Verflixt! Es sieht so aus, als wenn Sie einen veralteten Browser benutzen. Wir empfehlen Ihnen dringend Ihren Browser zu aktualisieren.
Weitere Informationen über Browser und Updates finden Sie hier

IRTG 1830

University of Kaiserslautern, Saarland University & University of Alberta (Edmonton, CA)

Dysfunction of membrane proteins and of protein compartmentalization can seriously compromise normal functioning of cells and organs, and has been implicated in detrimental diseases. Moreover, altered activity of many membrane proteins causes dramatic effects on developmental and cellular adaptation processes in animal and plant cells. The IRTG 1830 aims to investigate selected membrane transporters, protein targeting and translocation across biological membranes, protein folding, and the role of membrane proteins in developmental processes and diseases. It covers renowned senior and young academics of two German universities and from the University of Alberta at Edmonton (Canada). The IRTG 1830 offers an outstanding training environment for graduate students in the area of membrane biology. All trainees will complete a research stay of at least six months at the partner institution and international workshops and a guest scientist program, practical training courses as well as soft skill modules will further facilitate the integration of graduates into the scientific community and will complete their qualification for leading positions in academia, research institutes and industry.


IRTG 1830
University of Kaiserslautern, Saarland University & University of Alberta (Edmonton, CA)
Erwin-Schroedinger-Strasse 22
67663 Kaiserslautern
Forschung & Entwicklung
Forschung & Lehre