Dr Johannes Kohl

Johannes Kohl

University position

Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow

Departments

MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Institutes

Harvard University and Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Email

jkohl@mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk

Research Themes

Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

Systems and Computational Neuroscience

Interests

Neural circuits underlying social behaviours

Research Focus

Keywords

Neural Circuits

Innate Behaviour

Information Processing

Clinical conditions

No direct clinical relevance

Equipment

Behavioural analysis

Calcium imaging

Confocal microscopy

Electrophysiological recording techniques

Fluorescence microscopy

Immunohistochemistry

Intracellular recording

Microscopy

Optogenetics

Viral tracing

Whole cell patch clamp

Collaborators

No collaborators listed

Associated News Items


    Publications

    2016

    Kohl J, Autry AE, Dulac C (2016), “The neurobiology of parenting: A neural circuit perspective.” Bioessays doi: 10.1002/bies.201600159

    Renier N, Adams EL, Kirst C, Wu Z, Azevedo R, Kohl J, Autry AE, Kadiri L, Umadevi Venkataraju K, Zhou Y, Wang VX, Tang CY, Olsen O, Dulac C, Osten P, Tessier-Lavigne M (2016), “Mapping of Brain Activity by Automated Volume Analysis of Immediate Early Genes.” Cell 165(7):1789-802

    2015

    Kohl J, Huoviala P, Jefferis GSXE (2015), “Pheromone processing in Drosophila.” Curr Opin Neurobiol 34:149-57

    Schneider R, Hosy E, Kohl J, Klueva J, Choquet D, Thomas U, Voigt A, Heine M (2015), “Mobility of calcium channels in the presynaptic membrane.” Neuron 86(3):672-9

    2014

    Kohl J, Ng J, Cachero S, Ciabatti E, Dolan MJ, Sutcliffe B, Tozer A, Ruehle S, Krueger D, Frechter S, Branco T, Tripodi M, Jefferis GSXE (2014), “Ultra fast tissue staining with chemical tags.” PNAS 111(36): E3805-14

    2013

    Kohl J, Ostrovsky AD, Frechter S, Jefferis GSXE (2013), “A bidirectional circuit switch reroutes pheromone signals in male and female brains.” Cell 155, 1610-23

    2011

    Kohl J, Jefferis GSXE (2011), “Decoding the fly brain.” Curr Biol 21(1):R19-20