Cytology and Evolutionary Biology

We analyse the evolution of the nervous system and of other organ systems in Bilateria with a strong focus on Arthropoda. Specifically, we are interested in the brain architecture and structure of sensory organs in representatives of Crustacea, Myriapoda und Chelicerata. Another focus is the morphology of fossil arthropods including insects in amber. Our methodological spectrum comprizes immunohistochemistry, classical histology, fluorescence microscopy, confocal laser-scan microscopy, x-ray microscopy, electron microscopy and 3D reconstruction.

Contact

Cytology and Evolutionary Biology

Soldmannstr. 23
House 6.1
17489 Greifswald

Secretariat

Kerstin Wulf

Loitzer Straße 26
17489 Greifswald

Tel.: +49 (0)3834 420 4251
Fax: +49 (0)3834 420 4252
zimg.sekretariat@uni-greifswald.de


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Structure and Evolution of Invertebrate Nervous Systems edited by Andreas Schmidt-Rhaesa, Steffen Harzsch and Günter Purschke
Check out our recent research article published in eLife

DFG (German Research Foundation) Research Training Group RTG 2010

The DFG-Research Training Group "RESPONSE" is part of the key field of research ECRA.

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Approach

Approach via motorway exit No. 25 "Greifswald" from motorway A20 to road B109 in the direction of Greifswald.

Continue straight to Grimmer Landstraße (L26) and turn right to Loitzer Landstraße.

Take the first turn left to Soldmannstraße and continue until the end of the road.

By driving through the archway on the right you are approaching the inner courtyard of the Soldmannstraße 23.

Our facilities can be found in House 6.1 on the left, after passing the archway.

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