Dr. Stefanie Poll, née Kleiber

Dr. Stefanie Poll, née Kleiber



Phone: +49 228 43302-482

Email: stefanie.poll@dzne.de


2006 – 2009         B.Sc. Molecular Biology, Westfälische Hochschule, Recklinghausen, Germany

2009 – 2011         M.Sc. Molecular Biology, Westfälische Hochschule, Recklinghausen, Germany

2011 – 2017         Doctoral thesis, Prof. Dr. Martin Fuhrmann, Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), Bonn, Germany

2017                    Dr. rer. nat. (magna cum laude; 0.7), Prof. Michael Pankratz, University of Bonn


Academic Career:

Since 2017           Postdoctoral fellow, Neuroimmunology and Imaging Group, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), Bonn, Germany


Awards and Honors:

2013                    Excellent Presentation on the 4th Retreat of the International Graduate School THEME MedNeuro

2015                    Poster Prize on the 2nd DZNE Bonn Retreat

2019                    DZNE Award

2020                    Publication Prize, among best 5 submissions – Hans und Ilse Breuer Stiftung


List of publications

  1. Articles
  2. Poll S., Mittag M., Musacchio F., Justus L.C., Ambrad Giovannetti E., Steffen J., Wagner J., Zohren L., Schoch S., Schmidt B., Jackson W.S., Ehninger D., Fuhrmann M. (2020) Memory trace interference impairs recall in a mouse model of AD. Neurosci., 23, 952-958.
  3. Kaczmarczyk, L., Bansal, V., Rajput, A., Rahman, R.U., Krzyżak, W., Degen, J., Poll, S., Fuhrmann, M., Bonn, S., Jackson, W.S. (2019) Tagger – a swiss army knife for multiomics to dissect cell type-specific mechanisms of gene expression in mice. ,17(8):e3000374.
  4. Pfeiffer, T.*, Poll, S.*, Bancelin, S.*, Angibaud, J., Inavalli, V.K., Keppler, K., Mittag, M., Fuhrmann, M.*, Nägerl, U.V.* (2018) Chronic 2P-STED imaging reveals high turnover of dendritic spines in the hippocampus in vivo. Elife, 7:e34700, *authors contributed equally.
  5. Reichenbach, N., Delekate, A., Breithausen, B., Keppler, K., Poll, S., Schulte, T., Peter, J., Plescher, M., Hansen, J.N., Blank, N., Keller, A., Fuhrmann, M., Henneberger, C., Halle, A., Petzold, G.C. (2018) P2Y1 receptor blockade normalizes network dysfunction and cognition in an Alzheimer’s disease model. J Exp. Med., 215(6):1649-1663.
  6. Schmid, L.C., Mittag, M., Poll, S., Steffen, J., Wagner, J., Geis, H.R., Schwarz, I., Schmidt, B., Schwarz, M.K., Remy, S., Fuhrmann, M. (2016) Dysfunction of somatostatin positive interneurons associated with memory deficits in an Alzheimer’s disease model. Neuron, 92(1):114-125.
  7. Gu, L., Kleiber, S., Schmid, L., Nebeling, F., Chamoun, M., Steffen, J., Wagner, J., Wagner, J., Fuhrmann, M. (2014) Long-term in vivo imaging of dendritic spines in the hippocampus reveals structural plasticity. Neurosci., 34(42):13948-53.
  1. b) Other publications
  2. Ambrad Giovannetti, E., Poll, S., Justus, D., Kaneko, H., Fuhrmann, F., Steffen, J., Remy, S., Fuhrmann, M. (2018) Restoring memory by optogenetic synchronization of hippocampal oscillations in an Alzheimer’s disease mouse model. bioRxiv, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/363820
  3. Nebeling, F.C., Poll, S., Schmid, L.C., Mittag, M., Steffe, J., Keppler, K., Fuhrmann, M. (2019) Microglia motility depends on neuronal activity and promotes structural plasticity in the            hippocampus. bioRxiv, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/515759