Alumni

Johanna Adolf

Master Thesis in TraceAge (2019)

„Selenium supply and differentiation of immune cells using the THP-1 cell culture model”

supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

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    Julia Baudry

    Postdoctoral Researcher in TraceAge (2017-2019)

    Postdoctoral Researcher at EREN (France)

     

    Équipe de Recherche en Épidémiologie Nutritionnelle (EREN)
    Inserm U1153 /Inrae 1125/Cnam/Université Sorbonne Paris Nord,
    Centre de Recherche en Épidémiologie et Biostatistique Sorbonne Paris Cité (CRESS)

    Marie Demmler

    Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge (2018)

    „Modification of selenoenzyme activities by selenium and copper using HT-29 cells“

    supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

      Saksia Diezel

      Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge

      "Interferenz von Medikamenten auf die Selenoproteinsynthese"

      supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

        Christian L. Görlich

        MD candidate in TraceAge (2019)

        „Selenium Status in Pediatric Patients in Germany”

        supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

          Natalie Hasl

          Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge (2019)

          „Impact of culture conditions with different fetal bovine serum concentrations on supply with zinc and selenium in HepG2 cells”

          supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

            Anne-Christine Krüger

            Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge

            „Spurenelemente in jungen und alten Rottweiler Hunden: als Biomarker gesunden Alterns“

            supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

              Sebastian Mehl

              MD candidate in TraceAge (2019)

              “Cross-sectional analysis of trace element status in thyroid disease.”

              supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

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                Vivien Michaelis

                Master Thesis in TraceAge (2018)

                "Homeostasis of aging associated trace elements in the nematode C. elegans"

                PhD student in the group of Prof. Dr. Julia Bornhorst

                 

                University of Wuppertal
                Food Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
                Gaußstraße 20
                42119 Wuppertal
                Germany

                Felicitas Möde

                Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge (2020)

                „Impact of copper depletion and supplementation on the concentration of copper and zinc in HepG2 cells“

                supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

                  Aldina Murić

                  Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge

                  "Analyse zur Bedeutung des Selenstatus für pulmonale Hypertonie"

                  supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

                    Michaela Reuss

                    Master Thesis in TraceAge (2019, including lab-exchange 05/19)

                    „Trace elements analytics and how chelators affect their concentrations”

                    supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

                      Verena Ridolfi

                      Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge (2019)

                      „Impact of culture conditions with different fetal bovine serum concentrations on the supply with copper and selenium in HepG2 cells”

                      supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

                        Theresa Weimann

                        Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge (2019)

                        „Stability of selenoproteins under selenium depletion in HepG2 cells”

                        supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

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                          Johanna Wiest

                          Master Thesis in TraceAge (2018, including lab-exchange)

                          „Supply with selenium, copper, zinc, and iron during the MoKaRi study”

                          supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

                            Lisa Wolf

                            Master Thesis in Trace Age (2019)

                            „Impact of copper, zinc and selenium on the activity of redox sensitive, cellular proteins“

                            supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp