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Henning Lumpe

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

Berenice Jahn

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: D3.062, Phone: 77476

Niko Jonasson

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

Violeta Vetsova

Model complexes for REE-Methanoldehydrogenase Enzymes, PhD Student (since December 2018)

Violeta studied 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. She continued her PhD with us after completing her Masters Thesis on Model complexes for REE-Methanoldehydrogenase Enzymes.

Email: violeta.vetsova[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Helena Singer

Biochemistry of the Lanthanides and Actinides. PhD Student (since January 2019).

Helena studied for a Masters Degree in Chemistry (M.Sc.) at the LMU with emphasis on inorganic and physical chemistry. She prepared her Bachelor Thesis in inorganic chemistry the group of Prof. Dirk Johrendt and presviously was an intern with Prof. Bein and Prof. Kornath and well as in the group of Dr. Zwickenpflug at the Walther-Straub-Institute. She is currenty pursuing her PhD with us after completing her Masters Thesis in the working group of Dr. Steinritz at the Institute for Pharmacology and Toxikology, German armed forces. She is also working on the MZL Project: Vernetzes Curriculum Biologie/Chemie.

Email: helena.singer[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab: D3.062, Phone: 77476

Tri Phi

Biochemistry of the Lanthanides. PhD Student (since October 2019).

Tri continued his Master’s studies at the LMU after receiving his B.Sc. in Chemistry and Biochemistry there. With majors in biochemistry and organic chemistry, he conducted lab rotation with Thomas Carell (LMU), Thorsten Bach (TU Munich) and Dieter Edbauer (DZNE), covering topics of epigenetics, neurodegenerative diseases and total synthesis. For his master’s thesis he hopped the pond and joined the lab of Prof. Chris Chang at the University of California, Berkeley working on novel amino acid-specific bioconjugation reactions. Outside the lab, he is a member of the student initiative btS e.V. and organizes local network events and workshops to give life science students an early insight into industry. Moreover, he enjoys browsing the world wide web for cat gifs and dank memes.

Email: Tri.phi[@]cup.uni-muenchen.de, Lab: D3.062, Phone: 77476

Fee Kielinowski

Hiwi (Since May 2019)

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

David Schmidl

Investigations of Fe(IV)=O complex reactivity against nucleosides (Master's Thesis)

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Annika Menke

Cisplatin and the chemical biology of epigenetic transformations (Master's Thesis)

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Rachel Janßen

Synthesis of PQQ derivatives (Master's thesis)

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Sophie Gutenthaler

Synthesis and detection of lanthanide specific ligands (Master Thesis)

Lab D2.004, Phone: 77391

Almuth Schmid

PQQ lanthanide complexes (Bachelor Student)

Lab: D3.061, Phone: 77475

Hans Hurmiz

Studies of rare earth element dependent bacteria and enzymes (Bachelor Student)

Lab: D3.062, Phone: 77476

Aila Rothweiler

Synthesis of new Iron(IV) oxo complexes (ACF intern)

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Jonas Dechent

Immobilization of Iron(IV) oxo complexes (ACF intern)

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Michael Mertens

Hiwi SFB1309

Lab D3.061, Phone: 77475

Remy aka Puriflash XS

Cherished Labmember that runs our columns...

Labpets

Neons, shrimps and snails (since April 2016)