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With the support of this prestigious award Tatjana Tchumatchenko will carry out the project MolDynForSyn, which focuses on molecular dynamics for synapses. She and her team study neural circuit function in order to gain new knowledge about neurological diseases such as Huntington’s disease. Tchumatchenko’s project is one of 124 funded projects in the Life Sciences that were selected from a total of 923 applications. If you are interested to join this ambitious project – contact Tatjana directly!
Tatjana was born in Dnipro (formerly Dnipropetrovs’k), Ukraine and came to Germany in 1993. She graduated in Physics from the TU Darmstadt (2006) and gained her PhD in Physics at the Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences, Biophysics, & Molecular Biosciences, Göttingen University (2010). In 2016 Tchumatchenko was awarded the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize (DFG), see our Newsletter No. 3 (May 2016).