Event: caesarium

caesarium: Ion channels - their discovery and role in pharmacology and medicine

5 Sep 2019 19:00 - 21:00 — Research Center caesar

Nobel laureate
gives lecture at research center caesar

Few researchers exist that expand our scientific horizon radically and, at the same time, deepened our understanding of diseases. Among these researchers is Prof. Dr. Erwin Neher from the Max Planck Instiute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen. For his ground breaking work he was awarded - jointly with Bert Sakmann - the Nobel prize for physiology and medicine in 1991. He developed a method that allows to measure small currents in cells, especially nerve cells, creating a way to explore the mystery of the electric currents in the brain. This electrophysical method also accelerated the development and testing of new medicines. The importance of Prof. Nehers research is comparable to the discovery of the DNA double helix by Watson and Crick. Prof. Neher report on his work in his lecture, titlted

"Ion channels: their discovery and role in pharmacology and medicine"

on Thursday, September 5th, 2019, at 7 pm

at research center caesar, Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 2, 53175 Bonn

Do not miss this fantastic chance to meet one of the most eminent researchers alive!

Please note: the number of seats in our auditorium is limited, we therefore recommend your arrival to the lecture prior to 6.30pm. The lecture will also be recorded and published online, potentially including footage of the audience. For further information on data protection at caesar, please see our Privacy policy,

The lecture is in German.

Research Center caesar
Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 2
53175 Bonn