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Andreas Heuer

Assistant Professor in Neuroscience


Scopus ID: 37121979900

Orcid: 0000-0003-0300-7606

Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andreas_Heuer  

Andreas Heuer

TEAM

Andreas studied Psychology (BSc) at the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands and Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. After obtaining a MSc in Neuropsychology at Maastricht University, Andreas conducted his doctoral research at Cardiff University in the Brain Repair Group under the tutelage of Steve Dunnett and Anne Rosser where he used simple and complex behavioural tasks to assess lesion-induced deficits and graft-induced behavioural recovery in a rodent model of Parkinson's disease. Andreas has conducted two post-doctoral periods at  Lund University, with Malin Parmar (working on the preclinical assessment of dopaminergic human ES cell grafts) and Martin Lundblad (working on the detection of Dopamine release from transplants) from 2013-2016 , and Tomas Björklund (using chemogenetics to manipulate cell activity) from 2016-2018 focussing on the selective and reversible modulation of cell activity using chemogenetics.


Andreas was awarded a post-doc stipend by the Swedish Society for Medical Research (SSMF) and subsequently an establishing grant by the Swedish Research Council (VR) to start his independent research group in June 2018 focusing on brain-behaviour relationships  and disase modelling. 

Matilde Negrini 

PhD student

 

Scopus: 57201472074

Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Matilde_Negrini

Matilde has studied Biotechnology at the University of Padua (Italy). Then she has completed her Master degree in Cellular and Molecular Biotechnology at the University of Trento (Italy) and the practical part as a research placement at Lund University (Sweden), in the Translational Neurogenetics Group. She has since completed the preparatory PhD course "Human Biology" financed by a  grant form the Parkinsonsfonden. Matilde's project involves the generation and characterisation of a novel alpha-synuclein overexpression model of Parkinson's disaese.


In August 2018 Matilde started her doctoral studies on the assessment of non-motor deficits in a novel alpha-synuclein overexpression model. Her current projects involve the use of molecular biology, AAV vector production, complex behavioural testing, electrochemical recordings and opto/chemogenetics.


Andreas Heuer

Francesco Gubinelli

Post doctoral researcher


Scopus ID: 57213690991

Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Francesco_Gubinelli

 


Francesco got his Undergraduate degree in Applied Clinical Psychology and Medicine in University of Rome - La Sapienza working on PTSD. He completed a MSc in Molecular Biotechnology at Jagiellonian University, Kraków - Poland working on stem cells derived extracellular vesicles (EVs) for cardiac regeneration. In December 2019 he obtained his PhD in CEA-MIRCen (Paris) working within the EU Marie-Curie Grant in the development of an injectable hydrogel for cellular therapy in Parkinson's Disease.


Francesco joined BNL in February 2020 for his post doctoral research project. He will focus on the behavioural characterisation of our novel AAV-vector based preclinical rodent model of Parkinson's disease.

Giuseppe Tomasello

MSc student (Catania University, Italy)

 

Giuseppe is conducting his MSc research with us in the 2020/21 semester. His research project will focus on disease modelleing and the assessment of Viral Vectors for transgene expression.

Swantje Hauser

BSc Student (Vienna University, Austria)

 

Swantje is joining the BNL in January 2020. She will be working on the development of viral vectors for gene therapy. Her focus will be on investigation into the immune response after injection of AAV vectors into the midbrain as part of her BSc degree. Swantje is joined supervised by BNL and Marcus Davidsson at Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, USA. 

Anita Mehrdadian

Project student (Lund University)

 

Anita will conduct a summer research project in our group with Francesco. Anita will study the effects of alpha-synuclein overexpression on non-motor symptoms in a choice reaction time task in rats.

Previous lab members:

Manuela Rizzi

ERASMUS training

Trento University, Italy

Tommie Ros

MSc student

Maastricht University, NL

Wilson Stewart-Murray

MSc student

Keele University, UK

Armelle Gesnik

MSc student

CPE Lyon, France

Celeste Tahershamsi

Medical exchange student

Canada

Naomi King

MSc student

Nottingham University, UK

Luca Cimino

MSc student

Trento University, Italy

Christine Wang

Medical exchange student

Canada

(Lab)life

Naomi's last day: Beer & Dumplings

Ice cream Tuesdays :-)

Photoshoot for our new AAV-production methods submission.

Successfull implantation of an optrode for the new fiber-photometry system.

Coding club continues on zoom

Luca graduated in Italy! BRAVO Luca!

UniStem Day 2020

Happy 21st Birthday!!!

DIS student exchange vistit to BMC - Naomi and Matilde explaing histology and electrochemistry

Hello World : BMC Coding club in action

Floor christmas party

BNL at NECTAR 2019 in Cardiff

Parkinsonskåne visits Lund University

Last day of summer BBQ

Marcus in the news!!!

First year as PhD student and still smiling :-)

Welcoming our 2 Candian exchange students, great to have you in the lab!

Labretreat: Day at the beach joined with the Ottoson lab

Two legends of dopamine

Look who's back :)

Barry Everitt visiting :-)

Woman in STEM

Introducing our work to the BMC

Easterbunny visit to BNL

CPR Training 2019

Whiteboardart 2019

Pizza Night

Pancake day

Optogenetics team

The Queen of BMC has left! Good luck at KAVLI Vale!

Spontaneous afterwork

First Echem recordings in mice! #Teameffort

First IHC 

Fokuserade

Electronmicroscopy

Happy Birthday Marcus

Traditional Christmas dinner with the Bourgine lab and BNL

Christmas time at BNL

Luca building optrodes

ERC training camp 2018

Need for sugar

Dissecting embryos

Goodbye Marcus!

Matilde's first day as PhD student: Let the journey begin

The new equiptment has arrived: Optogenetics, Soldering, Operant boxes

Great new colleagues

korvhuset

Italian Sunday lunch

Matilde welcoming the newst team member

The new labspace

#Lablife

NECTAR Conference in Dublin 2017

The amazing brain - Lund University

Teambuilding

Dunnett/Rosser #BRG

Afterwork

Malmö reptile center

Literature search

Nailing of Thesis: Dr. Davidsson

Cake or Death! #Fika

Summer BBQ 2018

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