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Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry (MPIB) (Martinsried/Munich)

The Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry (MPIB) is an international basic research institute elucidating the structure and function of proteins to better understand cellular mechanisms as well the pathogenesis of diseases such as cancer, diabetes or Alzheimer's as well as to develop new strategies for therapy. With around 850 employees, the Institute is one of the largest biologically-medically oriented research institutes of the Max Planck Society. Since the founding of the Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry in 1972, MPIB scientists have twice been awarded the Nobel Prize. The research of the Axel Ullrich lab is especially focused on the molecular analysis of cellular signal transduction mechanisms such as receptor tyrosine kinases and their role in cancer. *

 

Period Start 1972-01-01 established
  Group Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science
Product Industry BIOTECH
Persons Person Ullrich, Axel (Max Planck 201102 Director MPI for Biochemistry, Dept. of Molecular Biology)
  Person 2 Mann, Matthias (Max Planck 200808 MPI for Biochemistry)
     
Region Region Martinsried
  Country Germany
  Street 18a Am Klopferspitz
  City 82152 Martinsried
  Tel +49-89-8578-0
    Address record changed: 2020-12-02
     
Basic data Employees E: 501 to 1,000 (2013-04-22)
     
    * Document for �About Section�: 
     
   
Record changed: 2021-06-02

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