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Benjamin M. Bader

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Dr. rer. nat Benjamin M. Bader
Dipl.-Biol.
Rostock
NeuroProof GmbH, Head of Molecular Biology
Benjamin M. Bader
Office address
Friedrich-Barnewitz-Str. 4
Rostock, Germany
Contact
benjamin dot bader@uni-rostock dot de
http://wwwmosi.informatik.uni-rostock.de/diemosiris/Members/bb108
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Curriculum


  • since 04/2010: academic staff at Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Rostock
  • since 04/2010: head of Molecular Biology, NeuroProof GmbH, Rostock-Warnemünde, Germany
  • 06/2010: Dr. rer. nat (PhD) on "Spatio-temporal control of Wnt/β -catenin signaling during fate commitment of human neural progenitor cells" University of Rostock, Germany
  • 01/2007-03/2010: PhD student, Research Training Group (DFG-Graduiertenkolleg) Diem-Osiris
  • 05-07/2009 & 03/2010: research visit: Karolinska Institute, Molecular Neurobiology, MBB, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 08-12/2006: scientific assistant, Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Rostock
  • 08/2006: Diploma in Biology, Diploma thesis: "Die Beteiligung des Motorproteins Myosin-Va an der Organellen-Positionierung in dendritischen Dornen primärer Neurone" (The role of Myosin-Va in organelle positioning in dendritic spines of primary cortical neurons in vitro)



Publications



Talks

  • annual meeting of German Society for Cytometry (DGfZ) 2009-10-16 in Leipzig, Germany, oral presentation chosen from abstracts "Quantitative image cytometry: nuclear beta-catenin shuttling during differentiation of human and mouse midbrain progenitor cells"
  • research seminar talk on 2009-10-01 at Lomonossow University, faculty for biology, Moscow, Russia "Quantitative image cytometry: cytosolic/nuclear protein shuttling during differentiation of human and mouse midbrain progenitor cells"
  • seminar series BATS'4 of graduate school dIEMoSiRiS on 2009-09-23 in Rostock, Germany "Signal protein translocation in differentiating human neural progenitor cells in vitro and embryonic midbrain progenitor cells in vivo"
  • research seminar talk on 2009-05-13 at MBB, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden "Signal protein translocation in differentiating human neural progenitor cells in vitro and embryonic midbrain progenitor cells in vivo"
  • dIEMoSiRiS-workshop on 2009-03-11 in Warnemünde, Hotel Hübner, Germany "Signal protein translocation in differentiating human neural progenitor cells"
  • 5th International Stem Cell School, short oral presentation, 2008-10-21 in Berlin, Germany "Neuronal progenitor cell fate: following Wnt-pathway components during glial and neuronal diff erentiation"
  • annual meeting of German Society for Cytometry (DGfZ) 2008-09-17 in Bremen, Germany, oral presentation chosen from abstracts "Signal protein translocation in differentiating human neural progenitor cells: 3D image quantification for a systems biology approach"
  • dIEMoSiRiS seminar on data quality and exchange possibilies on 2008-04-30 in Rostock "Data quality of quantitative image analysis"
  • research seminar of Systems Biology Chair Uni Rostock on 2008-12-12, invited talk, Rostock "Quantitative multi-dimensional analyses of confocal cell images"
  • dIEMoSiRiS-workshop on 2007-11-26 in Yachthafenresidenz "Hohe Duene", Rostock Warnemünde "Quantitative multi-dimensional analyses of confocal cell images"
  • dIEMoSiRiS-workshop on 2007-05-15 in Hotel Stolteraa, Rostock Warnemünde "Wnt-signalling-mediated changes in the cytoskeleton-motorenzym-system"
  • Tutorial on confocal laser scanning microscopy, on 2007-03-21, invited talk, Medical Faculty University of Rostock, "relationship between cytoskeleton and differentiation of neuronal progenitor cells - Leica SP2 AOBS – confocal microscopy for quantitative analyses of morphological changes"
  • seminar series BATS'4 of graduate school dIEMoSiRiS on 2007-02-07 in Rostock "Experimental Biology / Signal Transduction Pathways and Wnt Signaling"[slides only for registered users]
  • seminar series BATS'4 of graduate school dIEMoSiRiS on 2007-01-10 in Rostock "Basics in Cell and Molecular Biology" [slides only for registered users]


References


Prof. Dr. Dieter G. Weiss
University of Rostock, Germany
Cell Biology and Biosystems Technology
www.biologie.uni-rostock.de


PD Dr. Sergei A. Kuznetsov
University of Rostock, Germany
Life Cell Imaging Center
Motor enzymes group
www.biologie.uni-rostock.de

Prof. Dr. Ernest Arenas
Karolinska Institute, Stockholm ,Sweden
Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics
Molecular Neurobiology
www.molneuro.mbb.ki.se/arenas/




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