Alessia SCHIRRIPA

Nationality: Italy

Starting date: September 2017

Project: The role of MEK1 signalling in haematopoietic stem cells aging

 

 

Rainer ETTELT

Nationality: Germany

Starting date: October 2017

Project: The role of MEK1 in regulation of autophagy

 

 

Georg VUCAK

Nationality: Austria

With us since October 2015

Project: TBA

 

Stefanie TOIFL

Nationality: Austria

With us since April 2016

Project: TBA


Laura BOCCUNI

I think that the PhD program is very educational. It allows you not only to improve your scientific knowledgement and to choose between interesting research projects, but also helps you to become a well-rounded scientist, offering lectures, courses, workshops and the possibility to exchange ideas, because I believe that the best way to advance science is to share it.

Nationality: Italy

Starting date: September 2017

Project: Impact of p38 MAPK pathway on transcriptome changes upon Interferons treatment

 

 

Aarathy RAVI SUNDAR JOSI GEETHA

Nationality: India

Starting date: September

Project: The role of Jak-Stat Signaling in Chromatin modification in splenic Macrophages and T-cells

 

 

Katrin FISCHER

 

Nationality: Austria

With us since May 2018

Project: TBA


Valeria STEFANIA

Nationality: Italy

With us since February 2018

Project:TBA


Simona FERRAIOLI

Nationality: Italy

With us since August 2014

Project: Role of Lap2alpha-LaminA/C complexes in chromatin organization during cell differentiation

 

 

Christina MANAKANATAS

Nationality: Greece

With us since October 2017

Project: Mechanistic Insight into endothelial dysfunction linked to cardiovascular disease in Progeria


Martina BORRONI

Nationality: Italy

With us since October 2016

Project: The Role of type I IFN signalling in immune homeostasis

 

 

Kevin EISLMAYR

PhD student representative for the program

Nationality: Austria

With us since June 2016

Project: IL-1 cytokines in S. pyogenes infection: new view of known players


Levent BAS

The Cell Signalling PhD program provides a friendly environment where you can improve your skills during your PhD degree by both being challenged and supported scientifically

Nationality: Turkey

With us since April 2014

Project: Biochemical analysis of Atg1 kinase function using reconstitutions and semi-permeabilized cells

 

 

David HOLLENSTEIN

 

Nationality: Austria

With us since January 2018

Project: Identifying the Molecular Function of Vac8 in Yeast Autophagy

 

 

Raffaela TORGGLER

Nationality: Austria

With us since August 2015

Project: Molecular mechanism of Atg1 kinase and autophagy activation


Laura SANTINI

Nationality: Italy

Starting date: September 2017

Project: Signal integration at the exit from ES cell self-renewal

 

 

Andreas LACKNER

Nationality: Austria

With us since August 2015

Project: TBA

 

Elena GALIMBERTI

Nationality: Italy

With us since September 2015

Project: TBA

 


Daniel ELSNER

The program brings together students from different fields to discuss their research. By this students gain a broader view on cell signalling which enables them to think beyond their specific discipline.

 

Nationality: Austria

With us since September 2014

Project: Unraveling the molecular details of membrane-mediated PKD activation

 

 

Daniel POKORNÝ

Nationality: Czech Republik

Starting date: September 2017

Project: Elucidating the molecular basis of Sgk3 activation by the lipid second messenger phosphatidylinositol-3-phosphate


Alberto DANIELI

Nationality: Italy

Starting date: September 2017

Project: TBA


Lena HESS

Nationality: Austria

With us since May 2017

Project: Histone deacetylase 1 and 2 as immune cell regulators

 

 

Terezia VCELKOVA

Nationality: Slovak

With us since October 2017

Project: Impact of catalytic activity and post-translation modifications of histone deacetylase 1 on differentiation and development


Sara SCINICARIELLO

Nationality: Italy

With us since August 2017

Project: Identification of novel protein stability regulators in dynamic homeostasis control