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Werner Zuschratter


Head of Special Laboratory since 1992. Areas of scientific interest include: Imaging functional dynamics of neuronal plasticity; High Resolution Fluorescence Imaging (e.g. CLSM, STED, Localization microscopy); Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (e.g. FRET-Biosensors, metabolic mapping); Correlated Light- and Electron Microscopy.

Moritz Berghof

Bachelor's Student

Studies Mechanical Engineering at the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences and is in progress to do his Bachelor at the Special Lab. As he always was interesseted in complex electronic devices and also biological systems, he joint for developing FPGA hardware and software programming as a part of new ultra-sensitive and ultra-fast research camera.

Julia Geißler

Master's Student

Studies at the OVGU Magdeburg to obtain her Master's degree in Statistics. At the institute she participates in analysis and interpretation of FLIM data, including the improvement of parameter estimation and the data model with different numerical convolution techniques.

Ines Kaiser

Project Manager (CNI)

After spending two years at the Technical University of Kaliningrad / Russia and obtaining a degree in European Studies from the Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg I worked over many years as a project manager and consultant in the field of international trade promotion and the internationalization of companies. Since October 2012 I have been responsible for the project management of the DFG-funded Combinatorial NeuroImaging Core Facility, where we aim at professionalizing it as an efficient state of the art research infrastructure and dialogue platform on the national and European level.

Robert Kliem

Bachelor's Student

Qualified graphic and multimedia designer. He is majoring in computational visualistics (computer science) with focus on medicin and is specifically interested in computer vision and machine learning. As a part of an internship he is working on his Bachelor's thesis on the subject "Parallel GPU-based EM-Algotithms for deconvolution of fluorescence-lifetime microscopy images".

Oliver Kobler

Responsible for Microscopic Imaging Techniques (CNI)

Studied Neurobiology at the University of Mainz and Magdeburg. During his doctoral thesis at the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology he addressed the role and dynamics of scaffolding proteins at larval neuromuscular junction (NMJ) of Drosophila melanogaster. In addition he established and applied advanced confocal laser scanning microscopy including super-resolution microscopy like two channel STED and 2D/3D image analysis. Now, as a member of the DFG founded Combinatorial Neuroimaging (CNI) core facility he is responsible for maintaining our various microscope setups as well as training users in their operation and post acquisition image analysis.

Yury Prokazov


Studied experimental methods of physics in Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. Obtained his PhD at Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik of Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg. The research areas of interest are novel methods of time-resolved microscopy and spectroscopy, statistical data processing and imaging.

Torsten Stöter

Software Engineer (CNI)

Studied computer science with focus on data visualization and computer graphics at the University of Magdeburg. My tasks as a software engineer within our Combinatorial NeuroImaging Core Facility is to support our users in image analysis questions, including guidance in analysis programs and methods, but also development of custom tools and plugins when required.

Sybille Tschorn

Technical Assistent

I support our team as lab assistent. My field of work is histolgy and the preparation of samples for confocal-, superresolution- and electron-microscopy. Moreover, I 'm responsible for cell culture work.

Evgeny Turbin

Physicist and Engineer

Studied electronics and automatics in Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. Develops the new techniques of time-resolved spectroscopy and microscopy. The areas of scientific interest include signal processing in picosecond scale timing range, low-noise amplification of fast signals and high resolution low-light image acquisition.

André Weber

PhD Student

Got his diploma in Physics at Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg. He is studying the metabolism of cells of the immune and neuronal system by their NAD(P)H autofluorescence via Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) Microscopy.


Name Phone E-mail
Zuschratter, Dr. Werner  +49-391-6263-92441, 92503
Scientific Staff, Post-doctoral researchers, PhD students, Scholarships
Faber-Zuschratter, Dr. Heidi  +49-391-6263-92391
Herrera-Molina, Dr. Rodrigo  +49-391-6263-93391
Prokazov, Dr. Yury  +49-391-6263-92431
Turbin, Evgeny  +49-391-6263-92431
Weber, Andre  +49-391-6263-92391
Technical Staff, Case Workers and other staff
Kobler, Oliver  +49-391-6263-93221
Tschorn, Sybille  +49-391-6263-93141, 92451
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