At Basel Museums Night on 20 January 2023, our researchers Carmen Frey, Johanna Otte, Sophie Reckels, Mirjam Münch and Christian Cajochen gave talks on day, night, light and chronotype, kindly hosted at the Natural History Museum in Basel.(more…)
To catalyse any means necessary for the use of (day-)light to improve general health, quality of life and living conditions across the life span, based on biological, psychological and societal needs. For this purpose, the impact of daylight will be systematically assessed, and new tools, applications will be validated and implemented in the fields of vision science and ophthalmology, healthy ageing and clinical practice.
The iHCDP wishes you a happy new year 2023!
The above photo was taken at the first iHCDP retreat in December 2022, where our teams from Tübingen, Munich and Basel shared their research and made plans for the next steps to be taken. We are excited to continue our collaboration in the new year!
We are looking forward to the first iHCDP retreat, which will take place on 5th and 6th December 2022. The event will bring together iHCDP researchers from Munich, Tübingen, and Basel, and will allow the different research topics to be further integrated through a series of workshops.(more…)
The German-language article, entitled "Light therapy alleviates depression and low mood in the dark season," was published in the Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) on Saturday, 27th November 2022.(more…)
On 6th October 2022, the iHCDP scientific advisory board met for the first time in Basel. Thank you to advisory board members Prof. Sara Montagenese, Prof. Dr. Jean-Louis Scartezzini, and Prof. Dr. Michael Bach for visiting us at the Centre for Chronobiology and giving valuable feedback on iHCDP activities!(more…)