Dr. Che Julius NgwaCopyright: © Ute Ewodo
Dr. Julius Che Ngwa is a group leader in the section.
He is working on the projects
He further heads the Drug-Screening platform of the unit.
He is currently supervising the doctoral theses of Jean Pierre Musabyimana, Sherihan Musa and Afia Farrukh as well as the medical doctoral thesis of Rabea Stratmann.
Dr. Sandra BenninkCopyright: © Ute Ewodo
Dr. Sandra Bennink is a group leader in the working group.
She is working on the topic
and the DFG project about the scaffolding protein WLP1 in malaria gametocytes as well as
the new project on vesicle dynamics during host cell egress by malaria gametocytes.
Currently, she supervises the doctoral thesis of Juliane Saßmannshausen and the bachelor theses of Christian Kühne and Jana Lechtenberg. Currently, she is technically supported by the research assistants Michelle Schumacher and Sarah Wittlich.
Furthermore, Dr. Bennink is involved in the teaching of medical students and is part of the lecture series "Cell Biology 1 for Medical Students".
Emilie Joelle Tchoufack NjilaCopyright: © Ute Ewodo
Ms. Njila has been a PhD student in the working group since 2015.
She is working on the following topic
Emilie Njila is supported by a DAAD PhD fellowship.
Timo ReißCopyright: © Ute Ewodo
Timo Reiß is a researcher in the working group since 2017.
He is working on the following topic:
Further, Timo Reiss is involved in lab management as well as in teaching and the supervision of students. Currently, he is supervising the master thesis of Felix Müller.
Jean Pierre MusabyimanaCopyright: © CMS Web
Jean Pierre Musabyimana has been a PhD student in the working group since April 2019 and is working on the topic:
Currently he is supervising the bachelor thesis of Christina Berks and the master thesis of Janice Manti.
Mean Pierre Musabyimana is supported by a DAAD PhD fellowship.
Sherihan MusaCopyright: © CMS Web
Sherihan Musa is a PhD student in the working group since July 2021.
She is working on the topics:
Histone methylation during Plasmodium falciparum sexual differentiation.
Afia FarrukhCopyright: © Afia Farrukh
Afia Farrukh has been a PhD student in the working group since October 2019.
She is working on the topic:
Currently, she is supervising the bachelor thesis of Tim Bierwagen.
Afia Farrukh is supported by a DAAD PhD fellowship.
Rabea StratmannCopyright: © R. Stratmann
Rabea Stratmann has been a team member of our working group since february 2020.
She is working under the supervision of Dr. Julius Che Ngwa on her medical doctoral thesis on
"Screening of bromodomain compounds against Plasmodium falciparum"
Juliane SaßmannshausenCopyright: © Ute Ewodo
Juliane Saßmannshausen has been a PhD student since Mai 2020 in our group.
Currently, she supervises the bachelor thesis of Jana Lechtenberg.
Dr. Katharina WalczuchCopyright: © Ute Ewodo
Katharina Walczuch is coordinator of the DFG priority programme SPP 2225, which is headed by Prof. Pradel. She is further responsible for coordinating the teaching responsibilities of the division.