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Miriam Reh

Surname Reh
First name Miriam
Nationality German
Present position and title Postdoc, Dr. rer. nat.

Business address

Institute for Ophthalmic Research
University of Tübingen
Elfriede-Aulhorn-Strasse 7
D-72076 Tübingen,

Phone: +49 7071 29-84727
E-mail: miriam.reh[at]

Academic Education

Year Degree University Field of study

2017 -- 2021

Doctoral studies



2014 – 2016








Selected Publications

Peer-reviewed articles

1 Reh, M., Lee, M. J., Schmierer, J., & Zeck, G. (2021). Spatial and temporal resolution of optogenetically recovered vision in ChR2-transduced mouse retina. Journal of Neural Engineering, 18(5), 056013.

2 Dollt, M., Reh, M., Metzger, M., Heusel, G., Kriebel, M., Bucher, V., & Zeck, G. (2020). Low-temperature atomic layer deposited oxide on titanium nitride electrodes enables culture and physiological recording of electrogenic cells. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 14.

3 Ramos, S., Reh, M., Zeck, G., & Heussner, N. (2018, May). Evaluation of short pulse laser damage to the retinal pigment epithelium layer: a key point for the assessment of devices using the nanosecond regime. In Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care VI (Vol. 10685, p. 106850H). International Society for Optics and Photonics.

4 Neudert, O., Reh, M., Spiess, H. W., & Münnemann, K. (2015). X‐Band DNP Hyperpolarization of Viscous Liquids and Polymer Melts. Macromolecular rapid communications, 36(10), 885-889.

5 Neudert, O., Mattea, C., Stapf, S., Reh, M., Spiess, H. W., & Münnemann, K. (2015). Fast-field-cycling relaxometry enhanced by Dynamic Nuclear Polarization. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 205, 70-74.

6 Kurzbach, D., Reh, M. N., & Hinderberger, D. (2011). Nanoscale inhomogeneities in thermoresponsive triblock copolymers. ChemPhysChem, 12(18), 3566-3572.