as well as suggestions from a supervisor or superior.

Please send your application in one PDF file via e-mail.

 

For further information please visit the website of the HZI

14.12.2017