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Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience in Freiburg

Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience


Studying neuronal behaviour at the cellular and molecular level is the main topic of cellular and molecular neuroscience. The investigators in this field therefore apply concepts of molecular biology to the nervous system of animals. Researchers investigate processes such as cell signalling, aspects of developmental neurobiology, sensation and its cellular basis, as well as neural degeneration and repair. Research in Freiburg focuses specifically on aspects of molecular physiology, systemic and cellular neurophysiology, neural circuitry, animal physiology, neurobiology and behaviour. This wide spectrum of approaches makes cellular and molecular neuroscience a relatively dynamic field of research.

 

Principal Investigators

Marlene Bartos

Prof. Dr. Marlene Bartos

marlene.bartos@physiologie.uni-freiburg.de

Johann Bollmann

PD Dr. Johann Bollmann

Systems Neuroscience

Philippe Coulon

PD Dr. Philippe Coulon

Optophysiology

philippe.coulon@biologie.uni-freiburg.de

Prof. Dr. Bernd Fakler

Brita Fritsch

PD Dr. med. Brita Fritsch

brita.fritsch@uniklinik-freiburg.de
Melanie Meyer-Lühmann

Prof. Dr. Melanie Meyer-Lühmann

Neurodegeneration

melanie.meyer-luehmann@uniklinik-freiburg.de

Dierk Reiff

Prof. Dr. Dierk Reiff

dierk.reiff@biologie.uni-freiburg.de

Andrew Straw

Prof. Dr. Andrew Straw

Andreas Vlachos

Prof. Dr. Andreas Vlachos

Neuroanatomy

andreas.vlachos@anat.uni-freiburg.de

  

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