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Max-Planck-Institut für Experimentelle Medizin

Prof. Dr. Frauke Alves (associated Researchgroup)
Development, optimization and preclinical evaluation of novel therapeutic and diagnostic approaches in oncology by means of molecular imaging with the aim to translate these concepts into clinical practice.
Prof. Dr. Nils Brose
Molecular mechanisms of the development of synapses between nerve cells; molecular mechanisms of neurotransmitter release at synapses
Prof. Dr. Dr. Hannelore Ehrenreich
Molecular-cellular, preclinical and clinical research on acute (stroke, neurotrauma) and chronic (schizophrenia, autism, MS, alcoholism) brain diseases.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Flügel (associated Researchgroup)
Dr. Robert Gütig
We study the computational principles that underlie spike-based information processing and learning in multi-layer neural networks.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Manfred W. Kilimann (Guestgroup)
Supramolekulare Organisation von Neurotransmitter- und Hormon-Freisetzungsstellen; subzelluläre Zielsteuerung von Membranproteinen durch BEACH-Proteine
Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser (associated Researchgroup)
We study the molecular physiology, pathophysiology and restoration of hearing and balance. We aim to elucidate the specialized molecular and cellular mechanisms that enable indefatigable synaptic encoding and transmission of sensory information with submillisecond temporal precision at hundreds per second over hours.
Prof. Klaus-Armin Nave, Ph.D.
Transgenic animal models of neurodegenerative diseases; Genetics and molecular pathology of myelination defects; Control of gene expression in the developing nervous system
Prof. Dr. Tiago Fleming Outeiro (associated Researchgroup)
Prof. Dr. Luis Pardo
We investigate the molecular mechanisms governing the function of ion channels and the role of these molecules in cancer biology with the aim of using the combined knowledge to design specific therapeutic strategies against cancer.
Prof. Dr. Jeong Seop Rhee
Signaling between nerve cells in the brain; transmitter release; synaptic plasticity.
Dr. Manuela Schmidt
Somatosensory Signaling and Systems Biology group

Molecular investigation on nociception and mechanosensation in the vertebrate somatosensory system
Prof. Dr. med. Michael W. Sereda
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, cellular disease mechanism of neurological diseases, remyelination, experimental therapies of hereditary neuropathies, diabetic neuropathy, transgenic animal models
Prof. Dr. Mikael Simons (associated Researchgroup)
Molecular Mechanisms of Myelination and Repair
Prof. Dr. Walter Stühmer (Emeritus)
Structure-function relationships of genetically modified ion channels; physiological function of ion channels during neuronal interaction and cancerogenesis.
Dr. Katrin Willig
Optical Nanoscopy in Neuro Science
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