Integrative Research Institute (IRI) for the Life Sciences

The Integrative Research Institute (IRI) for the Life Sciences at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, founded in collaboration with the Charité - Universitätsmedizin and the Max-Delbrück-Center, pursues cutting-edge biomedical research with an interdisciplinary and inter-institutional approach. The IRI for the Life Sciences enables synergies - in regard to both scientific content and methodology - with integrative strategies ranging from the molecular to the systems-biological level and from foundational to clinical research.

The goal of the collaboration is to tap into new research fields within the life sciences at an internationally competitive level.

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The IRI for the Life Sciences hosts different scientific events and offers a regular newsletter (→ News) about the institute's activities and latest information on calls and events in the field of life sciences. Please sign up to the newsletter at stefanie.scharf



IRI Symposium "From RNA pools to single RNA molecules"
Free registration until March 5th.
IRI member successful with BIH Grant application
IRI-Charité Professor successful applicant within the Twinning Research Grants ...
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05.02.2015 | 16:00 Uhr IRI Colloquium - John Marioni: Computational challenges in single-cell genomics

12.02.2015 | 16:00 Uhr Opening ceremony of the Maud Menten Hall at Builfding 18.

16.02.2015 | 16:00 Uhr Inaugural Symposium for Simone Reber with noble prize laureate Tim Hunt

05.03.2015 | 16:00 Uhr IRI Colloquium: Petra Dittrich: Singel cell and vesicle analysis on microfluidic platforms

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