Browse Articles

  • Resource |

    This work describes comprehensive transcriptomic sequencing from murine thalamic pathways. By integrating this molecular information with anatomical and functional features, this study reveals a repeated architecture across thalamocortical systems.

    • James W. Phillips
    • , Anton Schulmann
    • , Erina Hara
    • , Johan Winnubst
    • , Chenghao Liu
    • , Vera Valakh
    • , Lihua Wang
    • , Brenda C. Shields
    • , Wyatt Korff
    • , Jayaram Chandrashekar
    • , Andrew L. Lemire
    • , Brett Mensh
    • , Joshua T. Dudman
    • , Sacha B. Nelson
    •  & Adam W. Hantman
  • Resource |

    Multi-omic analyses of transcriptional, chromatin occupancy and chromatin interaction dynamics in hippocampal excitatory neurons of adult mice upon activation by status epilepticus or novel context exploration reveals short- and long-lasting changes.

    • Jordi Fernandez-Albert
    • , Michal Lipinski
    • , María T. Lopez-Cascales
    • , M. Jordan Rowley
    • , Ana M. Martin-Gonzalez
    • , Beatriz del Blanco
    • , Victor G. Corces
    •  & Angel Barco
  • Technical Report |

    Fecher et al. devise an approach to isolate cell-type-specific mitochondria from the mouse CNS. They demonstrate proteomic diversity of cerebellar mitochondria covering bioenergetics, calcium handling and organelle contact sites.

    • Caroline Fecher
    • , Laura Trovò
    • , Stephan A. Müller
    • , Nicolas Snaidero
    • , Jennifer Wettmarshausen
    • , Sylvia Heink
    • , Oskar Ortiz
    • , Ingrid Wagner
    • , Ralf Kühn
    • , Jana Hartmann
    • , Rosa Maria Karl
    • , Arthur Konnerth
    • , Thomas Korn
    • , Wolfgang Wurst
    • , Doron Merkler
    • , Stefan F. Lichtenthaler
    • , Fabiana Perocchi
    •  & Thomas Misgeld
  • Article |

    Huang and colleagues functionally map a brain circuit connecting the amygdala and the spinal cord that is altered after nerve injury and contributes to chronic pain.

    • Junting Huang
    • , Vinicius M. Gadotti
    • , Lina Chen
    • , Ivana A. Souza
    • , Shuo Huang
    • , Decheng Wang
    • , Charu Ramakrishnan
    • , Karl Deisseroth
    • , Zizhen Zhang
    •  & Gerald W. Zamponi
  • Article |

    Breen et al. map RNA editing profiles in cortical samples from individuals with schizophrenia and controls, and find links between altered RNA editing in glutamatergic and postsynaptic density genes and schizophrenia genetic risk architecture.

    • Michael S. Breen
    • , Amanda Dobbyn
    • , Qin Li
    • , Panos Roussos
    • , Gabriel E. Hoffman
    • , Eli Stahl
    • , Andrew Chess
    • , Pamela Sklar
    • , Jin Billy Li
    • , Bernie Devlin
    • , Joseph D. Buxbaum
    • , Schahram Akbarian
    • , Jaroslav Bendl
    • , Kristen Brennand
    • , Leanne Brown
    • , Andrew Browne
    • , Alexander Charney
    • , Lizette Couto
    • , Greg Crawford
    • , Olivia Devillers
    • , Enrico Domenici
    • , Michele Filosi
    • , Elie Flatow
    • , Nancy Francoeur
    • , John F. Fullard
    • , Sergio Espeso Gil
    • , Kiran Girdhar
    • , Attila Gulyás-Kovács
    • , Raquel Gur
    • , Chang-Gyu Hahn
    • , Vahram Haroutunian
    • , Mads Engel Hauberg
    • , Laura Huckins
    • , Rivky Jacobov
    • , Yan Jiang
    • , Jessica S. Johnson
    • , Bibi Kassim
    • , Yungil Kim
    • , Lambertus Klei
    • , Robin Kramer
    • , Mario Lauria
    • , Thomas Lehner
    • , David A. Lewis
    • , Barbara K. Lipska
    • , Stefano Marenco
    • , Lara M. Mangravite
    • , Kelsey Montgomery
    • , Royce Park
    • , Thanneer Malai Perumal
    • , Mette A. Peters
    • , Chaggai Rosenbluh
    • , Douglas M. Ruderfer
    • , Geetha Senthil
    • , Hardik R. Shah
    • , Solveig K. Sieberts
    • , Laura Sloofman
    • , Lingyun Song
    • , Patrick Sullivan
    • , Roberto Visintainer
    • , Jiebiao Wang
    • , Ying-Chih Wang
    • , Jennifer Wiseman
    • , Eva Xia
    • , Wen Zhang
    •  & Elizabeth Zharovsky
  • News & Views |

