Zentrum für Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen (ZMBP)

Research Group Wachter

The research group Wachter has moved to the JGU Mainz.

New address:

Prof. Dr. Andreas Wachter

Institute for Molecular Physiology
JGU Mainz
Johannes von Müller-Weg 6
55128 Mainz
Germany


email: wachter@uni-mainz.de

 

People

Prof. Dr. Andreas Wachter

Curriculum vitae

 

 

Hsin-Chieh Betty Lee

Betty was awarded her Masters degree in Plant Molecular Biology from the University of Tübingen in July 2014. In her master thesis, she focused on a SEC14-containing phosphatidylinositol transfer protein, AtSFH1, and explored the mechanism by which it acts.

In her PhD project, she is interestested in the molecular mechanism and physiological impact of PTB-mediated alternative splicing control.

Tel. 07071/ 29 76147
Fax. 07071/29 5042
Email: hsin-chieh.lee(at)zmbp.uni-tuebingen.de

 

Jorinde Löser

Jorinde was awarded the Masters degree in Biology from the Julius-Maximilian-Universität Würzburg in September 2015. In her master thesis, she focused on the role of MAPKKK17/18 and MKK3 as a possible link between ABA and pathogen signaling pathways during stomatal closure in Arabidopsis thaliana.

In her PhD project, she is interested in the interplay of PTB and SR proteins in plant alternative splicing control.

Tel. 07071/ 29 76147
Fax. 07071/29 5042
Email: jorinde.loeser(at)zmbp.uni-tuebingen.de

 

Jennifer Saile

Jenny was awarded her Master degree in Plant Molecular Biology from the University of Tübingen in December 2017. She joined our group as a master student, analysing the role of SR proteins in light- and sugar-regulated alternative splicing.

In the beginning of 2018 she continued her work as a PhD student. Her main research interests include the identification of splicing regulators involved in sugar-/light-mediated alternative splicing, with a particular interest in the phosphorylation of splicing regulators.

Tel. 07071 / 29 76147
Fax. 07071 / 29 5042
Email: jennifer.saile(at)student.uni-tuebingen.de

 

Theresa Wießner

Theresa was awarded her Master degree in Biochemistry from the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in November 2014. Her master thesis dealt with a transcriptome analysis of Medicago roots after microbial contact.

In her PhD project, she is interested in the connection between alternative splicing and photomorphogenesis. Major goals of her studies are the functional characterization of light-regulated alternative splicing events and the elucidation of the underlying signaling networks.

Tel. 07071 / 29 76147
Fax. 07071 / 29 5042
Email: theresa.wiessner(at)zmbp.uni-tuebingen.de

 

Claudia König

Tel. 07071 / 29 76147
Fax. 07071 / 29 5042
Email: claudia.koenig(at)zmbp.uni-tuebingen.de

 

Previous lab members