Exploring the nervous system and developing new therapies

NeuroCure is a Cluster of Excellence in the neurosciences funded since 2007 by the German federal and state governments (Excellence Initiative), receiving further funding within the Excellence Strategy since 2019. The focus of the Cluster is on investigating neurological and psychiatric disorders. The aim of this interdisciplinary research network is to better understand disease mechanisms and to develop new therapies. Fostering local networks of scientists and their research activities lies at the heart of the Cluster’s efforts. In addition, NeuroCure has established a significant number of new research groups as well as several technological platforms.

By promoting close cooperation between basic science and clinical research, the Cluster aims to more rapidly transfer findings from basic research to clinical application. To facilitate this process, NeuroCure has established its own clinical research center (NCRC) within the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. The NCRC supports researchers in conducting clinical trials, and gives patients access to new therapies and diagnostic options through participation in clinical trials.

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June is Pride Month - We proudly support our LGBTQIA+ colleagues in science.

We would like to take you on a journey into the brain! The content we developed for the exhibition “Nach der Natur” at the HumboldtLab can now also be experienced from our website. 

Why don't you take the time and dive in?


NeuroCure@Humboldt Lab

More information here.