PhD Students

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Ms. Chloé ACKAERT completed her master study of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Leuven, Belgium. She is a member of the group of  Albert Duschl and her PhD thesis project investigates *The impact of nitration on the immunogenicity of Bet v 1*.

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Ms. Christina STERNBERG obtained her Master degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Salzburg, Austria. She works in the group of  Fritz Aberger and her PhD thesis project deals with *Hedgehog/Gli Signal Interactions in Cancer Development* 

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Ms. Regina FISCHER finished her Master of Science at the Technical University Munich. She works in the group of  Hans Brandstetter, her PhD project is focused on *The structural and biochemical characterization of allergens* 

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Mr. Shihui GUO completed his master study of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy Of Sciences. He is a member of the group of  Hans Brandstetter and his PhD thesis project investigates *Activity regulation in prostat-specific KLKs*. 

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Mr. Martin WOLF completed his master of Sciences at the University of Salzburg. He is a member of the group of  Fatima Ferreira and his PhD thesis is focused on characterization of *Pectate lyase pollen allergens and their immune polarizing properties*
 
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Ms. Claudia ASAM finished her Master of Science at the University of Salzburg. She is part of the group of  Fátima Ferreira and her PhD projects is focused on *Uncovering allergy-eliciting intrinsic properties of pollen allergens*. 

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Ms. Theresa NEUPER studied Genetics at the University of Salzburg. In the group of  Albert Duschl she investigates *The Crosstalk between NOD like receptor – and cytokine signaling*

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Ms. Almedina ISAKOVIC finished her Master of Science in Genetics at the University of Salzburg. She is a member of the group of  Josef Thalhamer and her PhD thesis project is focused on *The natural immune response against the timothy grass pollen allergen Phl p 5 in non-atopic humans living in different environments*

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Ms. Isabella RADAUER-PREIML finished her Master of Science at the University of Salzburg. She works in the group of  Albert Duschl, her PhD project is focused on *The immunotoxicity of nanomaterials*. 

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Ms. Evelyn HUTTERER finished her Master of Science at the University of Salzburg. She works in the group of  Richard Greil and Tanja Hartmann at the LIMCR, 3rd Medical Department, University Hospital Salzburg and her PhD project is focused on *The role of the integrin LFA-1 in the pathophysiology of CLL*. 

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Ms. Lisa Weilnböck

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Mr. Sergey GUSENKOV, Master of Science in department of Analytical Chemistry at Obninsk State Technical University for Nuclear Power Engineering, Russia. He works in the group of  Christian Huber, his PhD research is based on *Characterization of nitrated allergens by Capillary Electrophoresis in combination with UV and MS detection.* 

Contact: Sergey.Gusenkov.@sbg.ac.at


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Ms.Linda Krisch


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Mr. Yoan MACHADO completed his master of Sciences at the University of Havana, Cuba. He is a member of the group of  Josef Thalhamer and his PhD thesis project is focused in *Carbohydrate coupling of proteins – implications on immune polarization and allergenicity*

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Ms. Elisabeth HINTERSEER finished her Master of Science at the University of Salzburg. She is a member of the research group of  Richard Greil and Tanja Hartmann at the LIMCR, 3rd Medical Department, University Hospital Salzburg and her PhD thesis project deals with *Microenvironmental and Adhesive Processes as Targets for novel Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approaches in CLL – The Role of CXCR4/VLA-4 Interactions* 

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Mr. Lukasz CEGIELKOWSKI
Contact: Lukasz.Cegielkowski(at)sbg.ac.at