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Department of Molecular Physiology

Our Team


        Prof. Stephan Frings
    Research interests: Sensory signal transduction
    Expertise: Electrophysiology
    Office hours: Tuesdays + Thursdays, 12 am -1 pm
    Room: 001
    Phone: +49 (0)6221 54 5661
    Fax: +49 (0)6221 54 6162
    e-mail: frings@uni-hd.de

Dr. Frank Möhrlen
    Research interests: Sensory signal transduction
    Expertise: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology
    Room: 002
    Phone: +49 (0)6221 54 5887
    e-mail: moehrlen@uni-hd.de

Franziska Neureither (PhD student)

Anne Hahn (PhD student)
    Research interest: Chloride channels and cystic fibrosis
    Expertise: Biochemistry, Electrophysiology
    Zimmer: 004
    Tel: +49 (0)6221 54 5663
    e-mail: anne.hahn@cos.uni-heidelberg.de

Friederike Auer (PhD student)

Gabriele Günther (Technical assistant)

Former members of our team:

Dr. Federica Genovese (2012-2016) PhD project on the trigeminal modulation of olfactory signal processing
 
Dr. Weiping Zhang (2012-2015) PhD project on the role of anoctamin chloride channels in the cerebellum
 
Dr. Kerstin Vocke (2007-2013) PhD project on the regulation of anoctamin chloride channels by calmodulin
 
Dr. Kristin Dauner (2009-2013) PhD project on the expression and regulation of anoctamin chloride channels
 
Dr. Semir Jeridi (2007-2013) PhD project on the molecular identification of calcium-gated chloride channels
 
Dr. Philipp Daiber (2007-2012). PhD project on the trigeminal modulation of olfactory receptor neurons
 
Dr. Daniel Gilbert (2002-2006): PhD project on chloride homeostasis in dorsal root ganglion neurons
 
Dr. Hiroshi Kaneko (2000-2007): Postdoc project on chloride accumulation in olfactory receptor neurons
 
Dr. Daniel Klimmeck (2004-2009): PhD project on calcium-gated chloride channels
 
Dr. Katharina Lehmeyer-Funk (2004-2009): PhD project on the role of chloride regulation in inflammatory hyperalgesia
 
Dr. Ulrich Mayer (2004-2008): PhD project on the proteome of olfactory sensory cilia
 
Dr. Nicole Ungerer (2004-2009): PhD project on the regulation of olfactory cAMP-gated ion channels by calcium-calmodulin
 
Dr. Clemens Prinz zu Waldeck (2004-2009): PhD project on the gating of olfactory cation channels by cAMP
 
Dr. Thomas Hengl (2006-2010): PhD project on chloride-based signal amplification in olfactory sensory neurons and nociceptors


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