𝗦𝘁𝗮𝗿𝘁𝘂𝗽 𝗠𝗮𝗴𝗮𝘇𝗶𝗻: 𝗧𝗶𝗺𝗲 𝗧𝗲𝗹𝗹𝗲𝗿 𝗺𝗲𝗮𝘀𝘂𝗿𝗲𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗶𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝗰𝗹𝗼𝗰𝗸

as part of the "ntv Startup Magazin" that reports on creative and innovative business ideas, we had a visit from Silke Böschen and her team.

Silke wanted to know more about the circadian research at the group of Angela Relógio at the MSH Medical School Hamburg and its applications developed at TimeTeller GmbH

The result was a nice short documentary about circadian rhythms, TimeTeller, and some of our future plans including our together work with the Die Techniker Krankenkasse, the largest statutory health insurance in Germany.

A tasty happy end to our chat was the Portuguese Galão at Café Sul, in the Portugiesenviertel in Hamburg with Angela Relógio, Benjamin Dose and the ntv team.

A big thanks to Silke Böschen and her team, the MSH Medical School Hamburg, Deeksha Malhan, Müge Yalçin, Lisa Gottschlich, the medical students and Rainer Petzina , the Rektor of the MSH, and also to the TK and Thomas Ballast, for participating in the documentary.

You find the documentary here:


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It was an amazing event yesterday in Berlin! I am extremely honoured for receiving the award! On behalf of TimeTeller GmbH and our outstanding team (Benjamin Dose, Deeksha Malhan, Müge Yalçin, you are the best! 😊), a huge thanks to the Startup-Verband, the Jury members of the GERMAN STARTUP AWARDS, and the all ones who have been working with us during the past months! We are working at high speed to reach the patients, and are most grateful to the Die Techniker for support. We are eager to explore collaborations with our pharma partners, and together develop a new generation of time-optimized medicines.



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As part of her cancer research, Prof. Dr. Angela Relógio has been looking for ways to make it easier for patients to take their medication and limit side effects as much as possible. Her solution: the internal clock. To move from basic research to a usable medical product, she founded the company TimeTeller.

Find out in this podcast-episode: The benefits of understanding our own internal clock the potential and limitations of basic research how Angela Relógio perceives working conditions in science and what her day-to-day work as a founder looks like.  You can find her profile here

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What an honour to be nominated for the #GSA24 in the category NEWCOMERIN DES JAHRES 2024! On behalf of TimeTeller GmbH, I am super happy! It has been an extremely hardworking first year with the best team in the world and amazing supporters! A huge thanks to the Startup-Verband, and the Jury members of the GERMAN STARTUP AWARDS! See all you at the TIPI AM KANZLERAMT on May 16, 2024. Congratulations to all nominees! It is an honour to be there with all of you! 😃




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Researcher Angela Relógio optimises chemotherapy via the internal clock with TimeTeller

Angela Relógio was a guest on the podcast EQUALIZER, a podcast where entrepreneurs share their expertise and experiences to motivate women to start up. In conversation with the hosts Marlis Jahnke and Heidrun Twesten, two experienced entrepreneurs, Angela talks about her professional career, which took her from studying physics in Lisbon, Portugal, her doctorate at the EMBL in Heidelberg, her own research group at the Charité and Humboldt University, her move to the Medical School Hamburg and the founding of TimeTeller 2023 in Hamburg.

In a fascinating discussion, the audience learnt more about the "Circadian Rhythm", the support of mentors like Anne-Mette Jensen, the balance between career and family, and the challenges of funding in research and founding. Angela shared fascinating insights into how the internal clocks in our body cells work and much more in EQUALIZER #51.



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We are very happy to share that TimeTeller is part of the top 10 start-ups of the start2grow | Gründungswettbewerb!

The German start-up competition start2grow supports founders and start-ups with innovative and technological business models. After a first evaluation round, a group of 20 pre-selected start-ups were invited to come to Dortmund and pitch for an expert jury. Congratulations to all start-ups and projects!
A huge thanks to the start2grow team for the excellent organization and the fantastic event, which in addition to the pitches, included a Dortmund tour and a great networking party!

Many thanks also for the nice roll-up for TimeTeller, the award, and the really warm welcome in Dortmund!

#start2grow #gründungswettbewerb Wirtschaftsförderung Dortmund


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TimeTeller wins the Rising Star award by WLOUNGE Tech Awards Gala 2023!This was certainly the most glamourous event in which we had the pleasure to participate this year!
A true celebration organized by Mali M. Baum and her WLOUNGE team at the Rotes Rathaus, the town hall of Berlin. Among the guests the Governing Mayor Kai Wegner, Stéphane Ouaki 🇺🇦🇪🇺, representing the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA), and Arne Friedrich who is doing a wonderful work with his Arne-Friedrich-Stiftung supporting equal opportunities for children in need!
We are extremely honoured for the nomination, for participating in this event, and for receiving the Rising Star award. A huge thanks to the WLOUNGE team and the Jury members!
Congratulations to all winners and nominated start-ups, and last but not least congratulations to the extremely hardworking and ever amazing TimeTeller team!!


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Check out the story on the about TimeTeller

Hamburg-based startup TimeTeller, a spin-off from Berlin's Charité hospital, has gained attention by winning multiple awards in 2023 for its work in utilizing knowledge about a person's internal circadian rhythm for drug treatment in medicine.

The innovative approach has earned TimeTeller recognition, including the Founder Award+ and the Health Innovation Award. Click the link to discover how TimeTeller's chronotherapy could reshape healthcare and improve lives.







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The internal clock: A chat with DER SPIEGEL

A few weeks ago DER SPIEGEL visited the research group of Angela Relógio at the MSH Medical School Hamburg to find out more about the circadian clock (our internal 24 h clock). The result was an exciting short documentary where you can learn more about our research, TimeTeller, and some of our projects, including an ongoing study on pediatric oncology with Prof. Dr. Angelika Eggert, director of the Clinic for Pediatric Oncology and Hematology at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
We are very grateful to the MSH our partner university, the scientists of the Relógio group, Deeksha Malhan, Müge Yalçin, Janina Hesse, Nina Nelson, Lisa Gottschlich, the medical students of the MSH, Nicole Neufeld, Caspar Stucke, Belinda Gärtner, and Thies Schnack and Mathis Schneider from DER SPIEGEL.


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TimeTeller GmbH is nominated to the Tech Awards Gala 2023 in the category Rising Start!!

We are extremely honoured to be part of the nominated list and super excited to participate at the Tech Awards Gala 2023! This might be beginning of a wonderful journey! A huge thanks to WLOUNGE and see you in Berlin!


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