Neuroscience - Research Groups

Research Group of Matthias Kaschube

Assembly, function, and maintenance of brain circuits

Research in my group focuses on the following three questions:

  1. Brain circuits are formed combining genetic and sensory information. This process involves complex network interactions on various levels. What is the interplay of the different factors leading to the development of cortical circuits?
  2. Cortical circuits produce rich patterns of electrical activity, which are thought to underlay perception, behavior and reasoning. What are the relevant features of these patterns supporting such cognitive phenomena? What circuit components do they depend on?
  3. Brains are remarkably robust. The functionality of cortical circuits is maintained despite significant turnover on cellular, subcellular and molecular levels. How is this robustness achieved?

Fellow Detail

Members

Bastian Eppler

PhD Student

Office: 1|400 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47437

Deyue Kong

Deyue Kong

PhD Student

Office: 1|300 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47503

Sigrid Trägenap

PhD Student

Office: 1|300 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47503

Maren Wehrheim

Maren Wehrheim

PhD Student

Office: 1|301 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47607

Jonas Elpelt

Jonas Elpelt

Master Student

Office: 1|301 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47607

Dayana Khadusch

Dayana Khadush

Master Student

Office: 2|400 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47501

Thomas Lai

Thomas Lai

Master Student

Office: 1|400 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47437

Feron Basoeki

Feron Basoeki

Bachelor Student

Office: 1|300 (FIAS)
Phone: +49 69 798 47503

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