As research associate I am among other things responsible for cell culture experiments and the multi-modal optical setup in our lab, which we call fondly MISFIT (Macroscopic Imaging Setup for Fluorescence Investigative Tasks).
In my capacity of being biologist, more precisely animal physiologist, I am strongly interested in biophysical, molecular/genetic research and biomaterials. Beside questions on cell culture I am also working on the self-organization of tissue development, which plays an important role in 3D tissue engineering.
|Since Feb. 2011||Postdoctoral Associate at the Biomedical Physics Group|
|Feb. 2011||PhD at the University of Rostock; Title: “Cardiomyocyten im Chaos - Makroskopische Untersuchungen kardialer Arrhythmien in-vitro unter dem Einfluss elektrischer Pulsfolgen und Parameteränderungen.”|
|June 2006 - Feb. 2011||Graduate research assistant at the Biomedical Physics Group, Max Planck Institute of Dynamics and Self-Organization|
|Oct. 2005 - May 2006||Scientific assistant at the Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Rostock|
|Oct. 2005||Diploma at the University of Rostock; Title: “Sequenzanalytische Untersuchungen mitochondrialer DNA Polymorphismen”|
|Oct. 2000 - Oct. 2005||Studies of Biology at the University of Rostock|