The NCCR TransCure studies membrane transporters relevant to human diseases by combining the expertise in physiology, structural biology and chemistry.
The NCCR TransCure offers to the fellows an excellent scientific training in a multidisciplinary environment.
The NCCR TransCure supports the career of woman scientists and equal opportunities for researchers.
The NCCR TransCure supports the development of the translational components of the projects.
11.02.2017, SwisswideUN International Day of Girls and Women in Science
23.02.2017, BernTransCure lecture in PhysiologyLaura Prieto Godino, University of Lausanne (CH)
20.-21.+28.03.2017, GenevaPre-seed workshopCall for applications open! Details here.NCCR TransCure events and courses
RT @CH_CompanyMaker: #SCM2017 10 days left to register for the @CH_CompanyMaker workshop in @CampusBiotech Geneva - March 20, 21 & 28. http…
Tomorrow 19.1 @NCCR_TransCure Lecture, P. Mehlen: Dependence Receptor Paradigm: When a bizarre pathway meets clinic https://t.co/vWezB1tQsP
RT @Structure_CP: Membrane proteins watch out, polymer-bounded lipid nanodiscs are coming!!! https://t.co/dpm6YkDE9b https://t.co/dpm6YkDE9b
Ehrnstorfer IA, Manatschal C, Arnold FM, Laederach J & Dutzler R, Structural and mechanistic basis of proton-coupled metal ion transport in the SLC11/NRAMP family, Nature Communications 8, Article number: 14033 (2017).
NCCR TransCure Publication List
The NCCR TransCure newsletter appears twice a year and informs about projects, fellows, publications and events.
Highlights of issue #6:Research: AdiC transporter working mechanismsEvent Report: NCCR TransCure Symposium on Drug DesignHow it works: Drugs targeting ion channels