Study overview

  • Would you like to gain a broad insight into the different areas of biotechnology?
  • Would you like to complete a practical course of study with interesting research projects?
  • Do you want to work in small groups with individual supervision in a future technology with very good career prospects?

Then Ansbach University of Applied Sciences is the right place for you. We offer you:

  • A very good supervision ratio of professors to students
  • Continuous adaptation of study contents to new developments in company practice
  • Working in small groups

High practical orientation through a practical semester of study, project work, collaboration in research projects, equipment sponsorships, lecture-accompanying internships and practice-oriented application examples in the courses.

  • International orientation through potential stays abroad and many offers for language training
  • Strengthening social skills by offering techniques for presentation and communication as well as individual application training.
  • A colourful campus life through cross-faculty activities in the fields of sport, music and theatre

Biotechnology is an innovative key technology that creates secure jobs. Many challenges of our time can no longer be solved without modern biotechnology. Whether the nutrition of a constantly growing population, the conversion of chemical processes to environmentally compatible and resource-saving technologies (white biotechnology), the production of drugs, vaccines and diagnostics, or flavorings and starter cultures for the food industry are to be considered, all of them require excellently trained specialists.

IBT is the only course of study in Germany with such a broad orientation in the life sciences. The interdisciplinary and practice-oriented course deals with the basics of natural sciences and engineering, business administration as well as legal and ethical aspects. The main course provides knowledge in the core modules of bioprocess engineering, biocatalysis, molecular biology, bioanalytics as well as food and pharmaceutical products. New laboratories equipped with modern measuring and analysis equipment are available for this purpose.

Brief synopsis

The Industrial Biotechnology (IBT) programme concludes with a Bachelor of Science degree after seven semesters of regular study. The programme can only begin in the winter semester. There are currently no restrictions on admission. Lectures are mainly held on the Ansbach campus. The language of instruction is German. The course director is Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Knoblauch.

 

Study structure

Biotechnology sees itself as a melting pot of the various scientific and engineering disciplines. Modern techniques from the fields of molecular and microbiology have given biotechnology an enormous boost worldwide in recent years. In order to meet the demands of research and industry on biotechnologists, the aim of this course is to train students as comprehensively and practically as possible. The Bachelor's programme provides intensive practical training in these core biotechnological subjects; the share of internships comprises about half of the course hours.

The course prepares students for work in a variety of professional fields in the field of biotechnology and applied biosciences. The programme is geared towards the learning of scientific basics and methods and conveys a vocational and practice-oriented degree for independent activities in the field of application-oriented research, development, production or administration.

The most important study goals are:

  • the acquisition of sound knowledge of scientific and engineering fundamentals and knowledge of methods in theory and practice
  • professional competences in all areas of life sciences and specialisation in your fields of interest
  • Basic knowledge of communication techniques, law, business administration and technology assessment (ELSA)

The programme is modularised throughout and comprises 210 ECTS credits. In the first two semesters, the students mainly learn the basics of science and technology. The third to seventh semesters comprise subject-specific courses on technical and scientific applications and the practical semester.

 

Essential application areas of biotechnology can be found in the conception of the core modules of the Industrial Biotechnology course.

The concrete curriculum is shown in the following table. The rectangles indicate individual courses of the modules, the affiliation to the module groups is indicated by the corresponding colours.

 

 

Laboratories

Biotechnology / Biotechnikum

To the laboratory

Biochemistry / Microbiology

To the laboratory

Electrical measurement, control and regulation technology

To the laboratoryt

Simulation / Data processing

To the laboratory

Molecular biology / Applied bioanalytics

To the laboratory

Process engineering / Bulk material analysis

Zur Laboransicht

Raw materials and environmental metrology / Combustion technology

To the laboratory

Further Information

Due to the wide range of qualifications, graduates of biotechnological studies have employment opportunities in various areas of the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, but other fields of employment also offer potential.

In the following some of the most important job opportunities of the graduates are listed.

