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Anders Enjin

Postdoctoral fellow | PhD

I am interested in the neural basis of behavior. My current research focuses on the chemosensory system of Drosophila melanogaster. I apply behavior experiments, imaging and the Drosophila neurogenetic toolbox to study this topic.

I recieved my PhD in 2011 from Uppsala University in the lab of Klas Kullander. For my thesis I studied the development and function of spinal motor circuits in the mouse. I described novel genetic subdivisions of spinal motor neurons and studied these subtypes in models of ALS. In addition, I studied the role of the elusive Renshaw cell in motor output generation. In 2012 I joined the lab of Greg Suh at New York University School of Medicine where I switched from mammalian circuits to Drosophila. While there I developed the methods and ideas that lay the foundation of my work at Lund University.

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E-mail: anders [dot] enjin [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Postdoctoral fellow

Functional zoology

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