• Welcome

    The NCCR TransCure studies membrane transporters relevant to human diseases by combining the expertise in physiology, structural biology and chemistry.

  • Education

    The NCCR TransCure offers to the fellows an excellent scientific training in a multidisciplinary environment.

  • Equal Opportunities

    The NCCR TransCure supports the career of woman scientists and equal opportunities for researchers.

  • Technology Transfer

    The NCCR TransCure supports the development of the translational components of the projects.

  • Communication

    The NCCR TransCure supports communication within academia and the dialogue with the general public.


Upcoming events

June 27, 2022, Bern
NCCR TransCure Lecture in Biology
Katelyn Cook, Princeton University, USA

August 12, 2022, Bern
Launch of the learning path "Vitaport - what our body transports"

August 16, 2022, Bern
NCCR TransCure Last Annual Retreat

August 17-19, 2022, Bern
NCCR TransCure Final Conference


NCCR TransCure events and courses.

Your latest data on #MembraneTransporters or #Ionchannels? Only 1 week to submit your abstract! Do not miss this… https://t.co/ft0a1FlX6N

@NCCRMicrobiomes Dear #NCCR colleagues, you'll be more than welcome! Let us know when you're around in #Bern @unibern!

Recent data on #MembraneTransporters or #Ionchannels? Only🔟more days to submit your abstract! Do not miss this op… https://t.co/yJFZQ9oh56

Latest publications & news

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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Research: Open innovation 
NCCR network: Working in the third space
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