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Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research welcomes high-ranking delegation from the Indian Consulate General of Frankfurt

A high-ranking delegation from the Indian Consulate General of Frankfurt recently visited the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research. more

Institute becomes part of the network<br />"Frankfurt Alliance"

Institutions from the Rhine-Main region have come together in Frankfurt's Römer to form a new science network. The future cooperation in the "Frankfurt Alliance" was sealed with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding. The Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research is one of the founding members of the new scientific alliance. more

Congratulations to Wolfgang Schaper on his 90th birthday

Professor Dr. Wolfgang Schaper, long-standing director of the Max Planck Institute in Bad Nauheim, celebrated his 90th birthday on 11 January. The Institute's Board of Directors and staff would like to congratulate him on this special day! more

Research highlights 2023

Research highlights 2023

December 19, 2023

Many publications by Max Planck scientists in 2022 were of great social relevance or met with a great media response. We have selected 12 articles to present you with an overview of some noteworthy research of the year more

Cardiac regeneration becomes possible through reprogramming of cell metabolism

Reprogramming of energy metabolism activates division activity of cardiac muscle cells and restores cardiac function after infarction.

<p><strong>Therapeutic key for lung cancer discovered</strong></p>

Reprogramming of certain white blood cells around tumor tissue inhibits tumor growth more

Rajkumar Savai receives the „Mid-Career Achievement Award“ of the American Thoracic Society (ATS)

Professor Rajkumar Savai, MD, was awarded the Thoracic Oncology “Mid-Career Achievement Award” for his significant and meaningful contribution to thoracic oncology research at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the American Thoracic Society (ATS) International Conference in Washington, DC, USA. more

Fan Wu receives the Max Planck Society's Peter Hans Hofschneider Prize 2023

Special honour for the young scientist Fan Wu from the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim: At this year's annual meeting of the Max Planck Society, the researcher was awarded the Peter Hans Hofschneider Prize. more

European research money for Max Planck researchers<br /> 

German Centre for Cardiovascular Research, British Heart Foundation and the Dutch Heart Foundation provide 5.3 million euros to international research teams more

Microscopic view of immune cell infiltration of lungs in mice lacking the TET3 enzyme. Compared to the lungs of control animals (left), immune cells (macrophages, colored red) accumulate in the lungs of mice lacking TET3. Cell nuclei are stained blue, smooth muscle cells green.

TET3 protects smooth muscle cells from rampant inflammatory responses

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