Synthetic Models for REE-Methanoldehydrogenase Enzymes, PhD Student (since June 2016)
Henning started his studies back in 2009 through participating in the Bachelor program of Chemistry and Biochemistry of the LMU Munich. He prepared his bachelor thesis in the group of Prof. Dr. Dirk Trauner. After seven months of “work & travel“ in New Zealand, he continued his studies and started the Master’s program of the LMU in October 2013. He prepared his Master Thesis In the group of Prof. Dr. Paul Knochel and finished his studies in March 2016 by obtaining the Master’s Degree in chemistry.
Email: henning.lumpe[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab: D3.062, Phone: 77476
Mechanistic Studies of REE-Dependent Methanoldehydrogenase, PhD Student (since January 2017)
In 2009 Bere started her undergraduate studies in chemistry and biochemistry at the LMU Munich. She prepared her bachelor thesis in nanochemistry in the group of Prof. Dr. Bettina Lotsch. During 2014 she did an internship abroad in the group of Prof. Dr. Jenny Martin at the UQ in Australia (structural biology). In 2016 she prepared her master thesis in cell biology in the group of Prof. Dr. Angelika Vollmar and finished her postgraduate studies in August 2016 by obtaining the Master´s degree in Biochemistry.
Email: berenice.jahn[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475
Model complexes for Fe/α-ketoglutarate dependent oxidases for the elucidation of demethylation mechanisms in TET-enzymes, PhD Student (since July 2018)
Niko studied for a Masters Degree in Chemistry (M.Sc.) at the University of Heidelberg and conducted his research for his master thesis in our laboratory in collaboration with the Comba group. He did his Bachelor thesis in the group of Prof. Gade and previously conducted research internships at the university of Innsbruck and Harvard university.
Email: niko.jonasson[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab: D3.061, Phone: 77475
Bioremediation of Environmental Bisphenol A (BPA) Contamination Using Innovative Model Enzymes, Fulbright scholar (since September 2017)
Lauren obtained her B.S. with Honors in Chemistry and B.A. with Honors in German Studies in May 2016 from Trinity College (Connecticut, USA) with a Minor in Environmental Science. She previously spent some time as a Landesstipendiatin and Scholar of the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung at the Universität Tübingen in Germany. Her past and current research interests focus on bioorganometallic, bioinorganic chemistry and environmental science. During her Fulbright fellowship she is also affiliated with the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, where she is further exploring her growing interests in global water quality and international policy.
Email: lauren.davidson[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab: D3.062, Phone: 77113
Model complexes for REE-Methanoldehydrogenase Enzymes, Master Thesis Student (since April 2018)
Violeta studies for a Masters Degree in Chemistry (M.Sc.) at the LMU with emphasis on inroganic and organic chemistry. She prepared her Bachelor Thesis in organic chemistry the group of Prof. Paul Knochel and presviously was an intern at Bayer in Wuppertal and in our group.
Email: violeta.vetsova[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab: D3.062, Phone: 77113
Johann de Graaff
Synthesis of substrates for the spectroscopic and mechanistic investigation of Fe(IV)=O hydroxylases and their model complexes, Master Thesis student (Since May 2018)
Johann studies for a Masters Degree in Chemistry (M.Sc.) at the LMU with emphasis on organic and inorganic chemistry and biochemistry. He prepared his Bachelor Thesis in organic chemistry the group of Prof. Tommy Magauer and was presviously an intern with Prof. Thomas Carell and in our group.
Email: johann.degraaff[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475
Synthesis of immobilized Fe(IV)=O complexes for DNA base transformations, Master Thesis student (Since June 2018)
Kerstin studies for a Masters Degree in Chemistry (M.Sc.) at the LMU with emphasis on irnorganic and theoretical chemistry. She prepared her Bachelor Thesis in bioinorganic chemistry the group of Prof. Peter Klüfers and was presviously an intern with Prof. Pierre Kennepohl (University of British Columbia, Canada) and in the group of Dr. Thomas Jagau.
Email: Kerstin.rickmeyer[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475
Studies of artificial electron acceptors and redox active dyes in methanol dehydrogenase assays, ACF Intern (since May 2018)
Hurina obtained her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität in Münster after completing her thesis the Group of Prof. Mootz in the field of Biochemistry.
Alexander Brandt (AG Schwarzer)
Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475
Remy aka Puriflash XS
Cherished Labmember that runs our columns...
Neons, shrimps and snails (since April 2016)