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Mucopolysaccharide storage diseases and puberty and adolescence

Mucopolysaccharide storage diseases and puberty and adolescence

The Medical University of Vienna’s Susanne Gerit Kircher reflects on the medical progress that has allowed people affected by mucopolysaccharide storage diseases to start...
Novel antibacterial compounds created to battle antibiotic resistance development

Novel antibacterial compounds created to battle antibiotic resistance development

Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland have created novel antibacterial compounds to combat antibiotic resistance development. Focusing on the role of LsrK kinase, the...
Prudenta: an electronic solution for local literature monitoring in pharmacovigilance

Prudenta: an electronic solution for local literature monitoring in pharmacovigilance

Dr Polina Dombure, the managing director of Inpharmatis, introduces Prudenta, an innovative pharmacovigilance solution set to transform local literature monitoring. The costly, time-consuming and error-prone...
Neurosteer: introducing a novel brain activity monitor

Neurosteer: introducing a novel brain activity monitor

Neurosteer has developed a three-electrode neurological monitor that provides multiple brain activity biomarkers. Neurosteer has the mission to improve the quality of brain disorder care...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 07

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 07

Exploring the rapidly changing environment of healthcare, Health Europa Quarterly issue 07 delves into environmental and climate-related harm and discusses the evolution of medical...
Cybercriminals: they can steal our data now but in the future may be able to steal our memories too

Cybercriminals: can steal data now but in future could steal memories too

Tech could be used by cybercriminals to exploit memory implants to steal, spy on, alter or control human memories already existing in the form...
Assessing the environmental risk of pharmaceuticals

Assessing the environmental risk of pharmaceuticals

AstraZeneca’s Jason Snape, outlined his company’s approach to the environmental risk assessment of human medicinal products and what more needs to be in place...

Tanycytes: the cells that control body weight and energy balance

New €10m grant funded by the European Research Council set to fund research project delving more into the knowledge regarding tanycytes. Having been awarded with...
The Fool’s Tower: Europe’s oldest building that accommodated mental patients

The Fool’s Tower: Europe’s oldest accommodation for mental patients

Health Europa explores with those involved in managing and expanding the then-hospital for mental patients, Vienna’s Narrenturm (Fool’s Tower). In September, Health Europa travelled to...
Challenges and opportunities in cancer drug development

Challenges and opportunities in cancer drug development

Managing director Professor Heinz Zwierzina of the Cancer Drug Development Forum talks Health Europa through the challenges in the search for new cancer drugs. The...
Sleep and pain relief on demand, from Sana Health

Sleep and pain relief on demand, from Sana Health

Sana Health introduces its neuromodulation device, which is easing pain, improving sleep, and could save many lives. IN 1992, the founder of Sana Health, Richard...
Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging: MetaboliQs Project breakthrough

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging: MetaboliQs Project breakthrough

The MetaboliQs project combines diamond-based quantum sensing and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging fostering molecular understanding & personalised care. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) methods have been...

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