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Doctoral Researchers

Here you can find the profiles of all Doctoral Researchers.

Project title:  
Molecular influence of maternal diet on sex-dimorphic fetal liver development

Educational background:
2017-2019 Master of Science – Biology, Institute for Vascular and Islet Cell Biology (DDZ)
2014-2017 Bachelor of Science – Biology, Institute of Metabolic Physiology (HHU)

Research and work experience:  
During my master thesis, I worked with different diabetes mouse models and gained first experiences in cell culture, western blotting, quantitative real-time PCR, flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry.

Project title:
Mechanisms of sex-specific programming of obesity and type 2 diabetes risk by peri-conceptional exposure to a maternal obesogenic milieu

Educational background:
2018-2020 Master of Science Translational Neuroscience 
2015-2018 Bachelor of Science Biology 

Project title: Hyaluronan matrix in bone marrow adipose tissue: implications for the development and progression of insulin resistance 

Educational background: Bachelor of Science (Biology), Master of Science (Molecular Biomedicine)

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Project title: Impact of Hyaluronan on bone-marrow adipogenesis in vitro

Educational background: medical student (since 2017)

Project title:
Role of mitochondrial function in lipid-induced insulin resistance

Educational background:
2013-2017 Studies B.Sc. Biology HHU Düsseldorf
2017 – 2019 Studies M.Sc. Biology  HHU Düsseldorf

Research and work experience:
Microbiology, Mitochondrial function, Molecularbiological Methods, Biochemical Methods, Cell culture, Methods of Microscopy

Project title:
Role of MICOS subunits Mic26 and Mic27 in insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes mellitus

Educational background:         
2020-2018: M. Sc. Chemical Biology – Technical University of Dortmund
2014-2018: B. Sc. Chemical Biology – Technical University of Dortmund 

Research and work experience:
2020 : Master Thesis: Establishment of Ba/F3 cell system for the cellular characterization of Akt-isoform specific inhibitors
2019: Research Assistant – Chemical Genomics Centre of the Max Planck Society
2018: Bachelor Thesis: Cloning, expression, purification and characterization of a photoactive variant of T7-RNA-Polymerase

Project title: 
Role of the MICOS subunits 26 and 27 in regulating mitochondrial lipid metabolism and early diabetes development

Educational background:
Medical student since 2017

Project title:
Metabolic flexibility in early diabetes development

Educational background:
2018-2020: M.Sc. Molecular Biomedicine (HHU)
2015-2018: B.Sc. Biology (HHU)

Project title:
Role of Interleukin (IL-)6 trans-signaling in meta-inflammation and development of insulin resistance.

Educational background:
2017-2018: Master Thesis, Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research (ISREC), Switzerland.
March 2018: Master Degree in Medical and molecular medicine Biotechnology, University of Bari, Italy.
March 2018- September 2018: post graduate student in Medical Genetic and Oncology Lab, Prof. Dr. Simone Cristiano, University of Bari, Italy.
October 2018: Researcher in Molecular Medicine II Department, Prof. Dr. Philipp Lang, Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany.
May 2020: PhD student in Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine Institute, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Scheller, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Research and work experience: 
Immunology, mice models, viral infections, cancer, molecular biology.

 

Project title: IL-12Rß1-independent activation of IL-23R via homodimerisation

Educational background: medical student (since 2017)

Project title:
Exercise-triggered mechanisms contributing to beneficial metabolic responses and type 2 diabetes protection.

Educational background:
Pharmacist, School of Pharmacy at the University of Bonn

Research and work experience:
Research internships in the fields of Pharmaceutical Biology (1 mo) and Medical Chemistry (4 mos); Pharmacist in Training at Bayer AG Research & Development, Pharmaceuticals (6 mos) and Pharmacist in Training at Dom/ Hauptbahnhof Apotheke in Cologne (6 mos).

Project title: Exercise-triggered mechanisms contributing to beneficial metabolic responses and type 2 diabetes protection

Educational background: Study of human medicine at HHU

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Project title:
Investigation of alternative mechanisms involved in the anti-diabetic effects of dextromethorphan

Educational background:
Bachelor of Science (Biology), Master of Science (Biology, Major in Molecular Biomedicine)

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