Team Members

 

Dr. Che Julius Ngwa

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Dr. Julius Che Ngwa is a group leader in the section.

He is working on the project:

Functional characterization of epigenetically regulated zinc finger proteins important for malaria parasite transmission

He is currently supervising

the doctoral theses of Jean Pierre Mysabyimana, Afia Farrukh and Borja Hahnsen.

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Dr. Sandra Bennink

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Dr. Sandra Bennink is post doctoral co-worker in the working group.

She is working on the topic:

The dynamics of stress granules during translational control in malaria gametocytes

and the DFG project about the scaffolding protein WLP1 in malaria gametocytes.

She is in charge of the doctor thesis of Hanan Begali and the master thesis of Juliane Saßmannshausen.

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Emilie Joelle Njila

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Ms. Njila has been a PhD student in the working group since 2015.

She is working on the following topic

Unveiling the role of putative 7-transmembrane receptors of malaria parasites during transmission from the human host to the mosquito vector

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Timo Reiß

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Timo Reiß has been a PhD student in the working group since 2017.

He is working on the following topic:

Factor H-mediated complement evasion by the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum

Currently he is supervising the research internship of Viola Franken and the bachelor thesis of Hannah Theis.

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Jean Pierre Musabyimana

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Jean Pierre Musabyimana has been a PhD student in the working group since April 2019 and is working on the topic:

Comparative mapping of the DNA-methylation status in the blood and transmission stages of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum

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Borja Hanhsen

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Borja Hanhsen has been a PhD student in the working group from May 2019.

He is working on the topic:

Functional characterization of epigenetically regulated zinc finger proteins important for malaria parasite transmission

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Afia Farrukh

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Afia Farrukh has been a PhD student in the working group since October 2019.

She is working on the topic:

Functional characterization of epigenetically regulated zinc finger proteins important for malaria parasite transmission

 
 
 

Elke Wilden

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Elke Wilden is a technical assistant and organizes the training of medical students.

She also takes over the administrative tasks of the working group.

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Ute Ewodo Beyeme

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Ute Ewodo is the coordinator for the new, English-language specialisation "Medical Life Sciences" in the Master's programme in Biology.

The office hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10-11 am. Outside these hours, please make an appointment.

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Claudia Hansen

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Ms. Hansen has been our new Technical Assistant since August.

She supports our scientists in the laboratory

and is responsible for the animal stable.