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Franziska Schneider

Franziska Schneider (PI; University of Freiburg)

 

Project(s) involved: Baier/Elstner/Hegemann/Schneider

 

Curriculum vitae Franziska Schneider


Born: Jan. 14, 1985 - Berlin, Germany
Affiliation: Institute for Experimental Cardiovascular Medicine
Organization: University Heart Centre Freiburg / Bad Krozingen and Medical School of the Albert-Ludwig University Freiburg
Address: Experimental Cardiovascular Medicine, Elsässer Str. 4, 79110 Freiburg, Germany
Telephone +49 (0) 761 270 63954
Email franziska.schneider@universitaets-herzzentrum.de
www http://www.herzzentrum.de/englisch/departments-sections/experimental-cardiovascular-medicine.html


Scientific vita
2016- Project Leader “Cardiac Optogenetics” at Institute for Experimental Cardiovascular Medicine in Freiburg
3/2015-12/2015 PostDoc at National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, UK
4/2014-2/2015 PostDoc at Humboldt-University Berlin
10/2009-3/2014 PhD under supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Hegemann
10/2004-09/2009 biophysics studies at Humboldt-University Berlin
09/2006-03/2007 biochemistry studies at Université Victor Segalen, Bordeaux II, France


Research fields
Optogenetics, photoreceptors, molecular neuroscience, cardiac biophysics

Awards
2014 Humboldt-Prize for excellent dissertation
2014 dissertation with “summa cum laude”
2010 Humboldt-Prize for excellent diploma thesis
2006/2007 Erasmus stipend

Publications

- B. R. Rost*, F. Schneider*, M. K. Grauel, C. Wozny, C. Bentz, A. Blessing, T. Rosenmund, T. Jentsch, D. Schmitz, P. Hegemann, and C. Rosenmund, “Optogenetic Acidification of Synaptic Vesicles and Lysosomes,” Nature Neuroscience, advance online publication 09 Nov 2015, doi 10.1038/nn.4161
- F. Schneider, C. Grimm and P. Hegemann, “The biophysics of channelrhodopsin”, Annual Review of Biophysics, vol. 44, pp. 167-186, 2015
- J. Wietek, J. S. Wiegert, N. Adeishvili, F. Schneider, H. Watanabe, S. P. Tsunoda, A. Vogt, M. Elstner, T. G. Oertner, and P. Hegemann, “Conversion of Channelrhodopsin into a Light-Gated Chloride Channel,” Science, Vol. 344, no. 6182, pp. 409-412, 2014.
- F. Schneider, D. Gradmann, and P. Hegemann, “Ion Selectivity and Competition in Channelrhodopsins,” Biophysical Journal, vol. 105, pp. 91-100, July 2013.
- M. Prigge*, F. Schneider*, S. P. Tsunoda, C. Shilyansky, J. Wietek, K. Deisseroth, and P. Hegemann, “Color-tuned Channelrhodopsins for Multiwavelength Optogenetics.,” The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2012.
* equal contribution
London, 05.11.2015