Institute for Biomedicine
Institute for Biomedicine
We investigate the mechanisms of health, ageing and disease by studying the interactions of genes with environments and lifestyles.
Data Activity Report 2020/2021
“Without understanding molecules we can only have a very sketchy understanding of life itself.” F. Cricksee more
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News & Events
13 October 2021
CHRIS COVID-19 study protocol available to the scientific community
Available in Open Access, it represents a resource for researchers who want to replicate similar studies.
28 September 2021
New headquarters for the Institute for Biomedicine
From mid-2022, the Institute for Biomedicine will open its new headquarters in the NOI Techpark: the interview with our director Peter P. Pramstaller.
24 August 2021
Covid-19 in Val Gardena
Uno studio dell’Azienda Sanitaria e di Eurac Research individua diversi fattori legati alla positività a Covid-19. La ricerca si è svolta nella primavera 2020 in Val Gardena (BZ).
08 July 2021
Large genomic analysis highlights COVID-19 risk factors
A new worldwide study published in Nature reveals 13 loci that are strongly associated with infection or severe COVID-19. The Institute of Biomedicine contributed data from the CHRIS Covid 19 study ...
21 June 2021
We are Social
The Institute of Biomedicine opens its own social channel. Follow us on Twitter.
14 October 2021
EPIC at the NOI project fair
The yearly EFRE project fair on October 22nd is the perfect opportunity to meet us, we are presenting EPIC at booth 13.
Epigenetics of Immunity in CancerDuration: September 2019 - December 2022Funding:
CHRIS-2D: a Dynamic Data infrastructure for biomedical research and innovation in South TyrolDuration: June 2020 - December 2022Funding:
Innovative therapies for cardiovascular disease.Duration: October 2020 - October 2022Funding:
Multidisciplinary Training in Chronic Kidney Disease: from genetic modifiers to drug discoveryDuration: December 2019 - December 2023Funding:
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