Guest 2017.


Thomas Willis Lecture: Is translational stroke research broken, and if so, how can we fix it?

In: Stroke 47, 2016

Ich glaub, mich trifft der Schlag

Warum das Gehirn tut, was es tun soll, oder manchmal auch nicht

[Mit Jochen Müller]


München, 2016

Ulrich Dirnagl [ Germany ]

is a German neuroscientist and his research focuses are stroke, cerebral blood flow regulation and brain imaging. Since 1999, he is Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at the Charité in Berlin and founding director of the QUEST Center (Center for Transforming Biomedical Research) of the Berlin Institute of Health. He is a member of the board of directors of the Center for Stroke Research, the Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin and of the Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure.