Tomas Eichler is a neurogeneticist trying to understand the mechanisms of how molecules, cells, brains and all of us behave. With the heart of a physiologist and a passion for teaching he hopes to spread science to the public, besides his scientific commitment in interdisciplinary research. He holds a Master´s degree in Genetics from Comenius University, Bratislava. He pursued his PhD in Molecular Biology & Neuroscicence at the Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna. He has been awarded a KLI Writing-Up fellowship to finalize his thesis on Neurogenetics: Neural & Molecular Basis of Behavior.
Projects at the KLI
- Learning How We Wake up from Excited Sleeping Worms, 2017, Fellow Writing-Up