Highest DDG Award to Martin Hrabé de Angelis
The 2021 Paul Langerhans Medal, the highest award of the German Diabetes Association (DDG), goes to Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Hrabé de Angelis.
The DDG thus honors his outstanding achievements in research into the genetic and epigenetic determinants of diabetes mellitus as well as his significant contribution to the foundation and development of the German Center for Diabetes Research (DZD).
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100 Years of Insulin: The TV Program 'W wie Wissen' Presents Current Research Achievements of the DZD
Gestational Diabetes: HbA1c Measurement Cannot Replace the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test for Diagnosis
HMGU-LMU-TUM collaboration won a grant within the DFG Call “Sequencing Costs in Projects”
Development of Novel Blood Glucose-Lowering Dextromethorphan Derivatives That Do Not Affect the Brain
The Longevity Gene mINDY (I’m Not Dead, Yet) not only Prevents Metabolic Disease, but also Lowers Arterial Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
Different Response of Mitochondrial Respiration in Skeletal Muscle and Adipose Tissue to Endurance Exercise
National Diabetes Information Portal
Comprehensive facts about diabetes mellitus - independent, generally understandable and scientifically based - are offered by the national diabetes information portal www.diabinfo.de.
German Center for Diabetes Research (DZD)
Research for a Future Without Diabetes