Fachbereich Biologie



19.10.2020 Daimler

Praktikum im Bereich Oberflächenmesstechnik mittels Rasterkraftmikroskopie ab Januar 2021




24.08.2020 Tech Startup School Balingen

Startup-Projekt "Wertschöpfung mit Insekten"

*Kontakt/E-Mail-Adresse zur Bewerbung mit CV: Monika Uziel
*Online; Blogbeitrag; Facebook-Posting
*Standort für Workshoptage: Balingen (Tech Startup School/CECEBA)
*Sprache Business Design-Programm: Deutsch
*Zeitlicher Rahmen: Voraussichtlich Anfang Oktober bis Anfang Dezember 2020 (10 Wochen Business Design mit ca. 10 Workshoptage in Balingen sowie Remote-Projektarbeit und Status calls)
*Ziel: Entwicklung eines innovativen Geschäftsmodells, überzeugender Final Pitch --> Gründung eines Startups im Themenbereich Insekten durch das Projekt-Team.



05.03.2020 FB Physik
PhD Thesis

Project title: Microscopic dynamic properties of antibody solutions: Connecting to macroscopic phase behaviour and pharmaceutical applicability

Diffusion of proteins within cells is essential, as it strongly influences the cellular machinery through numerous processes such as signal transmission and reactions between proteins. The ability to understand and predict dynamic properties of concentrated protein solutions and mixtures is thus vital for understanding cellular mechanisms, but also important for the formulation of future protein drugs.

As part of a collaboration with the University of Tübingen, Germany, (www.soft-matter.uni-tuebingen.de) and Lonza AG, Basel, Switzerland, (www.lonza.com) on immunoglobulin antibody protein solutions, this project will be hosted by the ILL and include stays in Basel and Tübingen. It will apply both static and dynamic X-ray and neutron scattering techniques, including small angle scattering, neutron backscattering and spin-echo spectroscopy, and X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy. 

Based on these scattering and complementary experiments as well as on modeling, the link between microscopic interactions and phase behaviour relevant for pharmaceutical applicability of antibody protein solutions will be established, involving the fundamentally important link between macroscopic viscosity and diffusion on nanosecond time and nanometer length scales. Moreover, insight into the function and specificity of antibodies will be gained, which is relevant for their pharmacological and medical application.

Further information may be obtained from Olga Matsarskaia (tel.: +33 (0)457 42 8256, email: matsarskaia@ill.eu), Tilo Seydel (+33 (0)476 20 7579, email: seydel@ill.eu), and Frank Schreiber (+49 (0)7071 29 78663, e-mail: frank.schreiber@uni-tuebingen.de)


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04.03.2020 Daimler AG

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14.11.2019 ZMBP
Master thesis in plant physiology (Link)

Our research group at the Center for Plant Molecular Biology (ZMBP), University of Tübingen, is looking for a highly motivated Master student. We are currently working on B-type ARRs, a set of transcription factors...

Contact: virtudes.mira-rodadospam prevention@zmbp.uni-tuebingen.de


02.09.2019 ZMBP
PhD position in Molecular Biology and Biophysic (Link)

General interest: Most biological processes involve changes in molecular and cell shapes, and such deformations, in essence, involve a mechanical component. But how a mechanical stress is perceived and how this signal is transduced into the cell to exert these effects is still poorly understood, and remains challenging questions in both the plant and animal community...

Contact: thomas.stanislas@zmbp.uni-tuebingen.de