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Student Funding

  • 2016-2019
    Doc Stipendium for Angelika Heissl under my supervision, PhD Fellowship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (24529); 
    “Meiotic recombination as a potential driver of microsatellite evolution”;  (acceptance rate ~10%); €112,500
     
  • 2012-2015
    Doc Stipendium for Barbara Arbeithuber, PhD Fellowship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (23722);
    “Assessment of de novo Mutations in Meiotic Recombination Products”; (acceptance rate ~10%); €112,500


Student Supervision

PhD Student Supervision

Jan’14-

Angelika Heissl, University of Linz. Thesis topic: Characterization of the evolution of poly-As in recombination hotspots

April’14-

Theresa Schwarz, University of Linz. Thesis topic: Characterization of the binding affinity of human Prdm9

May’15-

Renato Salazar, University of Linz. Thesis topic: Development of an ultra-sensitive sequencing technology to measure driver mutations

Nov’17- 

Sofia Moura, University of Linz. Thesis topic: Characterization of driver mutations in the male germline

Nov’17-

Ingrid Hartl, University of Linz. Thesis topic: Sequence-function analysis of driver mutations by biophysical methods

Alumnae:  

Nov’10- 

Barbara Arbeithuber, University of Linz. PhD thesis topic: Detection of mutations at recombination hotspots. Graduation Mar’ 2016

Oct’11- 

Yasmin Striedner, University of Linz. PhD thesis topic: Characterization of the binding affinity of Prdm9 by quantitative biophysical methods Graduation Mar’ 2017.

Master Student Supervision

Mar’17-

Nicole Zeppezauer, University of Linz; Thesis Title: Determination of binding kinetics of PRDM9 via surface plasmon resonance

 

Gregor Grobner, University of Linz; Thesis Title: Characterization of biased gene conversion and poly-A tracts in meiotic recombination

Alumnae:  

Mar’17-Jul’18

Patrick Ortner, University of Linz; Thesis Title:Characterization of pathogenic microsatellite evolution using duplex sequencing

May’16-Mar’17

Theresa Zacherl, University of Linz; Thesis Title: Binding characteristics of human PRDM9

Apr’15-Feb’16

Elisabeth Palzenberger; University of Linz; Thesis Title: Optimization of bead-emulsification conditions

Sep’13-Jan’14

Theresa Schwarz; University of Linz; Thesis Title: Characterization of PRDM9-a key protein in meiotic recombination

May’13-May’14

Marina Giller, University of Linz; Thesis Title: Detection of FGFR mutants by bead-emulsion amplification (BEA)

Bachelor Student Supervision

2018

Astrid Haubenhofer

2018

Georg Weckert

2017

Maja Ivankovic

Alumnae:

 

2017  

Christina Humer, Simone Malzer, Klaus Radlmair

2016 

Antonia Netzl, Veronika Wallner

2015

Ronja Reinhardt, Bastienne Zaremba, Anna Maria Reisenbichler, Theresa Zacherl, Nicole Zeppezauer, Robert Reischl

2014

Bernhard Krotzer, Petra Müller, Gaby Grassmann, Tamara DeZuani

2013

Anita Lossinger

2012

Bettina Edlinger, Ingrid Hartl

2011

Dominik Elmer, Alexander Gregor-Mosku, Silke Koch