  • Chemical or pharmaceutical industry
  • Food and semiluxury food production
  • Cosmetics, paper and textile industry
  • Plant and apparatus engineering
  • Extraction of energy materials and biomass
  • Environmental protection or environmental measurement technology
  • Authorities (technical supervision, environment, health)
  • Freelance activities (e.g. patenting, management consulting)

 

 

Future outlook

In general, the future opportunities for the biotechnology sector are excellent. This is also the result of a broad-based study. In 2007, the German Biotechnology Industry Association (DIB) commissioned a study to be carried out by the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research and the German Institute for Economics (DIW) in Berlin.

The most important results of the study are listed below:

  • Already today, between 258,000 and 443,000 jobs are directly influenced by biotechnology.
  • Depending on the market situation, another 100,000 jobs will be created in the next few years.
  • By 2020, biotechnology can secure or create 369,000 to 596,000 jobs.
  • These are more jobs than are currently employed in the entire chemical industry with around 440,000 employees.

Admission requirements

University entrance qualification, general or subject-related university entrance qualification or vocational qualification (master craftsman or vocational training and 3 years of professional experience in relevant training occupations). There are no special qualification requirements such as the successful passing of an aptitude test or proof of previous practical experience for the Bachelor's degree in Industrial Biotechnology.

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Nathalie Ganter

Pharmaceutical research

"After studying industrial biotechnology for 7 semesters at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, I joined the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim (turnover 2016: 16 billion euros) will be employed as a technical employee."

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Daniel Christofori

Pharma production

"Der Studiengang Industrielle Biotechnologie war für mich ein voller Erfolg."

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Daniel Christofori

Pharma production

"The bachelor's programme in industrial biotechnology at Ansbach University was a complete success for me. In addition to the basics in the first two semesters, a large number of different core subjects are offered. Due to this wide range, I was able to recognize my inclinations during my studies and to deepen them later in my studies through compulsory electives and project work. The professors were very committed and maintained very personal contact with the students. A large part of the studies were also internships, during which a lot of practical knowledge was imparted in manageable groups and good supervision. The good and practical training was demonstrated during the six-month internship at Roche, the world's largest biotech company. I was also able to do my bachelor's thesis with this company. I owe my master's degree in biotechnology/bioengineering in cooperation with Roche in Freising not least to the excellent training at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences.

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Nathalie Ganter

Pharmaceutical research

After the 7-semestrigen Bachelorstudium of the industrial biotechnology at the university Ansbach I have with the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim (turnover 2016: 16 billion euros) as a technical employee. Boehringer Ingelheim's core business is the research, development and production of drugs. My department belongs to to the transfer group, in which we produce products of our customers (other pharmaceutical companies) on their behalf in our large-scale plants. My daily work includes both laboratory and office activities, which makes my daily work very varied. In the laboratory carried out the tests necessary to implement the new customer product in our plants. In the office you will find The agreements with our international customers take place and the test results are summarized there in reports and presentations. The IBT studies at Ansbach University prepared me ideally for my work in the pharmaceutical industry. Through the vivid internships during the of my studies I had a very well-founded practical experience in the laboratory. In addition, I am very convinced of the professors and study staff, who can look after the students more intensively and individually through the small working groups. For these reasons, in retrospect, I would opt for this course again.

Lina Staufer

In der Krebsforschung

„Der Bachelor-Studiengang Industrielle Biotechnologie zeichnet sich in meinen Augen vor Allem durch eine Vielzahl an praxisnahen Praktika aus."

 

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Lina Staufer

In der Krebsforschung

"In my opinion, the bachelor's programme in Industrial Biotechnology is characterised above all by a large number of practical internships. In the lectures, the professors provided a very good mixture of important basics, application examples and the current state of technology and science. For me, studying at the Ansbach campus meant a high-quality education in a family atmosphere. After completing my studies, I was able to bring a broad knowledge and methodical repertoire to my job in cancer research."

Marcella Kraft

Regenerative Medicine

"The manageable size of the university and the modern equipment of the laboratories and the library speak in favour of studying industrial biotechnology in Ansbach".

