Charlie Mix

As a PhD student in CRC854 project B12 I work primarily with Dr. Stefanie Kliche at the Institute of Molecular and Clinical Immunology (Medical Faculty). I investigate the functional relevance of immune cells to support cognitive brain functions and stress protection. I am interested how CD4+ T cells and other immune cell subtypes in the meninges help to cope with traumatic stresss. Therefore I use flow cytometry to analyse the influence of inescapable forced swim stress on the cell composition of the nervous and immune system in WT and different knock out mice.

Education
B.Sc. in Bioanalysis, University of Applied Science, Coburg 2014
M.Sc. in Applied Chemistry, Technical University N├╝rnberg Georg Simon Ohm 2016

Contact information
E-mail: charlie.mix[at]med.ovgu.de or
Telephone: +49(391)-67 17897

Collaborative Research Center 854, project B12