The Hannover Medical School founded in 1965, is a university medical centre in the city of Hanover, in Germany, part of a regional medical network. The MHH is strong in transplantation and stem cell research, regenerative medicine, infection and immune research as well as public health and healthcare systems research. Over 30.000 square metres of laboratories are at the disposal of more than 1,400 scientists on the campus in Gross-Buchholz.
The MHH also performs excellently in the field of patient care, treating more than 57.000 in-patients and well over 385.000 out-patients every year, exploiting the synergy benefits between medical research at the highest level and the most modern diagnostic technologies and therapies. No other clinic in Germany cares for such seriously ill patients as MHH, a major intensive care medical facility. MHH conducts more than 450 solid organ transplants a year, the highest number in Germany, and is the world’s leading clinic in lung transplantation. Additionally, there are about 140 bone marrow and hematopoietic stem cell transplantations a year.