Director

Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil
Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil
Director
Phone:+49 6131 379-131Fax:+49 6131 379-350
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Curriculum Vitae

What matters to us!

February

Our joined manuscript “High-Contrast Imaging of Nanodiamonds in Cells by Energy filtered and Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy: Towards a Quantitative Nanoparticle-Cell Analysis” coauthored by Marco Raabe has been accepted for publication in Nano Letters. Congratulations to the authors!

January 2019

Our paper entitled “Orthogonally Stimulated Assembly/Disassembly of Depsi-peptides by Rational Chemical Design” has been accepted in ChemBioChem. Congratulations to Michaela, Adriana, Jasmina, Tanja and David.

November 2018

Pierpaolo Moscariello successfully defended his PhD thesis. His work on “In vitro and in vivo investigation of dendronized streptavidin and fluorescent nanodiamonds, two flexible nanosystems efficiently crossing the blood-brain barrier to improve nanotheranostics in neurological disease treatment” was awarded the highest distinction "summa cum laude". Congratulations Pierpaolo!

Pierpaolo Moscariello successfully defended his PhD thesis. His work on “In vitro and in vivo investigation of dendronized streptavidin and fluorescent nanodiamonds, two flexible nanosystems efficiently crossing the blood-brain barrier to improve nanotheranostics in neurological disease treatment” was awarded the highest distinction "summa cum laude". Congratulations Pierpaolo!
Stephan Fischer (Graduate School in Medicine, Ulm University) defended his PhD on “Characterization of the uptake mechanism of bacterial protein-toxins and their inhibition by human peptides”. He is awarded summa cum laude for his exemplary work. Congratulations Dr. Fischer!

Stephan Fischer (Graduate School in Medicine, Ulm University) defended his PhD on “Characterization of the uptake mechanism of bacterial protein-toxins and their inhibition by human peptides”. He is awarded summa cum laude for his exemplary work. Congratulations Dr. Fischer!

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Strategic projects 2

Horizon2020 “AD Gut” Alzheimer Disease - gut connection

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J. Quambusch and T. Weil

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN-ETN) Protein Conjugates

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S. L. Kuan and T. Weil
 
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