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.
March 9, 2022, Bern NCCR TransCure Career Pathway Lecture
March 19, 2022, Bern Course for highly talented kids: "Unser Körper: ein Stromgenerator!"
August 16, 2022, Bern NCCR TransCure Last Annual Retreat August 17-19, 2022, Bern NCCR TransCure Final Conference
NCCR TransCure events and courses.
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📨The last @NCCR_TransCure newsletter is out! Open innovation, working in the third space & nanopore technology are… https://t.co/m7UckfUljr
The Swiss @NCCR_TransCure network of scientists working on #MembraneTransporters & #Ionchannels organises its "Fina… https://t.co/y5mcuFnyhU
From our groups:
Bosshart PD, Kalbermatter D, Bonetti S & Fotiadis D, The making of a potent L-lactate transport inhibitor, Communications Chemistry volume 4, Article number: 128 (2021)
See also the NCCR TransCure Publication List.
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Highlights of issue #16: Research: Open innovation NCCR network: Working in the third space How it works: Nanopore technology