Q&A: Memory man

You started as a chemist, then you moved into molecular biology and now you are a neuroscientist. Why change fields? Adrian Schröder/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings Strangely, the only people to ask me about this are journalists — my students never ask. I see myself as a scientist who is interested in what’s going on inside of us. It doesn’t matter whether it is chemistry or immunology or neuroscience, I just do research on what I find interesting. The switch from chemistry to immunology did not seem like a big shift when I was young, but immunology to neuroscience was. After about 15 years spent researching immunology I wanted to explore an area of science where there are still big, unresolved questions. The brain is probably the most mysterious subject there…

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