About Jörg Hanrieder

CV: 2011-07-01 - PRESENT Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden Dept. Chem. and Biol. Engineering, Analytical Chemistry Postdoctoral Fellow (funded by the swedish research council, VR) 2011-01-01 - 2011-06-30 Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden Dept. Pharmaceutical Bioscience, Toxicology and Drug Safety Research Associate 2006-01-06 - 2010-12-31 Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden Dept. Physical and Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry Ph.D. Student, Supervisor: Prof. Jonas Bergquist, Prof Ulf Hellman, Dr. Malin Andersson PhD thesis: Title: "Cerebrum Illuminans - Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Protein and Peptide Dynamics in Neurological Diseases" 2005-09-15 - 2005-12-15 The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, Australia School of Molecular and Biomedical Science Research Assistant 2005-04-01 - 2005-06-01 Ohio University, Athens, OH, USA Visiting scholar at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry (ISEP-scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD) 2000-10-01 - 2005-07-31 University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany Chemistry Research: The molecular interactions and mechanisms identified with this approach will reveal potential therapeutic targets for pharmaceutical treatment of the disease.

ToF-SIMS Imaging Elucidates Spinal Cord Lipid Dynamics in ALS

Hanrieder et al. published their paper on elucidation of spatial lipid dynamics in post mortem spinal cord of patients suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. The data reveal an ALS associated increase of proinflammatory lipid mediators and metabolites in confined regions of the ventral spinal cord. The data give insight in potential mechanisms underlying motor neuron degeneration in ALS. The paper is available online at Nature’s Scientific Reports: www.nature.com/srep/2014/140612/srep05266/full/srep05266.htmlFigure 5

NEW PAPER!!! Exciting Data on ToF SIMS Imaging in Molecular Neurotoxicology

Hanrieder et al. at the NCIMS just published a study on ToF SIMS based molecular imaging for studying effects of neonatal exposure to the environmental toxin BMAA. In an animal model, neurochemical long term changes in the hippocampus upon neurotoxin exposure were studied. The results show BMAA induced metabolite regulations in distinct hippocampal regions that are mainly associated with protein aggregation , neuronal degeneration and astrogliosis. The Paper is now online at ACS Chemical Neuroscience http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cn500039b cn-2014-00039b_0009