From their website:
“Rostock University was founded in 1419, being the first university in Northern Europe. From the beginning, medicine was and still is an integral part of the research portfolio of the University of Rostock. The University Medicine Rostock (UMR) focuses on the topics regenerative medicine including biomaterial, stem cell research and neurodegeneration as well as medical biotechnology. As largest medical institution of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern we offer a specific feature: Our main areas of research agree with our clinical fields with most patients: casualty, hand and restoration surgery, neurology/psychiatry and the center for heart diseases.”
The hospital is the biggest provider of medical services in the growing region of Rostock, and gives patients access the most modern medical technology. It deals with 170,000 out-patients and 43,000 inpatients a year. As a university hospital, the institute also places high value on new medical research. Fields of research are e.g. implants, stem cells, neurodegeneration, and regenerative medicine.
More on the hospital: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n82vg5GBzY
At the beginning of 2017, the University of Rostock will start a project to network patients with chronic heart disease in rural areas (“HerzEffekt MV”).
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