Alumni of the CLIB-GC - we wish you all the best!

  1. Rabeaa Alkhateeb (July 2017)
    Comprehensive transcriptome characterization of the xanthan producer strain Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris B100 using next generation RNA sequencing
  2. Christina Ander (December 2014)
    Development of software methods for comparative analysis of metagenomes
  3. Helena Barzantny (January 2013)
    Elucidation of fatty acid degradation pathways of Corynebacterium jeikeium K411
  4. Jennifer Becker (February 2014)
    Functional genomics of cultured mammalian cells: from next-generation sequencing to cellular phenotypes
  5. Christian Bogen (November 2013)
    Microalgae as sources of high-value lipid products and alternative substrates for fermentative biomethane production
  6. Andreas Bremges (October 2016)
    Metagenome assembly
  7. Daniel Dörr (March 2015)
    Methods for fungal gene cluster analysis
  8. Felix Eikmeyer (February 2016)
    Metagenome and metatranscriptome analyses of microbial communities involved in fermentation of primary agricultural products
  9. Eugenie Fredrich-Vahle (May 2017)
    Metatranskriptom-Analysen der mikrobiellen Lebensgemeinschaften des menschlichen Ohres und der Achelhöhle
  10. Inga Freudenau (May 2014)
    Modeling of an E. coli plasmid production strain
  11. Marco Giampà (July 2017)
    Maleic Anhydride Proton Sponge: from the development to the application in MALDI-MSI of tumor metabolism in glioblastoma
  12. Karin Gorzolka (July 2013)
    Characterization of the barley germination process by polyomics for the optimization of malt production
  13. Tetiana Gren (July 2017)
    Development and application of genetic engineering methods for Actinoplanes sp. SE50/110
  14. Kathrin Haasner (July 2013)
    Analysis of the arginine biosynthesis and its regulation in Corynebacterium glutamicum ATCC 13032
  15. Marta Irla (July 2016)
    Metabolic engineering of Bacillus methanolicus
  16. Daniel Jaeger (July 2017)
    Establishing Monoraphidium neglectum as a novel oleaginous research model for the process of triacylglycerol accumulation in microalgae
  17. Tobias Jakobi (October 2014)
    Development of a data evaluation pipeline for the functional annotation of eukaryotic cDNA sequence data of a CHO cell line
  18. Robert Kulis-Horn (July 2015)
    Genome based development of a histidine production strain on the basis of the amino acid producer Corynebacterium glutamicum
  19. Kyle Lauersen (January 2015)
    Systematic optimization of microalgae cultivation for applications in (bio-)industry
  20. Irena Maus (Februar 2017)
    Genom-Sequenzierung und Untersuchung der Abundanz von Isolaten aus Biogas-produzierenden mikrobiellen Gemeinschaften aus mesophilen und thermophilen Biogasanlagen
  21. Benjamin Müller (July 2013)
    Detection of protein phosphorylation in apoptotic animal cell cultures-optimized methods for purification, MS-identification and quantification
  22. Armin Neshat (May 2015)
    Transcriptome analysis of industrially relevant bacteria by next-generation sequencing
  23. Do Quynh Anh Nguyen (July 2015)
    Genome-based metabolic engineering of Corynebacterium. glutamicum and process intensification for the production of bio-monomers for the polyamide plastics and fibre markets
  24. Vìmac Nolla-Ardèvol (February 2015)
    Methane production from algae at high pH (~10)
  25. Vera Ortseifen (July 2016)
    Establishment of a proteomic platform for Actinoplanes
  26. Fernando Pérez-Garcìa (July 2017)
    Development of genetics moduls for improved sugar uptake and conversion for Escherichia coli and Corynebacterium glutamicum and evaluation of their applicability for amino acid production
  27. João Manuel Perreira-Jorge (November 2016)
    Optimization of diamine production by Corynebacterium glutamicum: bio-monomers for the polyamide market
  28. Katharina Pfeifer-Sancar (February 2014)
    Transcriptome sequencing for analyzing the regulatory networks of the industrial amino acid producer Corynebacterium glutamicum
  29. Sarah Schatschneider (June 2013)
    Analysis and modelling of the central carbohydrate metabolism of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris
  30. Jessica Schneider (October 2012)
    Development of novel bioinformatics tools for functional annotation and metabolic reconstruction of biotechnologically important yeasts
  31. Fabian Schulte (December 2014)
    Proteome-based analysis of xanthan biosynthesis in Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris
  32. Jan Philipp Schwarzhans (September 2017)
    Systematic investigation into the clonal variability of the non-conventional yeast Pichia pastoris
  33. Patrick Schwientek (Februar 2012)
    Genomics and transcriptomics of Actinoplanes sp. SE50/110
  34. Kai Bernd Stadermann (December 2016)
    Genome-wide exact gene expression quantification from RNAseq data in complex eukaryotic genomes
  35. Tim Steffens (Februar 2017)
    Optimization of the metabolic flux toward xanthan biosynthesis in Xanthomonas campestris
  36. Eva Trost (June 2012)
    Utilisation of a next generation sequencing platform for industrial biotechnology: Genome sequencing and comparative genomics of corynebacteria
  37. Frederik Walter (December 2015)
    M3: Metabolic profiling of bacterial mutants for the comprehensive identification of cellular metabolites
  38. Sergej Wendler (May 2015)
    Proteome studies on the synthesis and mode of action of the medically important secondary metabolite acarbose from Actinoplanes utahensis sp. SE50/110
  39. Daniel Wibberg (December 2016)
    Rhizoctonia solani AG1-IB genome compilation and interpretation with emphasis on fungal pathogenicity determinants
  40. Anna Wippermann (May 2017)
    DNA methylation in CHO cells – Characterization of epigenetic phenomena under process conditions
  41. Timo Wolf (December 2017)
    Transcriptional regulation of acabose biosynthesis in Actinoplanes sp. SE50/110 analyzed by next-generation sequencing, transcriptomics and genome editing
  42. Ahmed Zahoor ul-Hassan (December 2014)
    Identification and characterization of resistance mechanisms to hydroxyacids and dicarboxylic acids in Corynebacterium glutamicum
  43. Martha Zakrzewski (October 2012)
    Analysis of metagenome data sets from different habitats for the presence of sequences encoding industrially exploitable enzymes by means of bioinformatics