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Curriculum Vitae

Advanced Professional Positions

  • 2001 Full Professor, Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Institute of Physiology
  • 1998 C2-Professor, Eberhard-Karls-University of Tübingen, Institute of Physiology

 Professional Activities, Memberships

  • 2007 Coordinator of the SFB 746 'Functional specificity by coupling and modification of proteins' at the University of Freiburg
  • 2007 Coordinator of Research Area A in the 'Centre of biological signalling studies (BIOSS)', cluster of the German initiative of exellence (EXC294)
  • 2007 Member of the Program Commitee of the German Physiological Society
  • 1999 Leadership of a Junior Research Group at the 'Interdisciplinary Center of Clinical Research (IZKF)', University of Tübingen


  • Schwenk J, Metz M, Zolles G, Turecek R, Fritzius T, Bildl W, Tarusawa E, Kulik A, Unger A, Ivankova A, Seddik R, Tiao JY, Rajalu M, Trojanova J, Rohde V, Gassmann M, Schulte U, Fakler B, Bettler B: Native GABAB receptors are heteromultimers with a family of auxiliary subunits. Nature 465:231-235, 2010.
  • Schwenk, J, Harmel N, Zolles G, Bildl W, Kulik A, Heimrich B, Chisaka O, Jonas P, Schulte U, Fakler B, Klöcker N. Functional proteomics identify cornichon proteins as auxiliary subunits of AMPA receptors. Science 323:1313-1319, 2009.
  • Berkefeld H, Sailer CA, Bildl W, Rohde V, Thumfart JO, Eble S, Klugbauer N, Reisinger E, Bischofberger J, Oliver D, Knaus HG, Schulte U, Fakler B. BKCa-Cav channel complexes mediate rapid and localized Ca2+-activated K+ signaling. Science 314:615-20, 2006.
  • Baukrowitz T, Schulte U, Oliver D, Herlitze S, Krauter T, Tucker SJ, Ruppersberg JP, Fakler B. PIP2 and PIP as determinants for ATP inhibition of KATP channels. Science 282:1141-1144, 1998.
  • Fakler B, Brandle U, Glowatzki E, Weidemann S, Zenner HP, Ruppersberg JP. Strong voltage-dependent inward rectification of inward rectifier K+ channels is caused by intracellular spermine. Cell 80:149-154, 1995.