    A new study sheds light on how sensitivity to communication sounds is established in the brain. Juvenile finches raised with tutors of either the same or different species always learned the tutors’ songs. Cortical neurons developed selectivity for the learned song by tuning for its secondary acoustic features.

    • Aaron Williams
    •  & Maria N. Geffen
  • Article |

    Gehrlach et al. show how the posterior insular cortex processes and modulates diverse internally and externally generated aversive states, and they dissect the functional contribution of segregated projections mediating inhibition of ongoing behaviors.

    • Daniel A. Gehrlach
    • , Nejc Dolensek
    • , Alexandra S. Klein
    • , Ritu Roy Chowdhury
    • , Arthur Matthys
    • , Michaela Junghänel
    • , Thomas N. Gaitanos
    • , Alja Podgornik
    • , Thomas D. Black
    • , Narasimha Reddy Vaka
    • , Karl-Klaus Conzelmann
    •  & Nadine Gogolla
  • News & Views |

    Chronic pain is associated with anxio-depressive comorbidities, but the neuroanatomical substrates remain unknown. A specific serotonergic pathway from the dorsal raphe nucleus to the lateral habenula via the central amygdala is now uncovered as a key neural circuit governing comorbid depressive symptoms in chronic pain.

    • Anke Tappe-Theodor
    •  & Rohini Kuner
  • Article |

    Zhou et al. report a novel 5-HT circuit from the dorsal raphe nucleus to somatostatin-expressing neurons in the central nucleus of the amygdala that partially mediates depressive-like behavior in a mouse model of chronic pain.

    • Wenjie Zhou
    • , Yan Jin
    • , Qian Meng
    • , Xia Zhu
    • , Tongjian Bai
    • , Yanghua Tian
    • , Yu Mao
    • , Likui Wang
    • , Wen Xie
    • , Hui Zhong
    • , Na Zhang
    • , Min-Hua Luo
    • , Wenjuan Tao
    • , Haitao Wang
    • , Jie Li
    • , Juan Li
    • , Ben-Sheng Qiu
    • , Jiang-Ning Zhou
    • , Xiangyao Li
    • , Han Xu
    • , Kai Wang
    • , Xiaochu Zhang
    • , Yong Liu
    • , Gal Richter Levin
    • , Lin Xu
    •  & Zhi Zhang
  • Review Article |

    While we sleep, the brain replays memories of our experiences during the day. In this review, Klinzing et al. provide a concise overview of how the sleeping brain transforms and builds persisting memories through this process.

    • Jens G. Klinzing
    • , Niels Niethard
    •  & Jan Born
  • News & Views |

    Repeat-associated non-AUG (RAN) translation generates toxic repeat proteins from pathological repeat expansions found in certain neurodegenerative disorders, including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and frontotemporal dementia. How to suppress RAN translation has so far been unknown. A new study now reports a selective regulator of RAN translation identified in a genetic screen in yeast.

    • Saskia Hutten
    •  & Dorothee Dormann
  • Article |

    Researchers identify a transcriptional network engaged in stress-resilient mice that is regulated by a previously unstudied transcription factor, Zfp189, and elucidate molecular mechanisms controlling this network and resilience behavior.

    • Zachary S. Lorsch
    • , Peter J. Hamilton
    • , Aarthi Ramakrishnan
    • , Eric M. Parise
    • , Marine Salery
    • , William J. Wright
    • , Ashley E. Lepack
    • , Philipp Mews
    • , Orna Issler
    • , Andrew McKenzie
    • , Xianxiao Zhou
    • , Lyonna F. Parise
    • , Stephen T. Pirpinias
    • , Idelisse Ortiz Torres
    • , Hope G. Kronman
    • , Sarah E. Montgomery
    • , Yong-Hwee Eddie Loh
    • , Benoit Labonté
    • , Andrew Conkey
    • , Ann E. Symonds
    • , Rachael L. Neve
    • , Gustavo Turecki
    • , Ian Maze
    • , Yan Dong
    • , Bin Zhang
    • , Li Shen
    • , Rosemary C. Bagot
    •  & Eric J. Nestler
  • Article |

    Neural populations often encode unknown variables. Chaudhuri et al. develop a method to decode unknown variables by finding shapes in neural data. They show that a mammalian brain circuit of thousands of neurons constructs a navigational compass with only a one-dimensional ring of stable activity states.

    • Rishidev Chaudhuri
    • , Berk Gerçek
    • , Biraj Pandey
    • , Adrien Peyrache
    •  & Ila Fiete
  • Article |

    Using data from rats and humans, the authors study the time it takes to make sensory judgments. The authors define the new regularity as the time–intensity equivalence in discrimination (TIED), which provides a mechanistic basis of Weber’s law.

    • Jose L. Pardo-Vazquez
    • , Juan R. Castiñeiras-de Saa
    • , Mafalda Valente
    • , Iris Damião
    • , Tiago Costa
    • , M. Inês Vicente
    • , André G. Mendonça
    • , Zachary F. Mainen
    •  & Alfonso Renart
  • Article |

    Like humans, songbirds learn to communicate vocally early in life. Moore and Woolley taught birds the songs of a different species to identify how vocal experience and auditory tuning mechanisms create neural representations of communication sounds.

    • Jordan M. Moore
    •  & Sarah M. N. Woolley
  • Article |

    Everyday decisions require choosing among multiple options. This work derives the optimal decision policy and shows how it can be approximated by a biologically plausible neural circuit and how this circuit can reproduce observed behavior.

    • Satohiro Tajima
    • , Jan Drugowitsch
    • , Nisheet Patel
    •  & Alexandre Pouget
  • Article |

    This study identifies eight significant genetic associations with intrusive reexperiencing of trauma in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from the Million Veteran Program (MVP), a large biobank focused on US veterans.

    • Joel Gelernter
    • , Ning Sun
    • , Renato Polimanti
    • , Robert. Pietrzak
    • , Daniel F. Levey
    • , Julien Bryois
    • , Qiongshi Lu
    • , Yiming Hu
    • , Boyang Li
    • , Krishnan Radhakrishnan
    • , Mihaela Aslan
    • , Kei-Hoi Cheung
    • , Yuli Li
    • , Nallakkandi Rajeevan
    • , Frederick Sayward
    • , Kelly Harrington
    • , Quan Chen
    • , Kelly Cho
    • , Saiju Pyarajan
    • , Patrick F. Sullivan
    • , Rachel Quaden
    • , Yunling Shi
    • , Haley Hunter-Zinck
    • , J. Michael Gaziano
    • , John Concato
    • , Hongyu Zhao
    •  & Murray B. Stein
  • Brief Communication |

    Tost et al. show that urban green space exposure improves well-being, particularly in people dwelling in relatively deprived areas and showing less prefrontal activity during emotion processing, a neural signature that is linked to mental health risk.

    • Heike Tost
    • , Markus Reichert
    • , Urs Braun
    • , Iris Reinhard
    • , Robin Peters
    • , Sven Lautenbach
    • , Andreas Hoell
    • , Emanuel Schwarz
    • , Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
    • , Alexander Zipf
    •  & Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg
  • Brief Communication |

    A nucleotide repeat expansion in the C9orf72 gene is the most common cause of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The mutation causes production of aberrant proteins by an enigmatic form of translation. Yamada et al. identify that RPS25 is required for this form of translation.

    • Shizuka B. Yamada
    • , Tania F. Gendron
    • , Teresa Niccoli
    • , Naomi R. Genuth
    • , Rosslyn Grosely
    • , Yingxiao Shi
    • , Idoia Glaria
    • , Nicholas J. Kramer
    • , Lisa Nakayama
    • , Shirleen Fang
    • , Tai J. I. Dinger
    • , Annora Thoeng
    • , Gabriel Rocha
    • , Maria Barna
    • , Joseph D. Puglisi
    • , Linda Partridge
    • , Justin K. Ichida
    • , Adrian M. Isaacs
    • , Leonard Petrucelli
    •  & Aaron D. Gitler
  • Article |

    Detecting and responding to noxious stimuli is essential for survival. Wee et al. show that noxious stimuli elicit intense and widespread activity in zebrafish oxytocin neurons, which promote defensive behavior by activating hindbrain premotor neurons.

    • Caroline L. Wee
    • , Maxim Nikitchenko
    • , Wei-Chun Wang
    • , Sasha J. Luks-Morgan
    • , Erin Song
    • , James A. Gagnon
    • , Owen Randlett
    • , Isaac H. Bianco
    • , Alix M. B. Lacoste
    • , Elena Glushenkova
    • , Joshua P. Barrios
    • , Alexander F. Schier
    • , Samuel Kunes
    • , Florian Engert
    •  & Adam D. Douglass
  • News & Views |

    Misfolded protein aggregates are a classical hallmark of many neurodegenerative diseases. By combining a mouse model of misfolded protein injection and a brain network model of misfolded protein diffusion, a study now finds a strong link between the stereotypical spreading patterns of neurodegeneration, protein expression and anatomical connectivity.

    • Ellen Kuhl
  • News & Views |

    Mosquito-borne virus infections, such as West Nile and Zika, have debilitating cognitive effects that persist despite recovery from encephalitis. Garber et al. identify mechanisms by which antiviral T cell persistence after recovery from infection leads to impairments in cognition via virus-specific mediation of microglial synapse elimination.

    • Karen Krukowski
    •  & Susanna Rosi
  • Article |

    Henderson et al. use quantitative pathology mapping and network modeling to show that α-synuclein pathology spreads through a neuroanatomically connected network, guided by selective vulnerability and genetic risk factors.

    • Michael X. Henderson
    • , Eli J. Cornblath
    • , Adam Darwich
    • , Bin Zhang
    • , Hannah Brown
    • , Ronald J. Gathagan
    • , Raizel M. Sandler
    • , Danielle S. Bassett
    • , John Q. Trojanowski
    •  & Virginia M. Y. Lee
  • Q&A |

    There is disagreement on how best to define and investigate fear. Nature Neuroscience asked Dean Mobbs to lead experts from the fields of human and animal affective neuroscience to discuss their viewpoints on how to define fear and how to move forward with the study of fear.

    • Dean Mobbs
    • , Ralph Adolphs
    • , Michael S. Fanselow
    • , Lisa Feldman Barrett
    • , Joseph E. LeDoux
    • , Kerry Ressler
    •  & Kay M. Tye
  • Article |

    Guo et al. show that synaptic alterations in ACC pyramidal neurons underlie social impairments in Shank3 mutant mice and that selective activation of ACC pyramidal neurons or enhancing AMPAR function improves social behavior in these mice.

    • Baolin Guo
    • , Jing Chen
    • , Qian Chen
    • , Keke Ren
    • , Dayun Feng
    • , Honghui Mao
    • , Han Yao
    • , Jing Yang
    • , Haiying Liu
    • , Yingying Liu
    • , Fan Jia
    • , Chuchu Qi
    • , Taylor Lynn-Jones
    • , Hailan Hu
    • , Zhanyan Fu
    • , Guoping Feng
    • , Wenting Wang
    •  & Shengxi Wu
  • Article |

    Green et al. find that, when their internal heading estimate is rotated via neural stimulation, flies turn their body in a direction that aims to return their heading estimate back to its previous value. This suggests the heading estimate is compared with an internal goal to guide navigation.

    • Jonathan Green
    • , Vikram Vijayan
    • , Peter Mussells Pires
    • , Atsuko Adachi
    •  & Gaby Maimon
  • Article |

    Laboy-Juárez et al. show that barrel cortex neurons in mice are tuned for elementary multi-whisker sequences that represent tactile motion, using a computation similar to motion direction selectivity in vision. These findings provide a novel view of columnar organization.

    • Keven J. Laboy-Juárez
    • , Tomer Langberg
    • , Seoiyoung Ahn
    •  & Daniel E. Feldman
  • Article |

    The authors find that olfactory bulb inputs and outputs sample overlapping but distinct odor subspaces. Physical–chemical properties used to characterize odorants are not well represented in bulb activity, urging further search for better descriptors of odor space.

    • Honggoo Chae
    • , Daniel R. Kepple
    • , Walter G. Bast
    • , Venkatesh N. Murthy
    • , Alexei A. Koulakov
    •  & Dinu F. Albeanu
  • Article |

    SFRP1, an ADAM10 inhibitor, is elevated in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Antibody-mediated neutralization of its activity stalls brain alterations and cognitive loss in AD-like mice, supporting SFRP1 as a potential target for disease therapy.

