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Huisken Lab

The Huisken Lab is a so called Max Planck Research Group (MPRG). Leaders of MPRGs are appointed by the President of the Max Planck Society and enjoy an independent status within the society. In addition to the generous funds from the Max Planck Society the research in the lab is currently funded by the European Research Council (ERC Consolidator Grant) and the EMBO Young Investigator Programme (YIP).

Huisken Lab News

June 28
Jan
gives a talk on High Throughput Whole-Embryo Imaging with Contactless Light Sheet Microscopy
at the SLAS High-Content Screening Conference in Dresden.

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June 20
Laura Roberson
from UW Madison visits us for a week

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June 15
Jan gives a talk on Smart and gentle light sheet microscopy to uncover the secrets of zebrafish development
at the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim.

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June 9
Michaela defends her thesis Imaging and Reconstructing the beating Heart and its Morphogenesis with Summa cum laude!

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May 25

Karin Prummel from Christian Mosimann's Lab visits us for four weeks

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May 24
Gopi defends her thesis Pan-embryo Cell Dynamics - Multidimensional imaging uncovers the blueprint of zebrafish development with Summa cum laude!

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