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  • Holger Fehlauer

    Holger Fehlauer

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Molecular and Cellular Physiology

    Bio I am a Postdoc in Dr. Goodman?s lab. Here we investigate (mechano-) sensation of the nematode C. elegans. I am especially interested in the touch response and in the chemo-sensation learning behavior. For these studies I use:
    - Fluorescence microscopy
    - Microfluidic chips
    - Calcium imaging
    - Image and data analysis with ImageJ and Python

    Before coming to Stanford I did my Ph.D. at the University of Cologne, Germany. For this I did my doctoral research at Prof. Kaupp?s lab at the research center caesar in Bonn, Germany. The title of my thesis is: "Single-molecule studies of the ligand binding of a hyperpolarization-activated and cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channel". For these studies I used:
    - Fluorescence, single-molecule microscopy (TIRF)
    - Image analysis with ImageJ
    - Electrophysiology
    - Fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy

    Before starting my doctoral research I studied physics, with focus on optics, at the Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. I did my diploma at Prof. Heisterkamp?s lab at the Laser Center Hannover, Germany. The title of my thesis is: "Plasmonic-based laser transfection". For these studies I used:
    - fs laser pulses
    - Plasmonics at gold nanoparticels
    - Two-photon microscopy

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