    • Pilar Esteve
    • , Javier Rueda-Carrasco
    • , María Inés Mateo
    • , María Jesús Martin-Bermejo
    • , Jonathan Draffin
    • , Guadalupe Pereyra
    • , África Sandonís
    • , Inmaculada Crespo
    • , Inmaculada Moreno
    • , Ester Aso
    • , Paula Garcia-Esparcia
    • , Estrella Gomez-Tortosa
    • , Alberto Rábano
    • , Juan Fortea
    • , Daniel Alcolea
    • , Alberto Lleo
    • , Michael T. Heneka
    • , José M. Valpuesta
    • , José A. Esteban
    • , Isidro Ferrer
    • , Mercedes Domínguez
    •  & Paola Bovolenta
  • Resource |

    Targeting genes to specific cell types is valuable for basic science and gene therapy. The authors describe a collection of AAVs containing synthetic promoters targeting a broad range of neuronal cell types in mice, non-human primates and humans.

    • Josephine Jüttner
    • , Arnold Szabo
    • , Brigitte Gross-Scherf
    • , Rei K. Morikawa
    • , Santiago B. Rompani
    • , Peter Hantz
    • , Tamas Szikra
    • , Federico Esposti
    • , Cameron S. Cowan
    • , Arjun Bharioke
    • , Claudia P. Patino-Alvarez
    • , Özkan Keles
    • , Akos Kusnyerik
    • , Thierry Azoulay
    • , Dominik Hartl
    • , Arnaud R. Krebs
    • , Dirk Schübeler
    • , Rozina I. Hajdu
    • , Akos Lukats
    • , Janos Nemeth
    • , Zoltan Z. Nagy
    • , Kun-Chao Wu
    • , Rong-Han Wu
    • , Lue Xiang
    • , Xiao-Long Fang
    • , Zi-Bing Jin
    • , David Goldblum
    • , Pascal W. Hasler
    • , Hendrik P. N. Scholl
    • , Jacek Krol
    •  & Botond Roska
  • Resource |

    Using a large task battery spanning motor, cognitive, social and affective domains, this functional MRI (fMRI) study provides a comprehensive functional map of the human cerebellum, along with a comparison to maps derived from anatomy and resting-state fMRI data.

    • Maedbh King
    • , Carlos R. Hernandez-Castillo
    • , Russell A. Poldrack
    • , Richard B. Ivry
    •  & Jörn Diedrichsen
  • Resource |

    Sun et al. built a comprehensive atlas of inputs to major types of GABAergic interneurons in the prefrontal cortex of mice. Through three-dimensional reconstruction of neural morphology, the authors classified input neurons and identified novel neural circuits.

    • Qingtao Sun
    • , Xiangning Li
    • , Miao Ren
    • , Mengting Zhao
    • , Qiuyuan Zhong
    • , Yuqi Ren
    • , Pan Luo
    • , Hong Ni
    • , Xiaoyu Zhang
    • , Chen Zhang
    • , Jing Yuan
    • , Anan Li
    • , Minmin Luo
    • , Hui Gong
    •  & Qingming Luo
  • Article |

    Genetic techniques to manipulate autonomic nerves in a tumor- and fiber-type-specific manner in rodent models of breast cancer reveal that sympathetic nerve denervation or parasympathetic nerve stimulation suppresses breast cancer growth and progression.

    • Atsunori Kamiya
    • , Yohsuke Hayama
    • , Shigeki Kato
    • , Akihiko Shimomura
    • , Takushi Shimomura
    • , Katsumasa Irie
    • , Ryosuke Kaneko
    • , Yuchio Yanagawa
    • , Kazuto Kobayashi
    •  & Takahiro Ochiya
  • Article |

    Parietal neurons encode the information gains that saccades are expected to bring for subsequent actions independently of economic utility, consistent with a boost in neural gain to facilitate the implementation of sampling policies.

