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March 22 Update: When should I call the Doctor?

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March 21 Update: how do we stop COVID-19?

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March 20 Update: drug treatment strategies for COVID-19

MDI Biological Laboratory President, Hermann Haller, M.D., is currently self-isolating for 14 days after arriving from Germany last week. As a physician scientist, he has experience treating patients with Coronavirus infections, is serving on several taskforces for COVID-19 and is consulting (virtually) with medical professionals on MDI and across the globe. Dr. Haller has been...

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March 19 Update: Splendid Isolation Is Over

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March 18 update from MDI Biological Laboratory President

MDI Biological Laboratory President, Hermann Haller, M.D., is currently self-isolating for 14 days after arriving from Germany last week. As a physician scientist, he has experience treating patients with Coronavirus infections, is serving on several taskforces for COVID-19 and is consulting (virtually) with medical professionals on MDI and across the globe. Dr. Haller has been...

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March 16 update from MDI Biological Laboratory President

MDI Biological Laboratory President, Hermann Haller, M.D., is currently self-isolating for 14 days after arriving from Germany last week. As a physician scientist, he has experience treating patients with Coronavirus infections, is serving on several taskforces for COVID-19 and is consulting (virtually) with medical professionals on MDI and across the globe. Dr. Haller has been...

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Alumni Spotlight: Katharine Bancroft

Katharine Bancroft is a physics major at Haverford College. While she has always had an interest in biology, her true passion is studying soft matter as with a focus on applications. Her long term goal is to pursue a Ph.D. in physics and innovative work in a field such as prosthetic design or battery development....

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The Art of Diagnosis: Recognizing Disease in Paintings

This post by MDI Biological Laboratory faculty member Hermann Haller, M.D., professor and director of the Department of Nephrology and Hypertension at Hannover Medical School in Hanover, Germany, uses the painting "Allegory of Love" by the Florentine painter Agnolo Bronzino to discuss how paintings can be used to teach the art of diagnosis. Haller lectures frequently on the interface between art and medicine.

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Seeking to Regenerate a Kidney from Scratch

In this interview in Regenerative Medicine Network, an online publication, Hermann Haller, M.D., an MDI Biological Laboratory faculty member and director of the Department of Nephrology and Hypertension at Hannover Medical School in Hanover, Germany, discusses the quest to replace lost or damaged kidney tissue, or replace the kidney entirely.

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