Teaching is Fun

Students fascinated by Drug Development will pave the way for innovative treatments.

By |09.07.2021|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Teaching is Fun

Painful Lessons Learned from QST

QST has been developed as standardized assessment of sensory functions and widely used to analyze chronic pain conditions. Which implications does the recently published “failure” of QST in neuropathic pain patients have for animal testing?

By |23.03.2021|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Painful Lessons Learned from QST

Conference News 2021

Potential roles of TRP channels in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), Inflammation and Wound Healing were discussed on the 6th German Pharm-Tox Summit 1–3 March 2021.

By |11.03.2021|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Conference News 2021

Rodents at the limit

Two hundred and five different rodent models of Alzheimer’s Disease developed in decades of basic and applied research so far did not pay out with novel efficacious treatments in clinical trials.

By |01.03.2021|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Rodents at the limit

Deep Dive DRG – a big step in translational pain research

Does rodent pain expression pattern translate to human? Dorsal root ganglia (DRGs) control nociceptive input from the periphery to the brain as they contain the cell bodies of primary afferent neurons.

By |17.02.2021|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Deep Dive DRG – a big step in translational pain research
Go to Top