Georg Nagel 2014 International Biophysics Congress

Georg Nagel

Georg Nagel studied biology and biophysics at University of Konstanz and was awarded his PhD at University Frankfurt in 1988. After postdoc time at Yale University (1988-1989, New Haven, CT, USA) and The Rockefeller University (1990-1992, New York, NY, USA) he became group leader at the Max Planck Inst. of Biophysics, Frankfurt/M. in 1993. He obtained EMBO and Marie-Curie fellowships for research at the Stazione Zoologica "Anton Dohrn" and the University "Federico Secondo" in Naples, Italy. Since 2004 he is Professor at the Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology and Biophysics of University of Würzburg. Research interests: Membrane Ion Transport: Channelrhodopsins and others; Photoreceptors and Optogenetics. Awards: 2010 Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences, 2010 Karl Heinz Beckurts-Preis , 2012 Klaus Joachim Zülch-Preis, 2013 Louis-Jeantet-Prize, 2013 The Brain Prize of the Grete Lundbeck Foundation

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