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PhD Lab:

Wilfried Weber

Department: Centre for Biological Signalling Studies (BIOSS)
Address: BIOSS Signalhaus
Schänzlestraße 18
79108 Freiburg
Phone: +49 761 203 67485
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Lab homepage: www.bioss.uni-freiburg.de/synthetic-biology/intro/
Research Area: Synthetic Biology and Signalling

Curriculum Vitae

Country: Germany
Education/Training: BSc and MSc in Molecular Medicine, University of Freiburg (graduated 2016)
Start of PhD Thesis: January 2017
Subject of Thesis: Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery
Research Interests: Synthetic Biology
Research Techniques: Molecular Cloning, Protein Engineering, Modification and Purification, Liposome Technology, Cell Culture, Flow Cytometry, Immunofluorescence

Publications

Publications:

Hörner M, Raute K, Hummel B, Madl J, Creusen G, Thomas OS, Christen EH, Hotz N, Gübeli RJ, Engesser R, Rebmann B, Lauer J, Rolauffs B, Timmer J, Schamel WWA, Pruszak J, Römer W, Zurbriggen MD, Friedrich C, Walther A, Minguet S, Sawarkar R, Weber W. Phytochrome-based extracellular matrix with reversibly tunable mechanical properties. Advanced Materials (2019) 31(12):e1806727. Abstract

Hülsdünker J, Ottmüller KJ, Neeff HP, Koyama M, Gao Z, Thomas OS, Follo M, Al-Ahmad A, Prinz G, Duquesne S, Dierbach H, Kirschnek S, Lämmermann T, Blaser MJ, Fife BT, Blazar BR, Beilhack A, Hill GR, Häcker G, Zeiser R. Neutrophils provide cellular communication between ileum and mesenteric lymph nodes at graft-versus-host disease onset. Blood. (2018) pii: blood-2017-10-812891. Abstract

Beyer HM*, Thomas OS*, Riegel N, Zurbriggen MD, Weber W+, Hörner M+. Generic and reversible opto-trapping of biomolecules. Acta Biomaterialia (2018) 79, 276-282. (*shared first-authorship) Abstract

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