The National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR TransCure is an interdisciplinary research network of research groups affiliated to the Universities of Bern, Zurich, Lausanne, and Basel. It is one of the current NCCRs funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). The main focus of this research and education network is on membrane transporters and ion […]
Dear colleagues, dear ion channel aficionados, We would like to inform you about the next international Channelopathy conference to be held June 24-26, 2018 in Chicago on the campus of the Feinberg School of Medicine. This conference follows a similarly themed meeting held two years ago in Paris (www.channelopathy2016.org), and we are aiming to promote […]
Let me share with you this short portrait video of Prof. Nadia Mercader Huber (in Spanish) from the Institute of Anatomy of the University of Bern. Nadia is an outstanding colleague who is interested in cardiac development and regeneration. Currently, she is mainly using the Zebrafish as an animal model. Our group will try to also use […]
November 6, 2017, was a special day for me! I invited Prof. Paul Kucera (former professor of Physiology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland) and Prof. Jan Kucera (currently professor of Physiology, University of Bern, Switzerland), see the picture below. Both have played (and continue to play) an important role in my academic life! Paul Kucera was […]
Learn about the NCCR TransCure project “TRPM4 Channel” with this short video.
The National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) TransCure is an interdisciplinary research network of 19 research groups affiliated to the Universities of Bern, Zurich, Lausanne, and Basel. The main focus of this network is membrane transporter and ion channel research. The NCCR TransCure is one of the current NCCRs funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). NCCRs goal […]
To come in 2018: International Meeting on Ion Channel Diseases It’s our pleasure to announce the 2nd International Channelopathy Meeting, from June 24-26, Chicago 2018, which is dedicated to translational channelopathy research. International researchers and physicians are welcome to share cutting-edge scientific knowledge on ion channel diseases. Please visit our new website.