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Marcella Kraft

Regenerative Medicine

"The manageable size of the university and the modern equipment of the laboratories and the library speak in favour of studying industrial biotechnology in Ansbach. The good contact with the professors due to the small number of students also creates a pleasant atmosphere in the faculty. The possibility of sponsoring a device was a good experience, which was more intensive with a topic such as the culture of eukaryotic cells. to employ and train. I benefited from this knowledge during my Bachelor's thesis."

What is white biotechnology?

White biotechnology - also known as industrial biotechnology - is the use of nature's tools in industrial production according to a definition by the European industrial association EuropaBio.
White biotechnology therefore uses organisms or their components as the basis for industrial production.
White biotechnology is currently undergoing rapid development as a result of recent scientific successes that have led to the elucidation of biological systems and their control and regulation mechanisms. It encompasses a multitude of products, methods and applications. The products of industrial biotechnology include special and fine chemicals, food or food additives, agricultural and pharmaceutical precursors and numerous excipients for the processing industry. The methods of modern white biotechnology can be used both to establish new biotechnological production processes for existing products and to develop new products with high value-added potential.

White biotechnology today

White biotechnology uses microorganisms or their components to produce valuable biotechnological products or to carry out important chemical reactions with the help of their metabolic functions. The source of the strains used in industrial biotechnology is nature. It is estimated that more than two billion different species of microorganisms exist, of which less than 1% are known to date. These microorganisms provide amazing metabolic performance that is exploited by industrial or white biotechnology. More than 10,000 different naturally occurring enzymes are suspected, of which only a fraction is known.

White biotechnology is currently experiencing a strong upswing, on the one hand due to the establishment of successful projects and on the other hand due to success in molecular biological and biotechnological research: genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, screening methods and bioinformatics have paved the way for ever better methods. The time required for the development and establishment of new biotechnological processes and products has been significantly reduced. The standardisation and miniaturisation of biotechnological production processes further advanced development. Recently, both science and industry have been increasingly involved in the industrial application of biotechnology.
Increased global competition and the resulting rise in energy and raw material prices, as well as efforts to make industrial processes more sustainable overall, have further accelerated this development.
White biotechnology can make a substantial contribution to overcoming future challenges. It can contribute to this:

Establish simpler, cleaner and more environmentally friendly production processes.
Reduce dependence on fossil raw materials
Reduce investment costs
Reduce energy and disposal costs
To develop new products and system solutions with high added value potential
Improve
the competitiveness of many industries

Further information:

Federal Ministry of Education and Research: Comprehensive page on biotechnology
www.bmbf.de

Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology e.V.
www.dechema.de

German Association of Biotechnology Industries: Industry data/job opportunities
www.dib.org

Association of the Chemical Industry
www.vci.de

Association of German Engineers: Competence Field Biotechnology
www.vdi.de

Association of German Biotechnology Companies
www.v-b-u.org

EUROPABIO: The European Association for Bioindustries
www.europabio.org

Semesters abroad

Our International Office will provide you with individual support when planning and carrying out a semester abroad - both organizationally and, in many cases, financially. In order to make it easier for you to get started, you can prepare yourself for your stay abroad in our Language Centre.

Staff

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Dauth – Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Dauth

Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Dauth

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Dauth – Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen: 

  • Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Lehrgebiete:

  • Unit-Operations in der Verfahrenstechnik (Master EMT)
  • Recht und Sicherheit in der Biotechnik
  • Verfahrens- und Prozesstechnik
  • Grundlagen der Thermodynamik und Strömungslehre
  • Werkstoffkunde und Apparatebau

Vita:

  • 1987 - 1993: Studium der "Technologie und Biotechnologie der Lebensmittel" (Dipl.-Ing. Univ.) an der TU München
  • 1993-1999: Promotion zum Dr.-Ing. an der TU München (Schwerpunkt: Mechanische Verfahrenstechnik)
  • 1999-2003: Industrietätigkeit in leitender Funktion
  • 2003 - 2011: Wissenschaftlicher Assistent/Mitarbeiter in leitender Funktion am Lehrstuhl für Verfahrenstechnik disperser Systeme der TU München
  • 10/2011 – 09/2012: Professor im Fachbereich Chemieingenieurwesen der FH Münster
  • seit 10/2012: Professor für Verfahrenstechnik/Ingenieurwesen an der Hochschule Ansbach

