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Alexandra Jaeger

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Dr. rer. nat. Alexandra Jaeger
researcher
Forschungszentrum Jülich
Forschungszentrum Jülich
Office address
Wilhelm-Johnen-Straße
Jülich, Germany
Contact
Phone: +49 (0)246161-6235
Office: 201
a dot jaeger@fz-juelich dot de
http://wwwmosi.informatik.uni-rostock.de/diemosiris/Members/aj082
Working Focus

Research interests

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Curriculum

since 09/2010 Department of Safety and Radiation Protection, Radiation Biology Unit, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Jülich, Germany

05/2010 PhD defence (Dr. rer. nat.)

11/2006-02/2010: PhD student in the research training group (DFG-Graduiertenkolleg) dIEM oSIRIS - project FSIII-W2 "Interference of the canonical wnt pathway and apoptosis signaling pathways during proliferation and differentiation of neural progenitor cells"

Oct 2006: Diploma in Biology "The induction of the `common deletion´ in mammalian cells after exposure to UV-A and ultrafine particles as a marker for oxidative stress"

2001-2006: studies of life sciences at the University of Rostock, Germany

1996-1999: professional education to Assistant Medical Laboratory Technician in Schwerin, Germany

Publications:

Jaeger A, Characterization of apoptosis-pathways in human neuronal progenitor cells. Dagstuhl Meeting “zehn plus eins” 2007 (event 07232), June 3rd-7th 2007, Dagstuhl-Band, p. 161-162; Book, Aachen: Verlag Mainz, 2007.-II, 208 S., ISBN: 3-86130-882-7.

Jaeger A, Klum S, Weiss DG, Kriehuber R. Expression of apoptosis-related proteins during differentiation in the human neuronal progenitor cell line VM 197. GBM Fall Meeting – Molecular Life Sciences 2007, Hamburg, September 16th-19th 2007, Abstract Book, Edt. T. Apel; University of Hamburg; Germany; p.37 (2007); online reference [DOI:10.1240/sav_gbm_2007_h_001975].

Jaeger A, Klum S, Weiss DG, Kriehuber R. The differentiation of human neuronal progenitor cells is accompanied by apoptotic cell death – a protective role of Bcl-2? Apoptosis World 2008 – From mechanisms to applications, