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Prof. Dr.
Elisabeth Schwarz
Scientific Coordinator RTG2467
now: emeritus and President of Rainer Rudolph Stiftung
Dr.
Claudio Iacobucci
Humboldt Fellow :
Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Cleavable Cross-linkers
now: Chiesi Italy
Christoph Hage PhD Student:
Development and Application of Novel Cross-Linkers for Protein Structure Analysis
now: Freyburg
Jana Lorenz PhD Student:
Interaction Studies of FNT Channels by Mass Spectrometry
now: Leipzig
Dr.
Christine Piotrowski
PhD Student:
Investigation of Calmodulin/Munc13 Interaction
now: Biochem Agrar GmbH
Dr.
Björn Häupl
PhD Student:
Characterization of Proteinkinase D complexes
now: University of Frankfurt
Vanessa Flegler (Kunkel) Master Thesis:
Native Mass Spectrometry and Chemical Cross-linking for the Structural Analysis of the Tumor Suppressor Protein p53
now: University of Würzburg Awarded with the GBM Master Prize 2016
Dr.
Rico Schmidt
Postdoc:
Method Development for Protein/Protein and Protein/Lipid Interaction Studies by Cross-linking/MS
now: IDT Biologika Dessau
Dr. Konstanze Bosse PhD Student:
Analysis of the Non Small Cell Lung Cancer Secretome by Mass Spectrometry
now: SKINOMICS
Sindy Lindner Diploma Student:
Evaluation of Peptide-Lipid Interactions by Photo Chemical Crosslinking/MS (Coorperation with Dr. Simon Drescher)
now: PhD Student, Drescher Lab
Dr.
Rico Schwarz
PhD Student:
Mass Spectrometric Studies of Peroxisome Proliferator- Activated Receptors
now: University of Rostock Awarded with the “Bayer-Bitterfeld Award”
Nadja Mallock PhD Student:
Characterization of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins by Mass Spectrometry
now: Berlin
Dennis Glaser Diploma Student:
Evaluation of Novel Cross-linkers for Protein Structure Analysis
Dr.
Michael Zorn
PhD Student:
Mass Spectrometric Investigation of Protein Interaction Partners of Formiate Dehydrogenase
now: Boehringer-Ingelheim, Biberach
Dr.
Jens Pettelkau
PhD Student:
Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Guanylyl Cyclase-Activating Protein-2
now: Sandoz Kundl, Austria Awarded with the “Bayer-Bitterfeld Award”
Dr.
Knut Kölbel
Staff Scientist:

now: Uetrecht Lab, HPI Hamburg
Romy Fritzsche PhD Student:
Novel CID-Cleavable Cross-Linkers: Synthesis, Fragmentation Mechanism, and Application for Protein Structure Analysis
now: Teacher
Dr.
Sabine Herbst
PhD Student:
Investigation of Calmodulin/Target Interactions by Mass Spectrometry
now: mibe GmbH, Brehna
Dr.
Philip Lössl
Master Thesis:
Mass Spectrometric Investigations of Laminin/Nidogen Interaction
now: Springer Nature, Berlin
Dr.
Jens Sproß
PhD:
Monolithic Columns for Proteomics Applications
now: Head of Mass Spectrometry, University of Bielefeld
Laxmikanth Kollipara Master Thesis:
Evaluation of Chemical Cross-Linking and Mass Spectrometry for Studying Three-Dimensional Protein Structures
now: TU Dortmund
Dr.
Mathias Müller
PhD Student:
Mass Spectrometric Investigation of Peroxisome-Proliferator Activated Receptor alpha
now: ThermoFisher Scientific Bremen Awarded with the "Bayer-Bitterfeld Award"
Dr.
Fabian Krauth
PhD Student:
The human 5-Lipoxygenase: Synthesis and Characterization of Potential Inhibitors and Investigation of Conformational Changes in the C2-like Domain after Ligand Binding
now: Klinikum Magdeburg
Stefan Kneisel Diploma Student:
LC/ESI-MS/MS Investigation of Cyclooxygenase and 5-Lipoxygenase Inhibitors: Quantification of Eicosanoids from Human Blood after Stimulation
now: Freiburg
Prof.
Dr.
Stefan Kalkhof
PhD Student:
Structural Investigation of Proteins and Protein Complexes by Mass Spectrometry-Based Methods
now: Hochschule Coburg
Ines Pottratz Diploma Student:
Investigation of Calmodulin/Munc13 Peptide Complexes by Chemical Cross-Linking and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
now: Anhalt University of Applied Sciences Köthen
Dr.
Daniela
M. Schulz
PhD Student:
Protein-Protein Interaction Studies by Chemical Cross-Linking and Mass Spectrometry
now: Helmholtz Center Neuherberg (Munich)
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