Investigating how chromatin and proteome composition is remodelled across varying growth conditions

Supervisor: Dr. Kurt Schmoller

Enrolled since 2023

I did my bachelor's in nutritional sciences at the Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, followed by a master's in molecular cell biology and immunology at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen.

There I did my master's thesis with Prof. Dr. Jennifer Ewald. During my master's I also interned at Prof. Dr. Jan Skotheim's lab at Stanford (Palo Alto, California) and at Dr. Wilck's lab at the Charite (Berlin).

Now I have joined Kurt Schmoller's group at the Helmholtz in Munich and Matthew Swaffer's group at the University of Edinburgh to pursue a Ph.D. My research focus is on how chromatin and proteome composition of S. cerevisiaeis remodelled in varying growth conditions.