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151. [BIPS Project] Post-authorisation safety study of tralokinumab use in pregnancy   Tralokinumab is a biological agent developed for the treatment of moderate to severe atopic dermatitis (AD) and is administered by subcutaneous injection. Tralokinumab is a fully human immunoglobulin…  
152. [BIPS Project] Evaluation of "Bewegung in der Grundschule"   EVA BiG evaluates the program for the promotion of physical activity "Bewegung in der Grundschule" (Physical Activity in Elementary School), which is carried out by the Kreissportbund Bremen-Nord in…  
153. How policies can protect the health and life of millions   Wolfgang Ahrens The covid-19-pandemic may give a different impression, but non-communicable diseases are by far the leading cause of disability and death in Europe. New research shows: These diseases are much better…  
155. Library  
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Date: 23-11-22
Library The institute’s library is a service center for the researchers at BIPS. Our goal is to provide the information needed to support our research quickly, efficiently, and individually. The…  
156. Guiding Principles   Guiding Principles We investigate causes of health problems and develop new concepts for disease prevention in interdisciplinary teams of researchers and technical staff whose expertise covers a…  
157. Departments   Departments BIPS' research is organized in four scientific departments and twelve units (UT) and three research groups. Tel: +49 (0)421 218-56750 Fax: +49 (0)421 218-56941 Scientific Director …  
158. Administration   Reporting and Communication Reporting at the institute level as well as all activities in the context of the regular evaluation of the institute are bundled in the Reporting & Communication…  
159. History  
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Date: 23-11-22
History BIPS is one of the oldest epidemiological institutes in Germany. It was founded in 1981 under the name of "Bremen Institute for Prevention Research and Social Medicine" as a research…  
160. Molecular Epidemiology   Back Rajini Nagrani Head of Unit Contact: Dr. Rajini Nagrani Tel: +49 (0)421 218-56842 Fax: +49 (0)421 218-56821 Email: nagrani(at)leibniz-bips.de More units and research groups …  
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