Research & Publications
Martin Lange, PhD
completed a PhD program at the Max Planck Institute for molecular biomedicine (Münster, Germany) where he used the zebrafish as a model organism to study the influence of duplicated vegfa genes during blood vessel development in the central nervous system. He is now postdoctoral fellow in the Eichmann lab at the YCVRC, where he extends his research on VEGF signaling towards the mouse lymphatic system using inducible genetic deletions and various cell culture models. His goal is to understand and control lymphatic junction plasticity.
Education & Training
- PhD StudentMax Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine (2018)