The goal of the NCCR TransCure educational program is to train doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in translational research of membrane transport.
The training offers a theoretical and practical expertise on the role of membrane transporters in human diseases with a focus on drug development. Moreover, visiting courses and scientific events dealing with the latest topics pertinent to the TransCure network give young scientists an excellent opportunity to get in contact with researchers from related scientific fields.
Prof. Ernst Niggli
NCCR TransCure - Delegate for Education
University of Bern
Department of Physiology
Tel. + 41 31 631 87 30
For more detailed information:
Dr. Carsten Knigge
NCCR TransCure - Administrative Coordinator
University of Bern
Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine
Tel. +41 31 631 36 22
December 18, 2013
Pascale Anderle, Hediger Group
Microarrays: An overview from wetlab to data analysis and interpretation.
Cellular transport assays.
Paola Bezzi, Andrea Volterra
Imaging dynamics of vesicular transporters.
Karl-Heinz Altmann, Martin Lochner, Jean-Louis Reymond
Ligand design and drug screening approaches.
August 11-15, 2013
BioMedical Transporters Conference, St. Moritz. Young Investigators Session and Poster Session.
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April 22/23, 2013
Pascale Anderle/Hediger Group
Basic statistics and analysis of small and large data sets made easy:
March 12, 2013
Bruno Vogt, Daniel Fuster
Minisymposium Nephrologie (d/engl.)
August 19 - 25, 2012
Electron Crystallography Workshop
April 30 - May 2nd, 2012
Ion channels and transporters and their role in calcium signaling
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Sept 1st - 2nd, 2011
Ion Channels in Physiology, Disease, and as Drug Targets.
July 5 - 7, 2011
Expression, Purification, Crystallization and Structure Determination of Membrane Proteins