Hassan Hosseini (PhD Student)
Hassan did an interdisciplinary master in cognitive psychology, mathematics and physics which quickly raised his interest in neuronal correlates of higher brain function in Tehran University. This led him to a 2nd master degree in system neuroscience at the University of Oldenburg. Later, he started his master project at the Charité in the lab of Prof. Rosemund. His thesis focused on changes in synaptic transmission and fusion machinery in a rare disease called “Baker-Gordon Syndrome”. His current research interest is to study major input and output region of the Locus coeruleus through a combination of electrophysiology, optogenetics, and mouse behavior.
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