BSRT Graduate School

Graduates

Name and Nationality Track and Project
Si_Hong@Yahoo.de's picture Si-Hong
Luu

(Germany)
Development of a novel monitoring assay for alloreactive T cells
Institute for Medical Immunology
Biology Track | graduated on the 13.01.2016 | Click here for thesis
levent.akyuez@charite.de's picture Levent
Akyüz

(Germany)
The Vagus Nerve - Importance in immnunodepression following stroke
Institute for Medical Immunology
Biology Track | graduated on the 15.12.2015 | Click here for thesis
emely.bortel@mpikg.mpg.de's picture Emely Lea
Bortel

(Germany)
Maturation of murine long bones: a high resolution micro-computed tomography study
Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
Engineering Track | graduated on the 02.12.2015 | Click here for thesis
Annette Birkhold's picture Annette
Birkhold

(Germany)
A 4D imaging approach to monitor bone remodeling
Julius Wolff Institute
Engineering Track | graduated on the 13.11.2015 | Click here for thesis
N.Timofee@tue.nl's picture Nadya
Timofeeva

(Russia)
Atomistic simulation of spectroscopic data of collagen in bone
Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
Engineering Track | graduated on the 30.10.2015 |
riedel@drfz.de's picture René
Riedel

(Germany)
Localization and Characterization of Murine Memory B Lmphocytes
Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum Berlin
Biology Track | graduated on the 12.10.2015 | Click here for thesis
andrea.sass@charite.de's picture Andrea
Sass

(Germany)
Application of CD31+ cells to facilitate endogenous bone regeneration under biologically compromised conditions
Julius Wolff Institute
Biology Track | graduated on the 09.10.2015 | Click here for thesis
aga.denkis@gmail.com's picture Agnieszka
Denkis

(Poland)
The role of septin 9 in modulation of BMP2-induced signaling
Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry
Biology Track | graduated on the 11.09.2015 | Click here for thesis
kristin.strohschein@charite.de's picture Kristin
Strohschein

(Germany)
Mesenchymal stromal cells as modulators in skeletal muscle trauma - investigatimg possible modes of action
Julius Wolff Institute
Biology Track | graduated on the 11.09.2015 | Click here for thesis
katja.stange@charite.de's picture Katja
Stange

(Germany)
Functional and molecular analysis of mutations in the BMP pathway associated with skeletal malformations
Berlin-Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies
Biology Track | graduated on the 10.09.2015 | Click here for thesis

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