The institute develops and uses molecular simulation, machine learning and bioinformatics tools to investigate neurotransmission in the human brain.
Director: Prof. Paolo Carloni
January, 2023 - Prof. Ana-Nicoleta Bondar associate member of our Institute, will represent Romania as a Biophysical Society Ambassador for three years.
October 25, 2022 - Congratulations to our former Ph.D. student Somayeh Ashgarpour who successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis.
From ion channels to G-protein coupled receptors
The DFG-Research Training Group MultiSenses – MultiScales combines experimental and computational strategies to understand the mechanisms of crossmodal integration of sensory information at multiple scales. IAS-5/INM-9 is one of the members of the DFG-Research Training Group.
Forschungszentrum Jülich is one of three Helmholtz centres to receive funding for joint European research projects as part of the Helmholtz European Partnering programme.
DFG funded the initiative "Functional dynamics of ion channels and transporters" that combines experimental and computational strategies to study ion channels and transporters. IAS-5/INM-9 is one of the members of the DFG-Research Unit.
BioExcel is the Center of Excellence for Computational Biomolecular Research funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. IAS-5/INM-9 is one of the members of the Consortium.
The Key Science Laboratory on Multiscale Simulations of Complex Systems, an initiative between IAS-5/INM-9 and VNU University of Science, Hanoi, VIETNAM.
A novel hybrid MM/CG webserver has been developed by IAS-5/INM-9.
IAS-5/INM-9 is one of the members of STIMULATE, the European Joint Doctorate Program in 'SimulaTIon in MUltiscaLe physicAl and biological sysTEMs'.
Using PET for the Evaluation of Innovative Analgetics with Dual Mode of Action.