Prof. Bengel / Dept. of Nuclear Medicine / MHH

Welcome at the Office of the Dean of Research!

Prof. Dr. Frank Bengel (Dept. of Nuclear Medicine) - Dean of Research.
Confirmed for a further term of office by the MHH Senate.

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Copyright: Dr. Gabrielle Vieyres (HPI)

Project presentation 2021

The 2021 research report is available. In the project presentation we present Prof. Dr. Thomas Pietschmann and his team.

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With the initiation of concentrated reporting, the aim is to present all performance/key figures transparently and thus create a basis for…

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Research data management: Publishing your research data

After the Research Commission's initiation and agreement, research data management (open access) will start on 01.12.2021 with a six-month test phase…

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Professorin Dr. Meike Stiesch. Sorce: MHH / Hans & Jung, Hannover.

Millions in funding for Hanover's implant research

Twelve million euros for new collaborative research centre/transregio led by the MHH in cooperation with Leibniz Universität Hannover and other…

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Research foci - clinical strengths

Here you will find information about the MHH's core research areas.
Infection & immunity, transplantation & regeneration and biomedical…

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Digitale Medien / MHH

Good Scientific Practice (GSP)

Honesty and fairness are basic requirements in science. Our guidelines, the Office of Ombudsman and the Commission for GSP safeguard those principles.

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Information about the DFG Liaison Officers at the MHH and the DFG Board Elections are available here.

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Current topics

Statement of the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany: solidarity with partners in Ukraine – consequences for science and the humanities
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Statement of the German „Ombudsman für die Wissenschaft“ on Joint Publishing Projects Involving Russian Researchers (only in German)
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Our Strength - Advanced Medical Research

The MHH, the only German university dedicated exclusively to health services ranks among the best research institutions in Germany.

Transplantation and stem cell research/regenerative medicine, infectiology and immunology, as well as biomedical engineering and implants are core areas of MHH research.

A close interaction of research, clinic, and education enables the development of innovative and sustainable treatment options for the benefit of all patients.

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Focus I

Be it trough the Cluster of Excellence RESIST, reseach on Sialic acid, research consortia or partners like the CiiM. MHH houses distinguished research sites in the areas of infection & immunity.

Infection & Immunity

Focus II

No other medical facility in Germany performs more transplantations than Medical School Hannover. Thusly research in transplantation & regeneration is one of our main research foci.

Transplantation & Regeneration
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Focus III

The current or former Clusters of Excellence, our participation in research consortia and our partners result in an exceptionally strong research site for biomedecial technology & implants.

Biomedecial Technology & Implants


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Cutting-edge research at the MHH

Excellent research is an integral part of MHH's identity. Find out more about our most prestigious research projects - Clusters of Excellence and more.

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Outstanding research requires close-meshed cooperation with our partner institutions, German Centers and consortia alike.

Our partners
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Academic Career Development

A special focus at MHH is the promotion of young scientists, under the umbrella of the Hannover Biomedical Research SchooI (HBRS).

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COVID-19: Research at MHH

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COVID-19: Press releases

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COVID-19: Taskforce Research

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