Mission Statement
Our Mission

The mission of the Behring Institute for Medical Research is to research, discover and apply knowledge to improve health, medical education and reduce illness in society. The Behring Institute commits itself to providing our sponsors with quality data from a clinical research institute which excels at accelerated study start-up, rapid enrollment of qualified subjects, and accurate execution of the research requirements in a timely and cost effective manner. We commit to providing our patients with an exceptional research experience given with care and respect. We also commit to maintain a friendly, fair, and creative work environment, which respects diversity and new ideas.
Research rooms at the Behring Institute for Medical Research Campus, Dresden
Leader Position

In realizing its mission, the Behring Institute of Medical Research is committed to serving the whole medical and non-medical world by:

- Play a powerful role in advancing medical research and medical education in Europe

- Conduct research that creates and makes able to apply new knowledge relevant to human health

- Provide innovative and advanced research platforms for the different medical research fields that are currently the prime focus of the Behring Institute for Medical Research

- Continue to develop and maintain leader position in cutting-edge knowledge and technological breakthroughs in medical research and definitions of healthcare.
Emil Adolf von Behring (15 March 1854 &ndash 31 March 1917), after whom this institute is named, was a German physiologist who received the 1901 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, the first one so awarded
Other current research

Studies of Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune Disease The purpose of this study is to see how heavy and prolonged drug abuse affects protection from or risk of developing autoimmune diseases. We are studying heavy drug abusers that have been or are addicted for more then 10 years to "hard drugs".

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Colon Cancer in Non-alcoholic IBS

Colon Cancer The aim of this study is to understand why people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) that is not due to alcohol abuse, are still at increased risk for colon cancer. This condition is called non-alcoholic colon cancer and is researched by extensive tests.

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