    • Mattias Horan
    • , Nabil Daddaoua
    •  & Jacqueline Gottlieb
  • Obituary |

    On April 13, the neuroscience community lost a remarkable scientist and true humanitarian. Paul Greengard, co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2000, Vincent Astor Professor and head of the Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience at the Rockefeller University in New York City, died of an apparent heart attack at age 93. Paul will be remembered for his seminal contributions to neuroscience, for pioneering the field of neuronal signal transduction and for training hundreds of neuroscientists. For anyone who knew Paul it will come as no surprise that up until a few hours before his death, Paul was doing what he liked the best: working on a scientific manuscript.

    • Helen S. Bateup
    • , Myriam Heiman
    •  & Anne Schaefer
  • News & Views |

    The creation of a murine Cre driver specific to CNS capillary pericytes has opened a major bottleneck in brain microvascular research. Using this tool, pericyte loss in the adult brain is shown to induce neuronal loss due to concurrent microcirculatory failure and depletion of the protective trophic factor pleiotrophin.

    • Andrée-Anne Berthiaume
    •  & Andy Y. Shih
  • Article |

    T cell-derived interferon-γ signaling to microglia underlies spatial-learning deficits associated with West Nile virus and Zika virus via the loss of hippocampal presynaptic termini or neurons with elimination of postsynaptic termini, respectively.

    • Charise Garber
    • , Allison Soung
    • , Lauren L. Vollmer
    • , Marlene Kanmogne
    • , Aisling Last
    • , Jasmine Brown
    •  & Robyn S. Klein
  • Article |

    Using pericyte-specific Cre and ablation mouse lines, the authors show that loss of brain pericytes leads to circulatory failure and reduced pleiotrophin causing rapid neuron loss. These findings link pericyte loss to a rapid neurodegeneration cascade.

    • Angeliki M. Nikolakopoulou
    • , Axel Montagne
    • , Kassandra Kisler
    • , Zhonghua Dai
    • , Yaoming Wang
    • , Mikko T. Huuskonen
    • , Abhay P. Sagare
    • , Divna Lazic
    • , Melanie D. Sweeney
    • , Pan Kong
    • , Min Wang
    • , Nelly Chuqui Owens
    • , Erica J. Lawson
    • , Xiaochun Xie
    • , Zhen Zhao
    •  & Berislav V. Zlokovic
  • Article |

    This paper elucidates the mechanism regulating the subcellular localization of UBE3A and demonstrates that abrogation of UBE3A nuclear localization leads to electrophysiological and behavioral impairments in mice and to Angelman syndrome in humans.

    • Rossella Avagliano Trezza
    • , Monica Sonzogni
    • , Stijn N. V. Bossuyt
    • , F. Isabella Zampeta
    • , A. Mattijs Punt
    • , Marlene van den Berg
    • , Diana C. Rotaru
    • , Linda M. C. Koene
    • , Shashini T. Munshi
    • , Jeffrey Stedehouder
    • , Johan M. Kros
    • , Mark Williams
    • , Helen Heussler
    • , Femke M. S. de Vrij
    • , Edwin J. Mientjes
    • , Geeske M. van Woerden
    • , Steven A. Kushner
    • , Ben Distel
    •  & Ype Elgersma
  • Article |

    Using three-dimensional correlative light and electron microscopy of Lewy bodies and Lewy neurites in postmortem brains of Parkinson’s disease patients, researchers show that the major constituents are membranes rather than proteinaceous filaments.

    • Sarah H. Shahmoradian
    • , Amanda J. Lewis
    • , Christel Genoud
    • , Jürgen Hench
    • , Tim E. Moors
    • , Paula P. Navarro
    • , Daniel Castaño-Díez
    • , Gabriel Schweighauser
    • , Alexandra Graff-Meyer
    • , Kenneth N. Goldie
    • , Rosmarie Sütterlin
    • , Evelien Huisman
    • , Angela Ingrassia
    • , Yvonne de Gier
    • , Annemieke J. M. Rozemuller
    • , Jing Wang
    • , Anne De Paepe
    • , Johannes Erny
    • , Andreas Staempfli
    • , Joerg Hoernschemeyer
    • , Frederik Großerüschkamp
    • , Daniel Niedieker
    • , Samir F. El-Mashtoly
    • , Marialuisa Quadri
    • , Wilfred F. J. Van IJcken
    • , Vincenzo Bonifati
    • , Klaus Gerwert
    • , Bernd Bohrmann
    • , Stephan Frank
    • , Markus Britschgi
    • , Henning Stahlberg
    • , Wilma D. J. Van de Berg
    •  & Matthias E. Lauer