Julia studied Molecular Medicine in Göttingen. She conduced her PhD working on Dysferlin and investigating its cellular and molecular function in skeletal and heart muscle. She analysed functional translational readthrough of malate dehydrogenase and the re-interpretation of the genetic code by readthrough. Since 2016, Julia works as a Postdoc in SFB1002 on the 'Role of peroxisomes in heart metabolism and heart failure'.
Ignacio Lobos Matthei
Ignacio studied biochemistry at the Universidad de Chile. He conducted his MSc studies in Molecular Medicine at the University Medical Center in Göttingen. Currently, he is working on his PhD, studying the readthrough-dependent peroxisomal dehydogenases.
Yelena studied Medical Sciences at Yerevan State Medical University in Armenia and MSc in Cardiovascular Sciences at University Medical Center in Göttingen. She is currently working on her PhD focused on calcium in peroxisomes.
Sven studied chemistry and biochemistry in Konstanz, Brighton, and Witten and worked with Stefan Jentsch at the ZMBH in Heidelberg and at the Friedrich Miescher Labor of the Max-Planck Society in Tübingen. At the University of Bochum, in the Department of Ralf Erdmann, he fell in love with peroxisomes. He has been fortunate to be able to work on peroxiomes ever since. Reseach interests of the lab include peroxisomes, dysferlin, and translational readthrough.
Maya studied medicine at the Universtiy Medical Center in Göttingen. She was accepted by the Else Kröner Fresenius Kolleg and conducted her MD thesis in our department studying reactive oxygen species in mouse and cell models.
Adrian studied medicine at the University Medical Center in Göttingen. With in his MD project, supported by the Else Kröner Fresenius Kolleg, he studied translational readthrough in several rare diseses, including Rett syndrome.
Mirco, after passing the Physikum in Göttingen, was admitted to the Else Kröner Fresenius Kolleg at the University Medical Center in Göttingen. He conducted a study on translational readthrough of premature stop codon mutations in Pex5.
Current lab rotation students and research assistants
Fatima Kanwal Baig
Uta Bickmeyer cand. Dr. med.
Lydia Bartsch MSc (Mol Med)
Kristina Bersch Dr. rer. nat.
Kareem Soliman Dr. rer. nat.
Marco Schmidt Msc (Biology)
Aisha Ghuman MSc (Cardiovascular Sciences)
Clara Vazquez Garcia MSc (Mol Med)
Ina Zimmermann BSc (Mod Med)
Rosemol George Dr. rer. nat.
Elisa Kolander MSc (Mol Med)
Christopher Nötzel MSc (Mol Med)
Judith Büntzel Dr. med.
Fabian Schüren Dr. med.
Jessica Frick Dr. med.
Jana Rabenau Dr. med.
Ken Okuda Dr. med.