Born to be wild - utilizing the common link among mammals to create better translational research models

Charité 3R and Einstein Center 3R have invited Dr. med. Stephan Rosshart to present the wildling mice model and its potential to improve translational research
25.11.2021, 12-1 pm (online)
Abstract by Dr. med. Stephan Rosshart (abbr.)

Mouse models are paramount for research. However, they suffer from major shortcomings like irreproducible results rooted in divergent microbiota among institutions and the fact that the transition from studies in mice to bedside practice in humans rarely works. A vast body of literature shows that lab mice have not only misdirected clinical approaches consuming trillions of euros [1], but also caused fatal outcomes in human trials [23]. The imperative question is: How can we solve these problems!

Please find the complete abstract for this lecture on the Charité 3R website and register here

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