Short CV/Education and training

  • 1998 – 2002
    PhD, Heidelberg University, Germany

  • 2003 – 2008
    Postdoctoral training, Harvard Medical School, USA

  • Since 2008
    Group leader, Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine

Selected publications

  • Ikeuchi Y.*, Stegmüller J.*, Netherton S., Huynh MA., Masu M., Frank D., Bonni S., Bonni A., 2009, A SnoN-Ccd1 pathway promotes axonal morphogenesis in the mammalian brain, J. Neurosci. (29)13, 4312-21, * equal contribution

  • Huynh M.A., Stegmüller J., Litterman N., Bonni A., 2009, Regulation of Cdh1-APC function in axon growth by Cdh1 phosphorylation, J. Neurosci. (29)13, 4322-7

  • Stegmüller J., Huynh M.A., Yuan Z., Konishi Y., Bonni A., 2008, TGFb-Smad2 Signaling Regulates the Cdh1-APC/SnoN Pathway of Axonal Morphogenesis, J. Neurosci. 28(8), 1961-69

  • Stegmüller J., Konishi Y., Huynh M.A., Yuan Z., Dibacco S., Bonni A., 2006, Cell-intrinsic regulation of axonal morphogenesis by the Cdh1-APC target SnoN, Neuron 50(3), 389-400

  • Konishi Y., Stegmüller J., Mastuda T., Bonni S., Bonni A., 2004, Cdh1-APC controls axonal outgrowth and patterning in the mammalian brain, Science 303(5660):1026-30

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Admissions committee, International Max Planck Research School, Göttingen, Germany


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