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 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.
Dr. Irina Epstein
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