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Faculty of Mathematics

 

Career

  • 2013-: Postdoctoral researcher, University of Cambridge
  • 2009-2013: Doctoral student, Department for Cellular and Developmental Biology of Plants, Bielefeld University, DE
  • 2003-2009: Bachelor/Master student, Bielefeld University, DE

Research

Stephanie is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in the Goldstein research group.  Her current research focuses on the biological and biophysical aspects of development and embryonic cell sheet curling in Volvox and its relatives.

 

Publications

  • Höhn S, Honerkamp-Smith AR, Haas PA, Kirkegaard JB and Goldstein RE, "Variability and regulation of morphogenesis in Volvox", under preparation

  • Höhn S and Hallmann A, "Distinct shape-shifting regimes of bowl-shaped cell sheets - embryonic inversion in the multicellular green alga Pleodorina californica", BMC Dev Biol 16, 35 (2016).

  • Höhn S, Honerkamp-Smith AR, Haas PA, Khuc Trong P and Goldstein RE, "Dynamics of a Volvox embyo turning itself inside out", PRL 114, 178101 (2015). 

    See also Physics Viewpoint by A. Boudaoud, Physics 8, 39 (2015).

  • Höhn S and Hallmann A, “There is more than one way to turn a spherical cellular monolayer inside out: type B embryo inversion in Volvox globator”, BMC Biol 9, 89 (2011).

Publications

The noisy basis of morphogenesis: Mechanisms and mechanics of cell sheet folding inferred from developmental variability.
PA Haas, SSMH Höhn, AR Honerkamp-Smith, JB Kirkegaard, RE Goldstein
– PLoS Biology
(2018)
16,
e2005536
Distinct shape-shifting regimes of bowl-shaped cell sheets - embryonic inversion in the multicellular green alga Pleodorina.
S Höhn, A Hallmann
– BMC developmental biology
(2016)
16,
35
Dynamics of a $Volvox$ Embryo Turning Itself Inside Out
S Höhn, AR Honerkamp-Smith, PA Haas, PK Trong, RE Goldstein
– Physical review letters
(2015)
114,
178101
Using in vivo Optical Sectioning to Investigate Mechanical Aspects of Volvox Development
AR Honerkamp-Smith, S Hoehn, H Wioland, PA Haas, PK Trong, RE Goldstein
– Biophysical Journal
(2015)
108,
459A
There is more than one way to turn a spherical cellular monolayer inside out: type B embryo inversion in Volvox globator.
S Höhn, A Hallmann
– BMC Biol
(2011)
9,
89

Research Group

Biological Physics and Mechanics

Room

H0.03

Telephone

01223 337859