July 13, 2023

Digital medicine for future-oriented prevention and treatment of depression

The digiBRAVE research project, which is dedicated to the early detection, prevention and treatment of depression, is being funded with 1.3 million euros from the Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care. Minister of State Holetschek handed over the funding cheque yesterday. digiBRAVE is a joint project of the Medical Faculty of the University of Augsburg and Augsburg University Hospital.

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Health Minister Holetschek hands over the funding decision for the digiBRAVE project to the Augsburg researchers.
July 5, 2023

Augsburg awarded seal of approval for communication on experimental animal research

As part of its commitment to transparent and proactive communication about animal experiments and experimental animal research, the University of Augsburg together with Augsburg University Hospital has been awarded a seal of quality approval by “Understanding Animal Experiments,” an initiative of the Alliance of Science Organisations. 

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May 11, 2023

New Site of the German Centre for Mental Health to be located in Augsburg

Together with Munich, Augsburg is home to a new site of the German Centre for Mental Health. The aim of the new centre is interdisciplinary research into the development and progress of mental illnesses across the lifespan. The Augsburg site of the new centre will focus on researching treatments for depression. Funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the new centre (DZPG) consists of five research sites in addition to Munich/Augsburg.

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Prof. Dr. Martina Kadmon
When training our students, we place great importance on preparing them from the first semester onwards for their role as professional doctors, and providing them with insights into medical practice as well as contact and interaction with patients.

Prof. Dr. Martina Kadmon, Dean

Axel Heller
In our research, we address current, socially relevant topics such as digitalization in medicine or the effects of the environment and climate change on health. We want to rapidly transfer results from basic research into clinical application.

Prof. Dr. Axel Heller, Vice Dean

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