Brain Changes in Response to Long Antarctic Expeditions
Asst. Prof. Dr. Alexander Stahn has led a long duration study to investigate isolation and confinement in Antarctica on the human brain. The results were published in the "New England Journal of Medicine". A social media-video can be found by clicking the picture above (credit: "Social Media Charité").
at the 22nd IAA Humans in Space Symposium 11-14 November, 2019 Dubai, UAE
Yukon Arctic Ultra 2019
For the fourth time, we conduct our study on physiological changes in this extreme environment
Prof. Gunga @ World Health Summit 2018
Interview with "Berliner Zeitung" July 2017
Interview about our research activities (German language)
The Center for Space Medicine Berlin
and Charité Berlin present:
Innovation Exchange 2016 - When Space meets health
In partnership with the European Space Agency.
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"We think cell communication might be tied to gravity-sensing and we are
exploring unexpected changes in human skeletal muscle cell communication
when the force of gravity is not pulling on astronauts."
Prof. Dieter Blottner
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Greetings from ISS
Alexander Gerst wearing the Double-Sensor for "Circadian Rhythms"-Experiment
From Space to Earth
Studies to simulate life in space on earth
From Earth to Space
Technologies and applications to serve men and women in space
Exercise in Extreme Environments
Investigating the physiological impact of the Yukon Arctic Ultramarathon
Cognitive Function in Space
Investigating neuro-cognitive function under simulated conditions of space