We are very pleased to welcome Kimberly Bösing and Malin Hedstück back to our laboratory. After completing their bachelor’s degree in our laboratory in 2021, we are pleased to also supervise their master’s theses. Malin and Kimberly are working with the poly I:C schizophrenia mouse model that is already established in our lab. Primarily, they will work with cell cultures. They are looking at the effects of poly I:C activated microglial cells on neural stem cells. Malin focuses on the neurospheres, whereas Kimberly focuses on the neurogenesis of the NSCs. Here’s to another great collaboration.