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Dr. rer. nat. Richard Neher

Curriculum Vitae

since 2010

Project Leader, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen

2007 - 2010

Postdoctoral research at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara

2004 - 2007

Doctoral Thesis in Physics at the LMU München

Supervisor: Prof. Ulrich Gerland

2003 - 2004

Diploma in Physics, LMU München

1998 - 2000

Vordiplom in Physics, Universität Göttingen


Dynamic aspects of DNA DNA-slippage and nucleosome dynamics
Dissertation, LMU Munich (2007) Thesis...


An updated list of publications can be found here...

R. A. Neher, W. Möbius, E. Frey and U. Gerland:

Optimal flexibility for conformational transitions in macromolecules
Phys. Rev. Lett., 12.Okt. (2007)

Richard Neher:
Dynamic aspects of DNA
PhD Thesis, LMU Munich (2007)

F. Kuhner, J. Morfill, R. A. Neher, K. Blank, H. E. Gaub:
Force-induced DNA slippage.
Biophys J., 92(7):2491-7 (2007).

W. Mobius, R. A. Neher, U. Gerland:

Kinetic accessibility of buried DNA sites in nucleosomes
Phys Rev Lett., 97(20):208102 (2006).

R. A. Neher, U. Gerland:

Intermediate phase in DNA melting
Phys Rev E., 73:030902 (2006).

R. A. Neher, U. Gerland:
DNA as a programmable viscoelastic nanoelement
Biophys J., 89(6):3846-55 (2005).

R. A. Neher, U. Gerland:

Dynamics of force-induced DNA slippage
Phys Rev Lett., 93(19):198102 (2004).

R. A. Neher, E. Neher:
Applying spectral fingerprinting to the analysis of FRET images.
Microsc Res Tech., 64(2):185-95 (2004).

R. Neher, E. Neher:
Optimizing imaging parameters for the separation of multiple labels in a fluorescence image
Journal of Microscopy., 213:46-62.20 (2004).