Molecular and transcriptional control of neuronal morphology in health and disease

Mauceri.jpgDaniela Mauceri

Department of Neurobiology
University of Heidelberg
Im Neuenheimer Feld 366
69120 Heidelberg
Germany
 
Phone:  +49-6221-54 16 508
Fax:  +49-6221-54 16 524
eMail:  Mauceri@nbio.uni-heidelberg.de
Website:  https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/izn/researchgroups/mauceri/

Research Summary:

Neuronal cells have a specialized morphology, key to their functioning. Morphological aberrations are hallmarks of many disorders of the nervous system and contribute to its malfunctioning. My group focuses on the identification and functional characterization of the molecular and cellular mechanisms governing neuronal morphology. This basic aspect of my research, spanning diverse pathways and family of molecules, is followed and complemented by exploration of the translational relevance of the findings in the context of different disorders of the nervous system.

Structure of the Group:

Group Leader: Daniela Mauceri
   
PhD Students: Bahar Aksan, Alexandra Merkel
Master Students: Ann-Kristin Kenkel, Javier Sanchez Romero
Assistants: Gasser Elmissiery
Alumni: Christian Litke, Lisa Ruff, Annabelle Schlüter, Netta Ussyshkin
Visiting Scientists: Nicolò Carrano, Luca Franchini, Silvia Pelucchi
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Latest Revision: 2022-03-08
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