The Role of Bone-residing Adipocyte Progenitors in Age-related Stem Cell Dysfunction and Regenerative Processes Genetic variants and metabolic pathways of type 2 diabetes within the EPIC-Potsdam study Metabolic and molecular effects of two different isocaloric high protein diets in subjects with type 2 diabetes Identification and characterization of a T2D QTL arising from an NZO.DBA mouse cross
Potsdam's scientific institutions published an open letter for a tolerant society, rejecting all expressions of hatred, violence, and intolerance towards people on the basis of their origins, appearance, religion, or other grounds. They position themselves in the ongoing discussion about refugees in the state of Brandenburg, and in Germany. The German Institute of Human Nutrition undersigned the open letter as well.
The mission of the German Institute of Human Nutrition (DIfE) is to conduct experimental and clinical research in the field of nutrition and health, with the aim of understanding the molecular basis of nutrition-dependent diseases, and of developing new strategies for prevention, treatment, and nutritional recommendations.
Scientists at the DIfE pursue these scientific goals by interdisciplinary cooperation comprising a broad spectrum of experimental and epidemiological methods. A particular focus of the institute is research on the most important diseases at present, i.e., obesity, diabetes, and cancer, whose development may involve nutrition-dependent factors.
DIfE is an independent foundation and member of the Leibniz Association, an alliance of scientific institutions.