Dante Wasmuht


Personal photo - Michael Adamer

Dante Wasmuht

Doctoral Student at the

Rex Richards Building, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QU

dante.wasmuht@sjc.ox.ac.uk

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Interdisciplinary Biosciences
University of Oxford, St. John's College, 2015-2019

Master of Science, Medical Sciences (First Class)
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, 2013-2015

Master of Science, Neuroscience (First Class)
RWTH Aachen University, 2013-2015

Bachelor of Science, Biology
RWTH Aachen University, 2009-2012

Research Projects

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
Master project in the Auditory and Visual System Lab of Prof. Yoram Gutfreund
I did electrophysiological experiments in the optic tectum of barn owls.
I also programmed and designed experimental setups and algorithms
for studying auditory, visual motion and multisensory integration.
The thesis was co-supervised by Prof. Hermann Wagner

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA
I was a Visiting Student at the lab of Prof. Jose Luis Pena
were used a large 3D speaker array to produce free-field auditory motion
in order to complement my project in Israel.

Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos,Toledo, Spain
I did my Bachelor's thesis under the supervision of Prof. Joerg Mey.
I investigated the expression patterns of PPARα after spinal cord injury.
Thesis

B-Tec Project in Tropical Habitat Conservation, Madagascar
I developed and conducted a conservation project monitoring local bird
populations in the northern rain forests of Madagascar.
Have a look at the outcome of the "Mother" project: Paper & Pictures

Interests


Conferences & Workshops

Wasmuht D, Pena JL, Gutfreund Y. Adaptations paradigms for the study of auditory and visual motion in the optic tectum of the barn owl.
23th Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society for Neuroscience, Eilat, Israel, 2014.

Quantifying strucuture in large neural datasets,Columbia University, New York, USA, 2014.

Publications

Wasmuht D, Pena JL, Gutfreund Y. Adaptation paradigms for the study of auditory and visual motion in the optic tectum of the barn owl.
Article in preparation

Fandel D, Wasmuht D, Avila-Martin G, Taylor JS, Galan-Arriero I, Mey, J. Spinal cord injury induced changes of nuclear receptors PPARα and LXRβ
and modulation with oleic acid albumin treatment. Brain Research 1535: 89-105. 2013