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of Magdeburg (DM 3 million)

Hans-Christian Pape graduated in biology from the University of Bochum, obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Essen and then worked as a scientific assistant to Professor Eysel in the department of neurophysiology. After a longer research period in the USA he qualified for a professorship in physiology at the University of Bochum in 1992. In 1993 he won a DFG Heisenberg fellowship and since 1994 has held a C4 professorship and been the director of the Institute for Physiology at the medical school of the University of Magdeburg.

The work of Hans-Christian Pape is dedicated to investigating the plasticity of the visual system, analysing the intrinsic properties of neurons in the cortex, the thalamus and the amygdala and their exposure to the effects of neuromodulators as well as studying the mechanisms of rhythmogenesis in the nervous system and the development of certain types of epilepsy. His work has contributed to understanding the cellular basis of the function of the thalamus as the organ controlling the diurnal rhythm. Hans-Christian Pape's work is characterised by the fact that it covers the various organisational levels of the brain in both conceptual and methodological terms. In the person of Hans-Christian Pape a neurophysiologist is awarded the Leibniz Prize whose scientific conception - in the view of the nominating committee - can lead to major physiological and pathophysiological findings that may also contribute to understanding psychiatric diseases.

Professor Dr. Joachim Ullrich (42), Experimental Physics, University of Freiburg (DM 3 million)

Joachim Ullrich studied experimental physics at the University of Frankfurt am Main where he received his doctorate from the Institute for Nuclear Physics in 1987 and qualified for a professorship in 1994. In 1997 he was offered the chair he is now holding at the University of Freiburg. In the meantime he had worked as a kind of scientific globetrotter at various inst
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Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
emstreier@dfg.de
49-228-885-2250
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
18-Dec-1998


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