The Phoenix Wissenschaftspreis was awarded to Jan Siemens

The Phoenix Wissenschaftspreis was awarded for their study “The TRPM2 channel is a hypothalamic heat sensor that limits fever and can drive hypothermia”, which has been published in Science 2016. Jan Siemens is the principal investigator of SFB1158 project A07

More information can be found on their lab's website.

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