Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research
Maulbeerstrasse 66, 4058 Basel, Switzerland
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Discipline: Health

Understanding the mechanisms of disease

The Friedrich Miescher Institute is devoted to fundamental biomedical research aimed at understanding the basic molecular mechanisms of health and disease. We communicate and patent our findings to enable their translation into medical application. The FMI focuses on the fields of
  • Epigenetics
  • Growth control
  • Neurobiology
In these fields, the FMI has gained international recognition as a center of excellence in innovative biomedical research.

Training young scientists

Life Sciences - Computer Science - Jan 9
Life Sciences - Computer Science
Michael Stadler has been leading the FMI Computational Biology technology platform since 2008. In an interview, he explains how the platform is set up and how it supports the FMI research groups, he shares what he likes most about his job, and he talks about the future of computational biology.
Life Sciences - Pharmacology - Dec 16, 2019
Life Sciences - Pharmacology

Thanks to their expertise in single-molecule imaging of RNAs, researchers from the group of Jeff Chao at the FMI helped to reveal the biological mechanism of a small molecule that restricts Ewing's sarcoma cell growth.

Life Sciences - Nov 18, 2019
Life Sciences

Congratulations to our FMI group leader Prisca Liberali who is among the 27 life scientists selected this year.

Life Sciences - Oct 22, 2019
Life Sciences

How does the brain control the mechanisms of memory so that it only remembers major events in a constantly changing environment?

Health - Life Sciences - Oct 11, 2019

The European Research Council has awarded one of the prestigious ERC Synergy Grants - the most competitive funding scheme from ERC - to a joint research project of the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, the ETH Zurich and the University of Bristol.

Life Sciences - Event - Sep 26, 2019
Life Sciences - Event

A highlight at the FMI Annual Meeting 2019, which has taken place last week in the Swiss Alps (Grindelwald), was the Award Ceremony: the winners of the Ed Fischer Prize for best thesis, the Max Bur

Life Sciences - Health - Aug 29, 2019
Life Sciences - Health

Although predisposing processes occur earlier, schizophrenia breaks out at young adulthood, suggesting it might involve a pathological transition during late brain development in predisposed individuals.

Life Sciences - Dec 4, 2019
Life Sciences

Animal development is a unidirectional process that steers undifferentiated cells of the early embryo into specialized cell types such as brain, muscle or skin cells.

Computer Science - Oct 27, 2019

Today we are "relaunching" our website. The FMI homepage now has a fresh new look with a clear structure, updated content and new features. Please take some time to browse our website, and learn more about the FMI on the way.

Health - Life Sciences - Oct 11, 2019
Health - Life Sciences

The European Research Council has awarded one of the prestigious ERC Synergy Grants - the most competitive funding scheme from ERC - to a joint research project of the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, the ETH Zurich and the University of Bristol.

Life Sciences - Oct 8, 2019
Life Sciences

Animals are able to attach simple ratings to complex objects in their environment to guide behavior.

Life Sciences - Sep 10, 2019
Life Sciences

The organization of chromatin in the three-dimensional space is complex and requires the help of many proteins, including CTFC.

Life Sciences - Health - Aug 17, 2019
Life Sciences - Health

Deubiquitinases (DUBs) play a general role removing protein-degrading ubiquitins throughout the cell and are not typically known for specificity.





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