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Portrait Stefanie Chie

Stefanie Chie

PhD Student, NGN Research Center Klinik für Neonatologie

Abteilungen

Professional experience

After completing her masters in molecular and cellular biology, she wanted to practice a carrier in neurobiology. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree on the affect that human milk has on brain neurodevelopment, specifically on the process of myelination in human cells.

Research focus areas

She is interested in the basic understanding of the neurodevelopment of the brain as well as neurodegenerative diseases. She hopes to understand the overall processes in more detail by using new and alternative methods of research.

Current Projects

  • Sialic Acid and human neurodevelopment: a molecular and cellular approach

Related Projects

  • Influence of early life nutrition on neuronal plasticity in newborn

Publications

  • Chiurazzi, M., Cozzolino, M., Reinelt, T., Nguyen, T., D., Chie, S.E., Natalucci, G., Miletta, M.C. Human milk and Brain Development in Infants. Reproductive Medicine. 2021; 2(2): 107-117.
  • Denoth-lippuner, A., Jaeger, B.N., Liang, T., Royal, L.N., Chie, S.E., Buthey, K., Machado, D., Korobeynyk, V.I., Kruse, M., Munz, C.M., Gerbaulet, A., Simons, B.D., Jessberger, S. Visualization of individual cell division history in complex tissues using iCOUNT. Cell Stem Cell. 2021; 28(11):  2020-2034.