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GenSight Biologics S.A

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Gordon Research Conferences incorporated

Board of Trustees Member


Education

PhD.


Web References(21 Total References)


EBSA 2015 | Welcome to the 10th European Biophysics Congress

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Ernst Bamberg, Max Planck Institute for Biophysics, Frankfurt, Germany


Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) | Gensight

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Ernst Bamberg (Max Planck Institute)
Ernst Bamberg is Professor of Biophysical Chemistry at University of Frankfurt, and Director of the Department of Biophysical Chemistry of the Max Planck Institute für Biophysik in Frankfurt. He is the inventor of the optogenetics approach and has been at the fore front of this technology since its discovery.


www.lundbeckfoundation.com

The four European scientists, Bamberg, Hegemann, Miesenböck and Nagel, made the fundamental observations and discoveries and developed light-sensitive molecules that can be introduced into specific types of neuron.
In 2003, Nagel, Bamberg, Hegemann and colleagues described a variant of Channelrhodopsin (ChR2), which allowed more rapid light activation of the associated channel. Nagel and Bamberg supplied ChR2 to the two young American scientists, Boyden and Deisseroth, who then successfully expressed ChR2 in mammalian neurons. Between 2005 and 2007, Hegemann, Boyden, Bamberg, Nagel and Deisseroth worked to develop optogenetic methods for inhibiting and stimulating neurons. Ernst Bamberg, Germany, Professor, is Head of the Dept. of Biophysical Chemistry and Director at the Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.


www.expressgenes.com

Ernst Bamberg, PhD.
Director, Max Planck Institute of Biophysics


Gordon Research Conferences - 2010 Program (Ligand Recognition & Molecular Gating)

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Discussion Leader: Ernst Bamberg (Max Planck Institute of Biophysics)
Ernst Bamberg (Max Planck Institute of Biophysics) "Optogenetics: Channelrhodopsin 2 molecular mechanism and applications in neurobiology"


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