Ryglewski Research Group

 

Stefanie Ryglewski, Ph.D., ryglewsk@uni-mainz.de

Group leader

We are interested in the functional diversity of voltage gated calcium channels and its implications for normal neurophysiology ans behavior. We use the versatile genetic model system Drosophila melanogaster for our research.

 

Laurin Heinrich, Ph.D. Student, heinrich@uni-mainz.de

The role of α2δ-subunits in association with voltage gated calcium channels in Drosophila motoneurons

 

Lukas Kilo, Ph.D. Student, kilo@uni-mainz.de

The role of alternative splicing for the functional diversity of cacophony voltage gated calcium channels in Drosophila

 

Chris(topher) Bell, Ph.D. Student, cbell@uni-mainz.de

Accessory subunits as co-players for the functional diversity of voltage gated calcium channels in Drosophila