Early Stage Researchers

Dr. Kamila Lucia Bokszczanin

GenXPro GmbH (GXP) Altenhöferallee 3 60438 Frankfurt Main Germany EMail: kbokszczanin at genxpro.de Web: Homepage

The project of Dr. Bokszczanin is:
Transcriptomes and epigenomes of germplasm and breeding lines contrasting in their response to HS (Research Project IRP10).


Dr. Yuanyuan Chen

GenXPro GmbH (GXP) Altenhöferallee 3 60438 Frankfurt Main Germany EMail: ychen at genxpro.de Web: Homepage

The project of Dr. Chen is:
Transcriptomes and epigenomes of germplasm and breeding lines contrasting in their response to HS (Research Project IRP10).


Dr. Sotirios Fragkostefanakis

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (GUF) Institute for Molecular Biosciences Molecular Plant Sciences Center for Membrane Proteomics Max-von-Laue-Str. 9 60438 Frankfurt am Main Germany EMail: fragkostefanakis at bio.uni-frankfurt.de Web: Homepage

The project of Dr. Fragkostefanakis is:
Regulation and interactions of pollen-specific Hsf and chaperone networks (Research Project IRP9).


Anida Mesihovic

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (GUF) Institute for Molecular Biosciences Molecular Plant Sciences Center for Membrane Proteomics Max-von-Laue-Str. 9 60438 Frankfurt am Main Germany EMail: anida.mesihovic at gmail.com Web: Homepage

The project of Mrs. Mesihovic is:
Regulation and interactions of pollen-specific Hsf and chaperone networks (Research Project IRP9).


Puneet Paul

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (GUF) Institute for Molecular Biosciences Molecular Plant Sciences Center for Membrane Proteomics Max-von-Laue-Str. 9 60438 Frankfurt am Main Germany EMail: paul at bio.uni-frankfurt.de Web: Homepage

The project of Mr. Paul is:
Protein homeostasis during pollen development at higher temperatures (Research Project IRP1).


Florian Müller

University of Nijmegen (RUN) Department of Molecular Plant Physiology Institute for Water and Wetland Research Heyandaalseweg 135 6525 AJ Nijmegen The Netherlands EMail: F.Muller at science.ru.nl Web: Homepage

The project of Mr. Müller is:
The role of epigenetic modification in acclimation to heat stress in tomato (Research Project IRP2).


Hanjing Li

University of Nijmegen (RUN) Department of Molecular Plant Physiology Institute for Water and Wetland Research Heyandaalseweg 135 6525 AJ Nijmegen The Netherlands EMail: H.Li at science.ru.nl Web: Homepage

The project of Mrs. Li is:
Hsf-Hsp interaction and function in tomato anthers and pollen (Research Project IRP3).


Sridharan Jegadeesan

The Agricultural Research Organisation of Israel The Volcani Centre (ARO) Department of Vegetable Research Institute for Plant Sciences 50250 Bet Dagan Israel EMail: Sridharan at volcani.agri.gov.il Web: Homepage

The project of Mr. Jegadeesan is:
The role of pollen-specific HSR genes in pollen thermotolerance (Research Project IRP4)


Dominik Marko

Metapontum Agrobios S.R.L. (MAB) Strada Statale Ionica 106 KM. 448,2 Frazione di Metaponto SNC 75010 Bernalda Italy EMail: dominik.marko at gmail.com Web: Homepage

The project of Mr. Marko is:
Production and analysis of mutants in Hsf and Hsp genes (Research Project IRP 5).


Marine Paupiere

Wageningen Unversity (WUR) Department of Plant Sciences Droevendaalsesteeg 1 6708 PB Wageningen The Netherlands EMail: marine.paupiere at gmail.com Web: Homepage

The project of Mrs. Paupiere is:
Metabolomics of thermotolerant tomato lines (Research Project IRP 6).


Palak Chaturvedi

University Vienna (UNV) Department for Molecular Systems Biology Althanstr. 14 1090 Vienna Austria EMail: palak.chaturvedi at univie.ac.at Web: Homepage

The project of Ms. Chaturvedi is:
Proteomics of PTT - high throughput screening for protein markers and protein modifications (Research Project IRP 7).


Hamed Bostan

University of Studies of Naples Frederico II (UNF) Department of Soil, Plants Environmental and Animal Production Sciences Laboratory of Computer Aided Biosciences Via Universita 100 80055 Portici Italy EMail: bostanict.net at gmail.com Web: Homepage

The project of Mr. Bostan is:
Development of a gene network for modelling of pollen thermotolerance (Research Project IRP 8).


 

 

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