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Dr. Sophie Seidenbecher

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Dr. Sophie E. Seidenbecher

Sektionssprecherin  "Junge NWG"

Referentin für Berufungsangelegenheiten
Technische Universität Nürnberg
Ulmenstraße 52i
90443 Nürnberg

Telefon +49 911 927-41 004
Mobil +49 162 275 86 59

Email: seidenbecher@utn.de

Curriculum Vitae

Education & Work Experience

currently on parental leave
2020 Faculty Recruitment Tenure Track
Wissenschaftliche Referentin, Technical University Munich
2020 Scientific Coordinator, Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology LIN Magdeburg (3 month)
2018 Research Visit, DRCMR, Hvidovre Hospital Copenhagen (3 month research visit with Prof. Ollie Hulme)
2015 - 2019 PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics
“Modeling foraging decisions in fruit flies” with Prof. D. Kvitsiani, DANDRITE, Aarhus University
2012 - 2015 Master of Science in Physics
“Stimulus-dependent drift-diffusion model for perceptual decision making processes
in the brain”, with Prof. E. Schöll, Prof. S. Kiebel (MPI CBS Leipzig, TU Berlin
“Stimulus-dependent drift-diffusion model for perceptual decision making processes (MPI CBS Leipzig, TU Berlin)
2007 - 2012 Bachelor of Science in Physics
“Structure and spectroscopy of charged flavin complexes”, with Prof. O.
Dopfer, Prof. T. Möller (Technical University Berlin)

Publications

  • Seidenbecher S E, Sanders J I, von Phillipsborn A C, Kvitsiani D.
    Reward foraging task and model-based analysis reveal how fruit flies learn value
    of available options
    PLoS One 2020, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0239616
  • Seidenbecher S E, Ritzau-Jost A.
    NFDI Neuroscience: advocating cross-community data management in neuroscience
    Neuroforum 2019
  • Seidenbecher S E.
    Book review: Schluss mit dem täglichen Weltuntergang
    Neuroforum 2019, doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/nf-2019-0026
  • Langer J, Günther A, Seidenbecher S, Berden G, Oomens J, Dopfer O.
    Probing protonation sites of isolated flavins using IR spectroscopy: from lumichrome to the cofactor flavin mononucleotide.
    ChemPhysChem. 2014, doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.201402146