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  • Holger Fehlauer

    Holger Fehlauer

    Postdoctoral Research fellow, Molecular and Cellular Physiology

    Bio I am a Postdoc in Dr. Goodman’s lab. Here we investigate (mechano-) sensation of the nematode C. elegans. I am especially interested in the touch response and in the chemo-sensation learning behavior. For these studies I use:
    - Fluorescence microscopy
    - Microfluidic chips
    - Calcium imaging
    - Image and data analysis with ImageJ and Python

    Before coming to Stanford I did my Ph.D. at the University of Cologne, Germany. For this I did my doctoral research at Prof. Kaupp’s lab at the research center caesar in Bonn, Germany. The title of my thesis is: "Single-molecule studies of the ligand binding of a hyperpolarization-activated and cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channel". For these studies I used:
    - Fluorescence, single-molecule microscopy (TIRF)
    - Image analysis with ImageJ
    - Electrophysiology
    - Fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy

    Before starting my doctoral research I studied physics, with focus on optics, at the Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. I did my diploma at Prof. Heisterkamp’s lab at the Laser Center Hannover, Germany. The title of my thesis is: "Plasmonic-based laser transfection". For these studies I used:
    - fs laser pulses
    - Plasmonics at gold nanoparticels
    - Two-photon microscopy

  • Liang Feng

    Liang Feng

    Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests We are interested in the structure, dynamics and function of eukaryotic transport proteins mediating ions and major nutrients crossing the membrane, the kinetics and regulation of transport processes, the catalytic mechanism of membrane embedded enzymes and the development of small molecule modulators based on the structure and function of membrane proteins.