Motognosis was selected for the BIH Digital Health program

We are happy to announce that the startup Motognosis, which originated from the Neurodiagnostics Labs, was selected for the BIH Digital Health program as part of the new BIH and Startupbootcamp collaboration.

Motognosis has already moved into the Startupbootcamp in Berlin Mitte and is now business coached over the next few months.

From the BIH’s press release:

Startupbootcamp, a global network of industry‐focused start‐up accelerators, runs 20 programs across five continents with a mentor and alumni network in over 30 countries. Startupbootcamp Digital Health Berlin is a leading program in Europe supporting innovative companies combining medical knowledge with smart technologies, with a special focus on behavioral change, big data and analytics, diagnostics and genomics.

“This partnership enables us to facilitate knowhow transfer between digital health start‐ups applying new technologies to advanced healthcare problems and the academic hospital Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin to benefit patients,” says Dr. Rolf Zettl, CFO and Member of the Executive Board of BIH. “We look forward to also explore collaboration opportunities for transformational digital health solutions with the other partners.” Partners include Philips, Sanofi in Germany, Vilua, Deutsche Apotheker‐ und Ärztebank and Munich Re.

The Startupbootcamp program provides 10 globally‐screened digital health start‐ups with hands‐on mentorship from over 100 industry experts, logistics support, office space in Berlin, and access to a global network of corporate partners and investors from across the healthcare industry. Two teams of Charité innovators are co‐located with the program as Entrepreneurs in Residence to benefit from knowhow transfer with start‐ups and mentors.

“This partnership creates common ground for BIH and SBC with the great potential to bring some truly innovative solutions to the heart of German healthcare,” says Lars Buch, Managing Director of Startupbootcamp Digital Health Berlin.

With this initiative, BIH further strengthens its commitment to supporting translational medicine in digital health, amongst other areas, to improve patients’ health and quality of life.


BIH Press Release

Motognosis Post on Facebook

Motognosis Website


Neuroimmunological Colloquium @ AG Paul and NeuroCure/Charité Mitte

Dear Colleagues,

The next Neuroimmunological colloquium will take place on Monday, 30th January, 2017. This session will feature a talk by, Prof Dr. Michael Hoffmann from the University Eye Clinic, Otto von Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany.

Topic: Electrophysiology of Visual Dysfunction


Venue: Campus Charité Mitte, Hufelandweg 6, Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hörsaal 4.

Time:  14:00


We provide continuing education credits by the Deutsche Ärztekammer and graduate student credits for Medical Neuroscience students.

Lunch and light drinks will be provided.

This year 2017 and for the rest of the Semester we have an exciting schedule of national and international presenters with expertise in diverse sub-areas of neuroimmunology.

Our hope is that this seminar will provide a platform to exchange ideas, create new collaborations, re-connect with colleagues and learn about the

novel research at the forefront of our neuroimmunology community.


Please feel free to forward the attached flyer to your colleagues and friends.


Looking forward to seeing you there!


Best regards,

Priscilla Koduah



Priscilla Koduah, PhD Candidate Neurodiagnostics Laboratory and Clinical Neuroimmunology Group NeuroCure Clinical Research Center Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin Charitéplatz 1 10117 Berlin, Germany Email:

New website

Dear visitor,

we are currently in the process of setting up a new web presents for the Neurodiagnostics Laboratory.

Until the new site is ready, you can access our old site or visit us on facebook.

Thank you!