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Date:9/7/2012

What does the immune system have to do with blood pressure, and what does the hypertension enzyme ACE have to do with the immune system and cancer? These are questions researchers and clinicians from various disciplines will discuss at the 1st ECRC Franz Volhard Symposium in the Max Delbrck Communications Center (MDC.C) in Berlin-Buch on September 7-8, 2012. The dinner speaker will be Professor Francis Schwarze, a materials scientist at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) in St. Gallen, Switzerland). He has developed a method that makes a new violin sound almost like a Stradivarius.

Professor Annette Grters-Kieslich, dean of the Charit Universittsmedizin Berlin, highlighted the importance of linking basic research with clinical research at the beginning of the symposium. "The aim of this close collaboration is to provide a fast track for using the insights gained from basic research for diagnosis and therapy in patients."

"Interdisciplinary collaboration between researchers and clinicians has been the guiding principle of the Max Delbrck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch since its founding 20 years ago," said Professor Walter Rosenthal, chairman of the board of directors and scientific director of the MDC. He also stressed the importance of the Experimental and Clinical Research Center (ECRC) for clinical research. The MDC and Charit Universittsmedizin have operated the ECRC jointly on Campus Berlin-Buch since 2007, and each contributes six million euros annually to fund the ECRC. Remarking on the planned closer institutional links between the MDC and the Charit, Professor Grters-Kieslich and Professor Rosenthal added, "We want to continue to expand in the future what we have successfully begun here on a small scale."

The organizers of the symposium, Professor Friedrich Luft, director of the ECRC, and Professor Dominik Mller (ECRC) seek to demonstrate that researchers and clini
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