Neuron-Glia Interactions in Neural Circuits

AgarwalAmit Agarwal

Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology
Heidelberg University     
Im Neuenheimer Feld 307
69120 Heidelberg, Germany

Phone:  +49-6221-54-6115
Fax:  +49-6221-54-8676
eMail:  agarwal@ana.uni-heidelberg.de
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Research Summary

We combine optophysiological and advanced microscopic techniques, novel mouse genetics tools, single-cell gene expression methodologies and machine-learning-based computational approaches to decipher cellular connectivity and molecular pathways by which neurons and glia interact, interconnect and integrate in neural circuits. The focal aim of the laboratory is to understand the functional significance of these neuron-glia connections in neural networks and their role in cognition, learning and memory. We study how disturbances in these fine cellular interactions can contribute to various neurological disorders ranging from multiple sclerosis to autism.

Structure of the Group

Group Leader:  Amit Agarwal
   
Postdoctoral fellows: 
PhD students: 
Technician:  Silvana Knanbi-Ivanova
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Latest Revision: 2018-05-23
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