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Anke Schlee
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Twofold awarding of Anthony Zannas for research on stress and aging

October 02, 2015
Anthony Zannas receives Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship and NARSAD Young Investigator Award [more]
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Alon Chen receives transnational funding for research on Epigenetics in Major Depression

September 01, 2015
The governments of France, Germany and Canada join forces to promote research on epigenetic mechanisms in complex diseases and to open new routes for prevention, diagnosis and therapy [more]

Holocaust survivors pass on trauma to their children’s genes

August 24, 2015
Pre-conception trauma results in transmission of epigenetic changes from the exposed parents to their children [more]
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Moritz Kirchner receives Apprenticeship Award, 2015 from the Max Planck Society

July 21, 2015
For outstanding performance during his training as an IT specialist (system integration) [more]
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B2RUN Munich 2015

July 16, 2015
30,000 runners, a lovely sunny day, a 6.1 km race in the Olympic Park – and we were right in the middle of it! [more]
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ScieKickIn 2015: Red-hot battle in Neuperlach

July 04, 2015
The football team of the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry secures an impressive 4th place [more]
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Extreme magnetic field: What should be done in an emergency?

July 02, 2015
Special training course held at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich [more]
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Weight gain during treatment for depression: reduce the risk!

June 24, 2015
Max Planck psychiatrists devise a new clinical risk score for weight gain during pharmacological treatment of patients with depression. [more]
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The mystery of memory

June 22, 2015
Scientists study how new impressions are transferred in long-term memory [more]
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Do genes dictate our risk of becoming ill?

June 03, 2015
Neuroscientists discover genetic variants that affect our stress response [more]
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