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Center for Neurology

Since the year 2000, the renowned University Department of Neurology in collaboration with the then newly founded Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research constitutes one of the largest and state-of-the-art Centres for Neurology in Germany.
This facilitates medical treatment and research at a level which is internationally first-class. As a result of this wide interdisciplinary basis, findings from research, as, for example, the causes of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease can be incorporated directly into the treatment of the patients.

 

 

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Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research Link

 

 






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