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Former members, Graduates

The neonatal neuroscience group offers to students to join our team and perform a doctoral/diploma thesis.
The following students performed their thesis in our group and we were happy to have them with us. Some of them are still working with us.

 

Medical students

 

 

Daniel Knab / Daniel Knab Daniel Knab

Diploma thesis
The effect of levomepromazine on neonatal excitotoxic brain injury - a murine in vivo study (2017).
   
Daniel Tappeiner / daniel_tappeiner_1 Daniel Tappeiner

Diploma thesis
Effect of secretoneurin in an acute and delayed phase animal model to protect the newborn brain (2017).
   
Marie-Theres Lachinger / 2013-por-013-008-6835 Marie-Theres Lachinger

Diploma thesis
Effekt von Dehydroepiandrosteron in einem Tiermodell der neonatalen hypoxisch-ischämischen Hirnschädigung (2017).
   
Bianca Vejnoska / foto_bianca Bianca-Maria Vejnoska


Diploma thesis
Effekt von Dehydroepiandrosteron-Sulfat in einem Tiermodell der neonatalen Hirnschädigung (2017).
   
Schmid Anna / schmid_anna_vs1 Anna Schmid

Diploma thesis
Effect of secretoneurin in a neonatal animal model of excitotoxic brain injury (2015).

 
   
Katharina Pinzer / dsc02286_v2 Katharina Pinzer

Diploma thesis
Effect of dextromethorphan in neonatal hyperoxic brain injury – an in vitro study (2014).
   
Branko Popadic / branko_popadic_1 Branko Popadic

Diploma thesis
PC12 cells as an in vitro model for evaluation of neuroprotective strategies in neonatal excitotoxic brain injury (2014).
   
Kristina Emde / kristina_emde_vseg Kristina Emde

Diploma thesis
Effect of Levetiracetam and Levetiracetam/Topiramate in an animal model of hypoxic-ischaemic brain injury (2014).
   
Stock Katharina / stock_katharina_vs10 Katharina Stock

Diploma thesis
Effect of levetiracetam against cell death induced by oxygen glucose deprivation in primary hippocampal neurons (2013).
 
   
Nina Lippert / Nina_Lippert Nina Lippert


Diploma thesis
Neuroprotective effects of the sigma receptor agonist 4-phenyl-1-(4-phenylbutyl) piperidine (PPBP) on excitotoxic brain injury in newborn mice (2013).
   
Elke Griesmaier / krepp_yvonne0 Yvonne Krepp


Diploma thesis
Effects of sigma-1 receptor agonist, 2-(4-morpholinethyl) 1-phenylcyclohexanecarboxylate (PRE-084) on inflammation-sensitised hyperoxia mediated injury in the newborn rat brain (2013).
   
Rosanna / rosanna_bodmaier1 Rosanna Bodmaier


Diploma thesis
Sigma-1 receptor expression in an in vivo model of excitotoxic brain injury (2012).
   
Elke Griesmaier / Katharina Neumayer Katharina Neumayer

Diploma thesis
Effect of the selective sigma receptor agonist Pre-084 in a neonatal animal model of inflammation sensitized excitotoxic brain injury (2012).
   
Griesmaier Elke / piegger_thomas Thomas Piegger

Diploma thesis
Evaluation of neuroprotective strategies in neonatal brain injury: administration of granulocyte-colony stimulating factor in a neonatal animal model of hyperoxic brain injury (2011).
   
max_2_kopie Maximilian Jonas Groß

Diploma thesis
Effect of the selective sigma receptor agonist 2-(4-morpholinethyl) 1-phenylcyclohexanecarboxylate (Pre-084) in a neonatal animal model of excitotoxic brain injury (2011).
   
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Katharina Medek

Diploma thesis
Effect of levetiracetam in an animal model of hypoxic-ischemic injury in the neonatal mouse (2011).

   
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Vera Metzler

Diploma thesis
Cerebral G-CSF receptor expression following hypoxic-ischemic injury in the neonatal mouse (2010).

   
gerald1 Gerald Schlager

Diploma thesis
Neurobehavioral outcome after administration of G-CSF/SCF and FL in hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in newborn mice (2009).
 
   
eva_heinz-erian_2 Eva Heinz-Erian

Doctoral thesis
Short term outcome after administration of G-CSF/SCF and FL on hyperoxic-hypoxic ischemic brain injury in newborn mice (2009).
   
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Magalena Pircher

Diploma thesis
Effect of Dextromethorphan on hyperoxic brain injury in newborn rats (2008).

   
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Maria Auer

Doctoral thesis
Dextromethorphan - an "old" drug to protect the newborn brain? (2007).

 

   
edith_kapeller Edith Kapeller

Doctoral thesis
Die Bedeutung der NADPH Oxidase und deren medikamentöse Hemmung für die Entstehung des Hirnschadens bei neugeborenen Mäusen (2005).
   

Michael Dawes (flickr) / Platzhalter

Agnieszka Gorna

Doctoral thesis
Effekt von G-CSF und SCF stimulierter Steigerung der endogenen hämatopoietischen Stammzellen auf das neonatale Gehirn nach exzitotoxischem Schaden (2005).

   

 

Postdoc Students

 

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Gergely Sárközy, MD

G-CSF, SCF and FL in excitotoxic brain injury; role of DM in NMDAR mediated excitotoxic brain injury.

   
Michael Dawes (flickr) / Platzhalter

Zhang Yucai, MD

Role of p75 neurotrophin receptor in NMDAR-mediated excitotoxic brain injury.

   
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Li Yijuang, MD

Role of p75 neurotrophin receptor in NMDAR-mediated excitotoxic brain injury.

     
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Xiangying He, MD

T3 and neonatal brain injury.
 

 
   
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Jingli Yang, MD

Erythropoietin and neonatal brain injury.


Biomedical analyst students

Michael Dawes (flickr) / Platzhalter

Florian Lehne


BMA diploma thesis
Die Rolle des Wachstumsfaktors NGF in dem Entstehungsmechanismus des neonatalen Hirnschadens (2007).
   
Michael Dawes (flickr) / Platzhalter

Sonja Töchterle


BMA diploma thesis
Der Effekt des p75 Neurotrophin Rezeptors auf den exzitotoxischen Hirnschaden neugeborener Mäusen (2006).

 

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