Alumnus

Michalina Hanzel

Michalina Hanzel

PhD Student



Biography:

I have studied Biomedical Sciences at UCL before starting my MRes/PhD studies at King's College London in the Department of Developmental Neurobiology. During my undergraduate studies I worked in Steve Wilson and Nikoletta Kesaris labs.

Currently, I work in Richard Wingate's lab, studying the developmental of cerebellar granule cells. My research interests revolve around the balance between proliferation and differentiation in the brain. During my PhD I visited Mary Beth Hatten lab in Rockefeller University for two months and attended various conferences and courses, including the developmental neurobiology course in Okinawa, Japan.

I am a PhD representative and a secretary for Neureka seminar series. I am also involved in a number of outreach activities, including the DevNeuro Academy.

Links:

KCL PURE: https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/michalina-hanzel%286e117057-36ef-437e-8188-9af4ad82121e%29/publications.html?type=%2Fdk%2Fatira%2Fpure%2Fresearchoutput%2Fresearchoutputtypes%2Fcontributiontojournal
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michalina_Hanzel

Selected publications:

Hanzel M, Rook V, Wingate RJT (2019) Mitotic granule cell precursors undergo highly dynamic morphological transitions throughout the external germinal layer of the chick cerebellum. Sci Rep 9: 15218
Hanzel M, Wingate RJ, Butts T (2015) Ex Vivo Culture of Chick Cerebellar Slices and Spatially Targeted Electroporation of Granule Cell Precursors. J Vis Exp 106: e53421
Butts T, Hanzel M, Wingate RJ (2014) Transit amplification in the amniote cerebellum evolved via a heterochronic shift in NeuroD1 expression. Development 141: 2791-5