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Institute for micorbiology and genetics
I have a permanent position at the department of microbiology at the TU-München. As a microbiologist I am interested in the regulation of central metabolism in prokaryotic organisms with different types of energy metabolism such as Clostridia, Bacilli and acetic acid bacteria. Furthermore I worked as a software developer for several years in a bioinformatics company and I am very interested in bioinformatics and handling of large amounts of data.
I'm a PhD student at the lab of Prof. Dr. Jörg Stülke.
My main interest is to analyze the central metabolism of Bacillus subtilis using systems biology software.
I have developed an algorithm to find short pathways connecting sets of metabolites and I'm also involved in SubtiWiki, the wiki for all genes of Bacillus subtilis (http://subtiwiki.uni-goettingen.de)
I`m interested to investigate the Influence of the accumulation of reduction equivalents on solvent production
Researcher at the National Laboratory of Scientific Computing (LNCC). She was Post Doc (2010 – 2015) of the Department of Computer Science at the COPPE Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and was supported by a FAPERJ’s grant “Post-Doc Note 10” (2013 – 2015). She received both her D.Sc. (2010) and M.Sc. (2006) in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the Oswaldo Cruz Institute (FIOCRUZ) (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and her B.Sc. (2002) in Pharmaceutical Biochemistry from the
Tools: bacterial two-hybrid system, SubtiWiki, SPINE, Chemical cross-linking, Proteomics (2D-PAGE), mutant strain generation, Genetic modification, Genetic analysis, Biochemistry and protein analysis, Molecular Biology, Microbiology
Systems Biology studies the properties and phenotypes that emerge from the interaction of biomolecules where such properties are not obvious from those of the individual molecules. By connecting fields such as genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, mathematics, cell biology, genetics, mathematics, engineering and computer sciences, Systems Biology enables discovery of yet unknown principles underlying the functioning of living cells. At the same time, testable and predictive models of complex
Modelling carbon core metabolism in Bacillus subtilis – Exploring the contribution of protein complexes in core carbon and nitrogen metabolism.
Bacillus subtilis is a prime model organism for systems biology approaches because it is one of the most advanced models for functional genomics. Furthermore, comprehensive information on cell and molecular biology, physiology and genetics is available and the European Bacillus community (BACELL) has a well-established reputation for applying