Dimphna Meijer lab

Quantitative Neurobiology

Our lab investigates the development of the central nervous system. The long-term goal of our research is to understand the biophysics of learning and memory. Towards that end, we integrate cryo-electron nanoscopy, molecular and cellular biophysics to resolve the molecular mechanisms that underly synaptic plasticity. Specifically, we study macro-molecular complex formation inside developing neuronal synapses. 

News


Sept 2019
Fiona and Christos, students Nanobiology, start their Master End Project

23 Augustus 2019
Welcome Kasper, our first PhD student
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19 August 2019
Dominique, student Life Science & Technology starts her Bachelor End Project

July-August 2019
Clara Melguizo Ávila joins the lab this summer as Erasmus Exchange Student from Spain

July 2019
Thieme and Larissa successfully defended their BEPs

2 July 2019
TU Delft BioDay

20/21 June 2019
Dutch Neuroscience Meeting, including our 'Neuroscience at the atomic scale' session

11 February 2019
Larissa and Thieme, students Nanobiology, start their Bachelor End Project

17 December 2018
Thieme, B.Sc. student Nanobiology, starts his internship for the Brain and Cognition minor

15 November 2018
Welcome Cátia Frias, our first lab technician

7 November 2018
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