Prof. Heutink and the Apeiron Trio
On 20 January 2014, the DZNE hosted the 17th installment of the “Music & Brain” series at Forschungszentrum caesar, Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 2, in 53175 Bonn. http://de.amiando.com/mab17
The event began with a talk by Prof. peter Heutink, speaker from the DZNE in Tübingen about "Genetics helps us to understand the biology of disease but can it also deliver on it’s therapeutic promises?“. The lecture was followed by the Apeiron Trio, which played works in c- minor by Ludwig van Beethoven and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Peter Heutink studied Biology at the University of Amsterdam. He received his PhD in human Genetics in 1993 from the Erasmus University Rotterdam where he worked on developing approaches to identify genes for diseases with a complex inheritance. In 1994 he started his own research group at the Erasmus University Rotterdam focusing on identifying genes for human diseases using linkage analysis and positional cloning approaches. In 2003 he moved to the VU University Medical Center where he started the research section of Medical Genomics and helped to build the Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research and the Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam. In 2012 he moved to DZNE Tübingen where he started the research group Genomics for Neurodegenerative Diseases and became the site speaker in 2013.
The Apeiron Trio was founded in 2012 by Zamira Kumarzhanova (piano), Jelena Eskin (violin), and Cosima Streich (violoncello) and has impressed their audience already with a Leipzig debut recital. Winner of the first Cologne chamber music competition, the musicians reflect as soloists as well as ensemble the diverse influences of internationally renowned teachers.As an ensemble the Apeiron Trio focuses particularly on the time of Harald Schoneweg at Cologne Academy of Music and Dance.
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