Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH)

Established in 1987 as the first center for basic research in molecular neurobiology in Germany, the Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg has today seven institutes, the Department of Excellence for Neural Information Processing, four research groups, four guest groups, the senior research group Biosynthesis of Neural Structures and six core facilities.
Falkenried 94, 20251 Hamburg


The Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH) was founded in 1987 in the Department of Medicine at the Universität Hamburg. It was the first research center in Germany to focus on molecular neurobiology.

The ZMNH research institutes and research groups are dedicated to special aspects of molecular neurobiology, which interested parties can find out about on the research websites of the individual institutes and groups, on the ZMNH publications page and at ZMNH seminars as well as other scientific events.

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