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mahessel@uni-muenster.de

Research Projects

  1. Contribution of CRF and 5-HT in the anterodorsal BNST to phasic and sustained fear in freely behaving mice
  • Curriculum vitae

    Education

    since 09/2016: PhD student at the Institute of Physiology I, Universitätsklinikum Münster, under the supervision of Prof. Hans-Christian Pape and Dr. Thomas Seidenbecher
    09/2013-12/2015: Master of Biomedical Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Aachen, Germany
    09/2010-06/2012: Master of Engineering and Technology in Physical and chemical fundamentals of new materials and technologies creation in medicine and biotechnology, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia
    09/2006-07/2010: Bachelor of Technics and Technology in Medical Biophysics, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia
    09/2001-06/2006: Secondary School graduated with Abitur, Saint-Petersburg (St. Petersburg) Russia

    Scientific Activities

    01/2016 – 04/2016: Research assistant in the Jülich Research Center (Forschungszentrum Jülich) ICS-4 Institute of Cellular Biophysics
    04/2015 – 12/2015: Internship and Laboratory assistant in the Jülich Research Center (Forschungszentrum Jülich) ICS-4 Institute of Cellular Biophysics – Master thesis “Characterization of the EAAT1 carrying a naturally occurring mutation associated with familial hemiplegic migraine”
    05/2012 –07/2012: Medical physicist in the Diagnostic Treatment Center of the International Institute of Biological Systems (St. Petersburg) – planning and preparation of radio surgery
    11/2012 – 06/2012: Laboratory assistant in the Institute of Macromolecular Compounds, St. Petersburg, Russian Academy of Sciences – research of physico-chemical properties of glucose sorption
  • Publications

    2011

    1. Zakharova M, Polyakova IV, Groshikova AR, Pisarev OA, Panarin EF (2011)
      Molecular recognition of glucose by artificial receptors of imprinted polymeric network  St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University J. 3: 127–133.