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.
The NCCR TransCure supports communication within academia and the dialogue with the general public.
28.01.2019, BernTransCure Lecture in Physiology, Jan Loffing
25.03.2019, BernTransCure Lecture in Biology, Camilo Perez
27.03.2019, ZürichTransCure Lecture in Biology, Hendrik van Veen
23.-24.05.2019, Spiez9th Annual Retreat
NCCR TransCure events and courses
Our @NCCR_TransCure PhD student @ClemyDela is today online with @higgsmag ! Follow her and discover how a day of a… https://t.co/l8hyvXxBQs
Die Chemikerin @ClemyDela von der @unibern forscht an den wichtigsten und weitverbreitetsten Krankheiten unserer Ge… https://t.co/tO6EJBweho
RT @SwissIonChannel: On 11 Feb. 2019 - this will be the Int. Day of Women and Girls in Science https://t.co/hiYEIPwTRB … - I would be so g…
Next Monday 14.01, h 16:30 at @unibern, @NCCR_TransCure Lecture by Gail Robertson from @UWMadison, "Cotranslational… https://t.co/eDXRsLqtMz
Kappel S, Borgström A, Stocklosa P, Dörr K, Peinelt Christine “Store-operated calcium entry in disease: Beyond STIM/Orai expression levels“, Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology (2019, in press)
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Highlights of issue #10:Research: the Chemical space and virtual realityNCCR Management: Equal opportunitiesHow it works: kidney stones