Application The prerequisite for becoming a PhD student is a finished master degree or equivalent, preferably with distinction, in the following fields:
I am working in the lab of Prof. Irene Lang, using a mouse model of venous thrombosis to study B cells and natural IgM in thrombus resolution. Rico Ardy I completed my Biology B.
I joined the laboratory of Kaan Boztug in March as a PhD student, focusing on the identification of novel monogenetic causes of very early onset inflammatory bowel disease VEO-IBDand the elucidation of the molecular mechanism underlying the pathophysiology of the disease. I am currently working in Prof.
My PhD project focuses on the dopamine transporter DATwhich retrieves dopamine from the synaptic cleft. In my PhD project, I propose to express these DAT mutants in Drosophila melanogaster and to restore their function in vivo with pharmacochaperones. Szabolcs Biro Early on during my Bioengineering degree I became fascinated by the brain.
To understand the asics of neuroscience, the synaptic organisation and functional interactions between neurons in a network, I applied to, and was accepted as a volunteering student in Prof. During the course, I spent my time focussing on the neuropharmacological approach in particular.
My project in Prof. I have started my PhD in the laboratory of Prof. My scientific interests lie within cancer biology, vascular biology and immunology. Martina Bucsaiova I finished my studies of Immunology at the University of Edinburgh in by completing a thesis on the role of natural IgM in renal and hepatic ischaemia reperfusion injury.
I work in the laboratory of Prof. Christine Mannhalter where I focus on platelets and their role in immunology, in particular in the detection of bacteria during infection.
In March I joined the CCHD program under the supervision of Irene Lang investigating inflammatory driven thrombosis using mouse model of stagnant flow venous thrombosis.
The focus of my project is to determine the role of hydrogen sulfide in the autonomic nervous system. My research focuses on the development of cancer vaccines and immunotherapies against EGFR-overexpressing malignancies. Afterwards I finished the Medical Biotechnology Master Program at the Medical School in the same city, specializing in cell and tissue technology.
My research focuses on bacteria-triggered immune responses by human platelets. The project I am working on includes the investigation of the functional interactions between P2Y receptors and ion channels.
Philipp Henneke at the Center of Chronic Immunodeficiency. My PhD project mainly focuses on systemic inflammation after infection with S.
My interests lie in the interaction between the immune and the nervous system. For my PhD thesis I am working on the stress modulatory potency of molecular allergens under the supervision of Prof. The main focus of my work will be to assess the perception of chronic pain with means of in vivo electro physiology.
After Med School, I started to work in the lab of Prof. Stulnig at the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, shortly interrupted by a maternity leave.
I am working with cytokines interacting in adipose tissue inflammation and I want to elucidate the interplay between various cytokines in the obese adipose tissue. Currently, I am working in the group of Prof.
Michael Freissmuth at the Institute of Pharmacology. In my thesis project I am investigating the role of somatodendritically located serotonin transporters.
The main research interest of our lab is the contribution of innate, as well as adaptive immunity to the pathophysiology of atherogenesis.
Within this context I am currently studying the role of a certain complement component in atherosclerosis. My work, co-supervised by Johannes Huppa, is focused on the molecular dynamics of antigen recognition by cytolytic T cells CTLs with a particular emphasis on the role of the co-receptor CD8, which is known to sensitize CTLs for antigen.
The aim of my thesis is to determine how glial-neuron interactions can drive synaptic plasticity in nociceptive pathways in an electrophysiological approach.
Within my project we aim to characterize the role of host solute carrier proteins in viral replication as well as confirm their function as new regulatory group of proteins in the antiviral immune response. During the master studies, from march to aprilI was also enrolled in an internship at the Prof.
My project mainly focuses on hepatocellular carcinoma HCC on a background of obesity and diabetes.In I finished my master's degree program in International Business and Engineering at the FH Technikum Wien.
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