IMPRS for Translational Psychiatry

The IMPRS-TP PhD program provides first class training to internationally outstanding students who are passionate about molecular, cellular and systemic psychiatric research. In addition to traditional PhD positions, we offer a unique integrated PhD/residenceprogram in psychiatry to exceptional medical doctors.

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What Does the “Love Hormone” Do? It’s Complicated

June 15, 2020

During the pandemic lockdown, as couples have been forced to spend days and weeks in one another’s company, some have found their love renewed while others are on their way to divorce court. Oxytocin, a peptide produced in the brain, is complicated ...

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March 17, 2020

Cellular waste system disposes of coronavirus

February 10, 2020

Research into basic cellular processes continually leads to unexpected discoveries. A study by researchers from the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich, the University Clinic in Bonn, and Charité in Berlin illustrates how even basic research ...

Individual differences in mice

November 06, 2019

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, together with colleagues at the Weizmann Institute of Science have developed a computational method to objectively measure the personality of mice living in a semi-natural, group environment. The ...

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