PhD theses carried out at the ICB

  • Simona Amodeo - 22.09.2020 - Prof. Torsten Ochsenreiter
    One structure to link it all – the interface between the mitochondrial genome, and its replication and segregation machinery in Trypanosoma brucei

  • Shubha Bevkal Subramanyaswamy - 21.08.2020 - Prof. Isabel Roditi
    Investigation of Alba-domain proteins in Trypanosoma brucei

  • Jaime Osuna Luque - 13.05.2020 - Prof. Dr. Peter Meister
    Analysis of the transcriptional basis of natural transdifferentiation initiation in Y cell using Caenorhabditis elegans as a model organism

  • Rohan Chippalkatti - 18.02.2020 - Prof. Dr. Beat Suter
    Mms19: a regulator of mitosis and neural development in Drosophila melanogaster
     
  • Manh Tin Ho - 17.12.2019 - Prof. Dr. Beat Suter
    Phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase, a non-canonical function in regulating tissue homeostasis
     
  • Hélène Baudouin - 12.09.2019 - Prof. Dr. Torsten Ochsenreiter
    BioID and co-immunoprecipitation to identify proteins of the tripartite attachment complex in Trypanosoma brucei
     
  • Sebastian Shaw - 17.05.2019 - Prof. Dr. Isabel Roditi
    Unbiased and targeted approaches to unravel social motility and its role in trypanosomes
     
  • Francesa Florini - 29.03.2019 - Prof. Dr. Isabel Roditi
    Functional analysis of the retrotransposon hotspot (RHS) family in Trypanosoma brucei
     
  • Livia Niklaus - 21.02.2019 - Prof. Dr. Volker Heussler
    Host cell autophagic and lysosomal defence mechanisms against the Plasmodium liver stage and parasite evasion mechanisms
     
  • Iwona Rzeszutek - 23.08.2018 - Prof. Dr. Mariusz Nowacki
    Investigating the function of germline-specific proteins: Spo11, Msh4-1 and Msh5 during genome reorganization process in Paramecium tetraurelia and beyond
     
  • Cristina Höhener - 17.08.2018 - Prof. Dr. Mariusz Nowacki
    Characterization of Dicer-like enzymes in Paramecium tetraurelia
     
  • Francesca Coraggio - 27.06.2018 - Prof. Dr. Peter Meister
    Involvement of epigenetic factors and metabolism in pluripotency maintenance in C. elegans
     
  • Rahel Wacker - 26.04.2018 - Prof. Dr. Volker Heussler
    The Host Cell Cytosolic Immune Response During the Plasmodium berghei Liver Stage Follows a Noncanonical Autophagy Pathway
     
  • Cilly Bernardette Schnider - 15.03.2018 - Prof. Dr. Volker Heussler
    Parasite-host interactions during the blood and liver stage of rodent malaria parasites
     
  • Anneliese Hoffmann - 19.01.2018 - Prof. Dr. Torsten Ochsenreiter
    Mitochondrial DNA Maintenance: Dynamics and Protein Interactions in Trypanosoma brucei
     
  • Aditi Singh - 03.08.2017 - Prof. Dr. Mariusz Nowacki
    Identification of epigenetic factors involved in targeting DNA elimination during development
     
  • Dominique Furrer - 13.01.2017 - Prof. Dr. Mariusz Nowacki
    Analysis of Piwi proteins involved in RNA-mediated elimination of germline-specific DNA in Paramecium tetraurelia
     
  • Borka Jojic - 16.12.2016 - Prof. Dr. Torsten Ochsenreiter
    Characterization of the translationally controlled tumor protein in Trypanosoma brucei
     
  • Rishita Nag - 28.11.2016 - Prof. Dr. Beat Suter
    Mms19 and xpd: modulators of mitotic kinases in Drosophila
     
  • Gesine Kaiser - 21.07.2016 - Prof. Dr. Volker Heussler
    High-end microscopy provides insights into the Plasmodium berghei development: the endoplasmic reticulum
     
  • David M. Stucki - 01.07.2016 - Prof. Dr. Smita Saxena
    Mitochondrial impairments contribute to Spinocerebellar ataxia type 1 progression and can be ameliorated by the mitochondria-targeted antioxidant MitoQ
     
  • Roman Trikin - 17.06.2016 - Prof. Dr. Torsten Ochsenreiter
    TAC102 is a novel component of the mitochondrial genome segregation machinery in Trypanosoma brucei
     
  • Ringo Püschel - 06.04.2016 - Prof. Dr. Peter Meister
    Epigenetic and environmental factors involved in C. elegans cell fate protection
     
  • Mariana De Niz - 15.01.2016 - Prof. Dr. Volker Heussler
    Conserved mechanisms of Plasmodium sequestration and virulence factor export in rodents and humans