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PhD Lab:

Tilman Brummer

Department: Institute of Molecular Medicine and Cell Research
Address: Stefan-Meier-Str. 17
79104 Freiburg
Phone: +49 761 203 9609
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Research Area: Molecular Medicine

Curriculum Vitae

Country: Germany
Education/Training: MSc in Molecular Medicine, University of Freiburg (graduated 2016)
BSc in Biomedical Science, University of Marburg (graduated 2014)
Start of PhD Thesis: January 2018
Subject of Thesis: Analysis of the Gab2 signaling network in hematological disorders
Research Interests: Cancer-related signaling pathways
Research Techniques: Cell culture, retroviral and lentiviral infections, flow cytometry, Western Blot, molecular cloning, transgenic mouse models



Weinberg F, Griffin R, Fröhlich M, Heining C, Braun S, Spohr C, Iconomou M, Hollek V, Röring M, Horak P, Kreutzfeldt S, Warsow G, Hutter B, Uhrig S, Neumann O, Reuss D, Heiland DH, von Kalle C, Weichert W, Stenzinger A, Brors B, Glimm H, Fröhling S, Brummer T. Identification and characterization of a BRAF fusion oncoprotein with retained autoinhibitory domains. Oncogene. (2020) 39(4):814-832. Abstract

Sies K*, Spohr C*, Gründer A, Todorova R, Uhl FM, Huber J, Zeiser R, Pahl HL, Becker H, Aumann K, Brummer T, Halbach S. Gab2 Is Essential for Transformation by FLT3-ITD in Acute Myeloid Leukemia. HemaSphere. (2019)  3(2):e184. (*shared first co-authorship). Abstract

Köhler M, Ehrenfeld S, Halbach S, Lauinger M, Burk U, Reischmann N, Cheng S, Spohr C, Uhl FM, Köhler N, Ringwald K, Braun S, Peters C, Zeiser R, Reinheckel T, Brummer T. B-Raf deficiency impairs tumor initiation and progression in a murine breast cancer model. Oncogene. (2019) 38(8):1324-1339. Abstract

Thesis Committee

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