Inhaltspezifische Aktionen

Retreat (2018)

RTG Retreat (kick-off-meeting) in Schloss Rauischholzhausen

December 10/11, 2018

The program included presentations of 4 PIs and 11 PhD students. In addition, three former RTG members were invited to talk about their scientific work, their ways to pharma industry as well as personal experiences within the previous RTG.

Former RTG Members

Dr. Marco Preußner
Alternative splicing around the clock: Your body temperature sets the time

FU Berlin

Dr. Evangelos Thomas
Career in Biotech Industry

Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Dr. Bernhard Remes
Experience in RTG

Alcedis GmbH


Thomas Böttger
miRNA functions in muscle development and regeneration

Andre Schneider
RNA-binding proteins in contractile tissues

Gabriele Klug
Life cycle of a bacterial polycistronic mRNA

Alexander Goesmann
The de.NBI network – a dynamic and distributed infrastructure for bioinformatics in Germany

RTG Students

Janina Breuer (PI: Rossbach)
Artificial circular RNA sponges as a novel tool in molecular biology and medicine

Marie Mosbach (PI: Bindereif)
Identification of specific RNA motifs required for selective release in extracellular vesicles

Yvonne Eibach (PI: Schneider)
Regulatory functions of RNA-binding proteins RBPMS in granules (P-Body & Stress Granules) in the cardiovascular system

Francisca Amoah (PI: Sträßer)
Functional characterization of S. cerevisiae proteins Sub2 and Tho1 in mRNP formation

Philip Fleischhauer (PI: Kilchert)
Substrate specificity of the nuclear exosome in S.pombe

Shan Lin (PI: Schneider)
The function of RNA binding proteins RBPMS and RBPMS2 in cardiovascular system

Robina Scheuer (PI: Evguenieva-Hackenberg)
Posttranscriptional regulation of S-adenosylmethionine and N6-methyladenosine modification of RNA in the alpha-proteobacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti

Amri Schlüter (PI: Hartmann)
Global transcriptional control by the noncoding 6S RNAs in Bacillus subtilis

Timo Schlemmer (PI: Kogel/Koch)
Towards an RNAi-based control of plant diseases: Research into its mechanistic basis

Dimitar Veselinov Nachev (PI: Niepmann)
tRNA mimicry: RNA signals in viral and cellular mRNAs that are regulated by glycyl-tRNA synthetase

Daniel-Timon Spanka (PI: Klug)
Mechanisms of maturation of bacterial sRNA-mRNA-cotranscripts