MD candidates, Master and Bachelor Students

Benedict Bohnen

Bachelor Thesis in TraceAge

"Einfluss von Polypharmazie auf die Selenoproteinbiosynthese"

supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

     

    Charité - University Hospital Berlin
    Institute for Experimental Endocrinology
    Suedring 10, CVK
    13353 Berlin
    Germany

    Sarah Kräplin

    Master Thesis in TraceAge

    „Impact of selenium, copper and zinc on NF-kB signalling” (working title)

    supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

     

    Friedrich Schiller University Jena
    Institute of Nutrition
    Department of Molecular Nutritional Physiology
    Dornburgerstr. 24
    07743 Jena
    Germany

    Lisa Naperkowski

    Master Thesis in TraceAge

    "Interaction of trace elements in human cells"

    supervised by Prof. Dr. Julia Bornhorst

       

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

      Katja Schirl

      Master Thesis in TraceAge

      “Copper and selenium status and related biomarkers in mouse feeding studies” (working title)

      supervised by Prof. Dr. Anna Kipp

       

      Friedrich Schiller University Jena
      Institute of Nutrition
      Department of Molecular Nutritional Physiology
      Dornburgerstr. 24
      07743 Jena
      Germany

      Julian Seelig

      MD candidate

      “Selenium and copper status - potential signposts for neurological remission after traumatic spinal cord injury.”

      supervised by Prof. Dr. Lutz Schomburg

         

        Charité - University Hospital Berlin
        Institute for Experimental Endocrinology
        Suedring 10, CVK
        13353 Berlin
        Germany