Forschungsaktivitäten:

  • Ermittlung der Diffusions- und Transportkoeffizienten der Fokker-Planck-Gleichung beim kontinuierlichen Feststoffmischen in Pulvermischungen unterschiedlicher Konzentrationen Finanzierung: DFG DA 1333 / 1-1

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  • Untersuchungen zur Propfenentstehung und dynamischen Porositätsänderungen bei der pneumatischen Dichtstromförderung mittels kapazitiver Tomographie (ETC) Finanzierung: DFG So 118/35-1

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Publikationen: 
>> Liste der Veröffentlichungen von Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dauth

Prof. Dr. Dirk Fabritius – Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Prof. Dr. Dirk Fabritius

Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Prof. Dr. Dirk Fabritius

Prof. Dr. Dirk Fabritius – Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Lehrgebiete:

  • Bioverfahrenstechnik
  • Chemie
Isabella Frank – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

Isabella Frank

Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

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Isabella Frank

Isabella Frank – Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

Funktionen:

  • Mitarbeiterin Sachgebiet 1.1 Studierendenservice

Betreute Studiengänge:

  • Biomedizinische Technik
  • Industrielle Biotechnologie
  • Fakultät Technik und Medien (Zeugniserstellung und praktische Studiensemester)
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katja Frohnapfel – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katja Frohnapfel

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katja Frohnapfel

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katja Frohnapfel – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Tätigkeitsfelder:

  • Molekularbiologie
  • Angewandte Bioanalytik
  • Zellkultur
Prof. Dr. Sibylle Gaisser – Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Studienfachberatung Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Prof. Dr. Sibylle Gaisser

Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Studienfachberatung Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Prof. Dr. Sibylle Gaisser

Prof. Dr. Sibylle Gaisser – Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Studienfachberatung Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Studienfachberatung Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)
  • Studienfachberatung Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)
  • Frauenbeauftragte Fakultät Technik
  • Musik an der Hochschule

Lehrgebiete:

  • Biotechnologie
  • Biologie
  • Rekombinante Arzneistoffe
  • Bioethik

Vita:

  • Studium der Technischen Biologie an den Universitäten Stuttgart, Swansea (Großbritannien) und Freiburg
  • Promotion in der Pharmazeutischen Fakultät der Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen zum Thema der Antibiotika-BioSynthese und Resistenzmechanismen in Streptomyceten
  • Industrie und Forschungstätigkeiten:
    - Stellvertretende Geschäftsführerin der Biotechnologie-Agentur Baden-Württemberg
    - Senior Scientist und Projektmanagerin am Fraunhofer-Institut für System- und Innovationsforschung, Karlsruhe im Fachbereich "Neue Technologien"
    - Weiterbildung und Forschungsaufenthalt zum Thema "Health Technology Assessment" an der Universität Montreal, Kanada
  • seit 1/2010 Professorin für Biotechnologie und Bioverfahrenstechnik  an der Hochschule Ansbach

Forschungsthemen:

  • Synthetische Biologie
  • Antibiotika-Biosynthese
  • Sozioökonomische Analysen und Technikfolgenabschätzung im Bereich der Lebenswissenschaften

Publikationen (Auswahl):

[1] S. Gaisser, T. Reiss (2014):  Synthetische Biologie im Spannungsfeld von Forschung, Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft - von der Notwendigkeit eines interdisziplinären und ergebnisoffenen Dialogs. pp. 69 - 90. In "Chancen und Risiken der modernen Biotechnologie". M.Schartl, J.M. Erber.Schropp (Herausgeber). Verlag Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

[2] S. Gaisser, T. Reiss (2009):  Shaping the science-industry-policy interface in synthetic biology. Systems and  Synthetic Biology 2009 Dec;3(1-4):109-14.

[3] S. Gaisser, Reiss T, Lunkes A, Müller KM, Bernauer H. (2009): Making the most of synthetic biology. Strategies for synthetic biology development in Europe. EMBO Rep. 2009 Aug;10 Suppl 1:S5-8.

[4] S. Gaisser, Hopkins MM, Liddell K, Zika E, Ibarreta D. (2009): The phantom menace of gene patents. Nature. 2009 Mar 26;458(7237):407-8.

[5] M. M. Hopkins, D. Ibarreta, S. Gaisser, C,M. Enzing, J. Ryan, P.A. Martin, G. Lewis, S. Detmar, et al.: "Putting pharmacogenetics into practice". Nature Biotechnology 4/2006

[6] Gaisser, S.; Nusser, M.; Reiß, T.: Stärkung des Pharma-Innovationsstandortes Deutschland. Fraunhofer IRB-Verlag (2005), 224 S.

[7] S. Gaisser, A. Trefzer, S. Stockert, A. Kirschning, A. Bechthold: "Cloning of an avilamycin biosynthetic gene cluster from Streptomyces viridochromogenes Tü57".  J. Bacteriol. (1997), 179 (20): 6271-6278.

Dipl.-Ing. Svenja Hänel – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Dipl.-Ing. Svenja Hänel

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Dipl.-Ing. Svenja Hänel

Dipl.-Ing. Svenja Hänel – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Tätigkeitsfelder:

  • Anorganische Chemie
  • Organische Chemie
  • Biopharmazeutika
  • Instrumentelle Analytik
  • Peptidchemie
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Knoblauch – Studiengangsleiterin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Knoblauch

Studiengangsleiterin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Knoblauch

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Knoblauch – Studiengangsleiterin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Studiengangsleiterin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Studiengangsleiterin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)
  • Studiengangsleiterin Internationales Produkt- und Servicemanagement (IPM)
  • Mitglied Fakultätsrat Technik

Lehrgebiete:

  • Lebensmitteltechnologie
  • Novel Food
  • Funktionelle Lebensmittel
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katrin Köhl – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katrin Köhl

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katrin Köhl

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katrin Köhl – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)
  • Mitglied im Fakultätsrat Technik

Tätigkeitsfelder:

  • Bioreaktoren
  • Downstream Processing
  • Biotechnologie
  • Biokatalyse
  • Biochemie 2
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Künzel – Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)  / Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Künzel

Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Prof. Dr. Sebastian Künzel

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Künzel – Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)  / Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Professor Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) 
  • Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Lehrgebiete:

  • Chemie
  • Pharmazie
Prof. Dr. Annette Martin – Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Praktikumsbeauftragte Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Prof. Dr. Annette Martin

Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Praktikumsbeauftragte Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Prof. Dr. Annette Martin

Prof. Dr. Annette Martin – Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Praktikumsbeauftragte Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT) / Praktikumsbeauftragte Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Professorin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)
  • Praktikumsbeauftragte Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Lehrgebiete:

  • Molekularbiologie
  • Gentechnik

Vita:

  • Studium der Biologie an der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Promotion am Lehrstuhl für Genetik der Technischen Universität München
    Protein-DNA- und Protein-Protein-Interaktionen in der Regulation der Genexpression
  • Mehrjährige Forschungstätigkeit als Senior Research Scientist bei der Beiersdorf AG Hamburg
    - Molekulare Mechanismen von Sekretionsprozessen in der Haut
    - Kosmetisch relevante Effekte von psychologischem Stress
  • seit 10/2010 Professorin für Molekularbiologie und Gentechnik  an der Hochschule Ansbach

Forschungsfelder:

  • Assay-Entwicklung für die Qualifizierung von Wirkstoffen
  • Molekulare Grundlagen der Entstehung von Körpergeruch 

Publikationen:

[1] Baumann, T., Bergmann, S., Schmidt-Rose, T., Max, H., Martin, A., Enthaler, B., Terstegen, L., Schweiger, D., Kalbacher, H., Wenck, H.,  Jedlitschky, G., Jovanovic, Z. (2014)   Glutathione-conjugated sulfanylalkanols are substrates for ABCC11 and γ-glutamyl-transferase 1: A potential new pathway for the formation of odorant precursors in the apocrine sweat gland, Exp Dermatol, DOI:10.1111/exd.12354

[2] Martin, A., Hellhammer, J., Hero, T., Max, H., Schult, J. and Terstegen, L. (2011)   Effective prevention of stress-induced sweating and axillary malodour formation in teenagers. Int J Cosmetic Sci, 33(1): 90-7

[3] Martin, A., Saathoff, M., Kuhn, F., Max, H., Terstegen, L. and Natsch, A. (2010)  A functional ABCC11 allele is essential in the biochemical formation of human axillary odor. J Invest Dermatol 130 (2): 529-40

[4] Wilke, K., Martin, A., Terstegen, L. and Biel, S. S. (2009) Neurobiology of skin appendages: Eccrine, apocrine and apoeccrine sweat glands. Granstein and Luger (Eds) Neuroimmunology of the skin (pp. 167–176), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

[5] Wilke, K., Martin, A., Terstegen, L. and Biel, S. S. (2007) A short history of sweat gland  biology. Int J Cosmetic Sci 29 (3): 169–179 

Dipl.-Biol. Nadja Muschler – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Dipl.-Biol. Nadja Muschler

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Dipl.-Biol. Nadja Muschler

Dipl.-Biol. Nadja Muschler – Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Laboringenieurin Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Tätigkeitsfelder:

  • Lebensmitteltechnologie
Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Nelkenbrecher – Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Nelkenbrecher

Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

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Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Nelkenbrecher

Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Nelkenbrecher – Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Funktionen:

  • Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben Industrielle Biotechnologie (IBT)

Vita:

  • 2003-2008 Studium Biologie Diplom an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • 2008-2014 Promotion am Humangenetischen Institut des Universitätsklinikums Erlangen im Bereich der epigenetischen Regulationsmechanismen der Geschlechtschromosomeninaktivierung während der murinen Meiose
  • 2013-2015 Postdoktorand am Humangenetischen Institut des Universitätsklinikums Erlangen. Fachbereich Entwicklungsgenetik

Publikationen:

  • Frequent inactivation of cysteine dioxygenase type 1 contributes to survival of breast cancer cells and resistance to anthracyclines. Jeschke J, O'Hagan HM, Zhang W, Vatapalli R, Calmon MF, Danilova L, Nelkenbrecher C, Van Neste L, Bijsmans IT, Van Engeland M, Gabrielson E, Schuebel KE, Winterpacht A, Baylin SB, Herman JG, Ahuja N. Clin Cancer Res. 2013 Jun 15;19(12):3201-11. doi: 10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-12-3751. Epub 2013 Apr 29.
  • SPOC1 (PHF13) is required for spermatogonial stem cell differentiation and sustained spermatogenesis. Bördlein A, Scherthan H, Nelkenbrecher C, Molter T, Bösl MR, Dippold C, Birke K, Kinkley S, Staege H, Will H, Winterpacht A. J Cell Sci. 2011 Sep 15;124(Pt 18):3137-48. doi: 10.1242/jcs.085936. Epub 2011 Aug 18.
  • C4ORF48, a gene from the Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome critical region, encodes a putative neuropeptide and is expressed during neocortex and cerebellar development. Endele S, Nelkenbrecher C, Bördlein A, Schlickum S, Winterpacht A. Neurogenetics. 2011 May;12(2): 155-63. doi: 10.1007/s10048-011-0275-8. Epub 2011 Feb 2.
  • Dissertation: Molekulare Analysen zur Funktion von SPOC1 (PHF13) in der epigenetischen Regulation der Spermatogenese mit Hilfe eines Spoc1 -/- -Mausmodells. Nelkenbrecher C. https://opus4.kobv.de/opus4-fau/files/4417/ClaudiaNelkenbrecherDissertation.pdf
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