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Ongoing Master Theses

Marius StrachowitzMarius Strachowitz

Analysis of interleukin-18-treated migrating oligodendrocyte progenitor cells

Supervisor: Annika Haak

Benedict GroschBenedict Grosch

Cryo-expansion microscopy of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells


Inja Van der LindenInja Van der Linden


Fabian RübsamenFabian Rübsamen

Supervisor: Annika Haak

Vivian MeiritzVivian Meiritz

Supervisor: Annika Haak

Viktorija VeselinovaViktorija Veselinova

Supervisor: Bo Justesen

Norman LabedzkiNorman Labedzki

Supervisor: Laura Paweletz

Pia BeerPia Beer

Supervisor: Sarina Veit

Finished Diploma and Master Theses

Rigveda Nitin BhaveRigveda Nitin Bhave

Defining the localisation of mammalian lipid flippases

23.06.2022 to 23.12.2022

Supervisor: Julia Baum

Irina ShevyrevaIrina Shevyreva


Supervisor: Sara Abad Herrera

Malina LöbMalina Löb

Monitoring H+-ATPase activity in different lipid environments

18.03.2022 to 09.09.2022

Supervisor: Laura Paweletz

Simon HerrmannSimon Herrmann

Human lung organoids for SARS-CoV-2 infection

28.09.2021 to 23.03.2022

Supervisor: Dr. Thorsten Müller

Katarina BlazevicKatarina Blažević

May 2021 to

Supervisor: David Marks

Alexander GeidiesAlexander Geidies

Investigation of Huntington's Disease using cerebral organoids

25.05.2021 to 24.11.2021


Julia BaumJulia Baum

Lipd flippases and their role in muscle cell development

16.04.2021 to 14.10.2021

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Thomas Günther-Pomorski

Kevin BogaKevin Boga

Reconstitution of ABC transporters into nanodiscs

15.02.2021 to 14.08.2021

Supervisors: Sarina Veit and Dr. Bo Justesen

Maximilian RüttermannMaximilian Rüttermann

Lipid flippase activity

09.06.2020 to 07.12.2020

Betreuerin: Patricia Pipaluk Mia Mathiassen

Ekaterina MalyshenkoEkaterina Malyshenko

Isolation and characterization of P-type ATPase oligomers

03.06.2020 to 03.12.2020

Supervisor: Dr. Bo Justesen

Lisa BachmannLisa Bachmann

Cerebral organoids as a model to study Alzheimers disease pathways

03.06.2020 to 02.10.2020

Supervisor: Dr. Thorsten Müller

Natalie HeinenNatalie Heinen

Cerebral organoids as a model to study relevant signaling pathways in Alzheimer's disease

03.06.2020 to 02.10.2020

Supervisor: Dr. Thorsten Müller

David MarksDavid Marks

CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing in an Alzheimer model

01.04.2018 to 04.2020

Supervisor: Dr. Thorsten Müller

Faik OkkaFaik Okka

Expression of gene edited APP-green to study the function of APP

16.09.2019 to 30.03.2020

Eymen HachaniEymen Hachani

Control of protein reconstitution at the single vesicle level

03.05.2019 to 22.11.2019

Nils OttenNils Otten

13.05.2019 to 11.11.2019

Ronja Marie KühnelRonja Marie Kühnel

Lipid-linked fluorescent sensors for studying ion transporters

02.05.2019 to 30.10.2019

Annika HaakAnnika Haak

Investigation of the vitality of cryoconserved primary neural cells

25.04.2019 to 24.10.2019

Huriye Deniz UzunHuriye Deniz Uzun

Giant unilamellar vesicles as a tool to study membrane proteins

28.03.2019 to 05.09.2019

Sophia MeermeyerSophia Meermeyer

Evaluation of promyelocytic leukemia protein abundance in Alzheimer's diesease – potential contribution to nuclear spheres

01.04.2018 to 28.09.2018

Sarina VeitSarina Veit

Investigation of the sterol transport mechanism mediated by the yeast ATP-binding cassette transporter Aus1

01.04.2018 to 21.09.2018

Camilla Maren PriessCamilla Maren Priess

03.2017 to 16.03.2018

funded by the Bayer Foundation

Laura PaweletzLaura Paweletz

The impact of the lipids on membrane pumps

to 31.08.2017