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Thesis defense

From Barbara Ohlebusch


Title: Analysis of the underlying mechanism of Retinoic Acid-induced calvarial fragmentation in zebrafish (Danio rerio)

First examiner: Prof. Matthias Hammerschmidt

Second examiner: Prof. Martin Scaal

Chair: Prof. Niels Gehring

When: 11th of April at 2pm

Where: Biocenter Room 3.003



Latest Publications


  • Hatzold J, Nett V, Brantsch S, Zhang JL, Armistead J, Wessendorf H, Stephens R, Humbert PO, Iden S and Hammerschmidt, M. (2023). Matriptase-dependent epidermal pre-neoplasm in zebrafish embryos caused by a combination of hypotonic stress and epithelial polarity defects. PLOS Genetics 19(8): e1010873.

  • Pogoda, HM., Riedl-Quinkertz, I., Hammerschmidt, M. (2023). Direct BMP signaling to chordoblasts is required for the initiation of segmented notochord sheath mineralization in zebrafish vertebral column development. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 14:1107339. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2023.1107339



Labor Seminar List

All seminars are held in English in the seminar room (3.003) on the 3rd floor or online via Zoom.

Start is at 1 pm.

When? Who?
15.01.2024 Joy (Skin)
22.01.2024 Julia (Skin)

Ilayda (Energy Homeostasis)

05.02.2024 Madhuri (Neuroendocrine control)
12.02.2024 - (Rosenmontag)
19.02.2024 Kai (Wound healing/Skin)
26.02.2024 Max (Test Talk)
04.03.2024 Fiona (Bone)
11.03.2024 Dominique/Silke (Neurology)
18.03.2024 Barbara (Bone)