Hoehn Mathias

Country: Germany
E-mail: mathias@sf.mpg.de

Participation in Working Groups

  • WG4 - Mechanobiological principles of rare and common diseases

Research Interests

Functional and structural networks in healthy and diseased brain; brain plasticity; stem cell mediated cerebral regeneration;

Technologies offered to other EuroCellNet participants

Molecular imaging; cell fate imaging; bioluminescence imaging; imaging reporters for optical imaging; magnetic resonance imaging at ultra-high fields; small animal in vivo imaging; physiological control during imaging of anesthetized animals; image data postprocessing; resting state fMRI; immunohistochemistry;

Technologies sought from other EuroCellNet participants

expertise on molecular pathway analysis; gene expression profiling;


S. Vogel, C. Schäfer, S. Hess, A. Minassian, M. Schwarz, K. Folz-Donahue, C. Kukat, M. Ehrlich, H. Zaehres, P. Kloppenburg, M. Hoehn, M. Aswendt The in vivo timeline of neural stem cell graft differentiation Stem Cell Research 37, 101429, 2019

C. Green, A. Minassian, S. Vogel, M. Diedenhofen, D. Wiedermann, M. Hoehn Persistent quantitative vitality of stem cell graft is necessary for stabilization of functional brain networks after stroke Frontiers in Neurology 10, 335, 2019

Functional networks are impaired by elevated tau-protein but reversible in a regulatable Alzheimer’s disease mouse model Molecular Neurodegeneration 14, 13, 2019

C. Green, A. Minassian, S. Vogel, M. Diedenhofen, A. Beyrau, D. Wiedermann, M. Hoehn Sensorimotor functional and structural networks: intracerebral stem cell grafts after stroke in the mouse J Neuroscience 38, 1648-1661, 2018

F.M. Collmann, R. Pijnenburg, S. Hamzei Taj, A. Minassian, K. Folz-Donahue, C. Kukat, M. Aswendt, M. Hoehn Individual in vivo profiles of microglia polarization after stroke, represented by the genes iNOS and Ym1 Frontiers in Immunology 10, e1236, 2019


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