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OPEN POSITIONS!

Three PhD positions are available in the lab of Prof. Martin Schwemmle. Check the call for applications HERE!

Deadline for application: October 31, 2020

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Matthias Fahrner

Contact

PhD Lab:

Oliver Schilling

Department: Institute of Molecular Medicine and Cell Research
Address: Stefan-Meier-Str. 17
D-79104 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: +49 761 203 9614
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Lab homepage: www.mol-med.uni-freiburg.de/mom/schilling
Research Area: Molecular Medicine

Curriculum Vitae

Country: Germany
Education/Training: BSc and MSc in Biology at the University of Freiburg (graduated 2017)
Start of PhD Thesis: May 2017
Subject of Thesis: Explorative targeted and spatially resolved proteomic analyses of tumour specimens
Research Interests: Clinical Proteomics, Cancer Biology, Functional and Quantitative Proteomics
Research Techniques: Formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue processing, cell culture, mass spectrometry based proteomics (shotgun and targeted), high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)

Publications

Publications:

Baumert HM, Metzger E, Fahrner M, George J, Thomas RK, Schilling O & Schüle R. Depletion of histone methyltransferase KMT9 inhibits lung cancer cell proliferation by inducing non-apoptotic cell death. Cancer Cell Int. (2020) 20:52. Abstract

Föll MC, Fahrner M, Oria VO, Kühs M, Biniossek ML, Werner M, Bronsert P, Schilling O. Reproducible proteomics sample preparation for single FFPE tissue slices using acid-labile surfactant and direct trypsinization. Clinical Proteomics (2018) 15(1), 11.  Abstract

Föll MC, Fahrner M, Gretzmeier C, Thoma K, Biniossek ML, Kiritsi D, Meiss F, Schilling O, Nyström A, Kern JS. Identification of tissue damage, extracellular matrix remodeling and bacterial challenge as common mechanisms associated with high-risk cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas. Matrix Biol. (2017) 66:1-21.  Abstract

Thesis Committee

TC members:

1. Dr. Oliver Schilling
2. Prof. Dr. Marc Timmers
3. Dr. Alexander Nyström

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