Wednesday, 05. December 2018

Thirteenth IMPRS student graduates

On December 4, Lisa Kochen successfully defended her thesis, titled "Application of a developed tool to visualize newly synthesized AMPA receptor components in situ" at the Goethe University (Frankfurt am Main, Germany).

Lisa Kochen (photo by Cyril Hanus)

Lisa Kochen is the first of the fourth-generation students of the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Neural Circuits graduating. She initially worked in the lab of Erin Schuman as a Master student, but then continued her research activities as a doctoral student. As the Fall of 2014, she has been enrolled in the IMPRS for Neural Circuits. We congratulate Lisa on this great achievement.



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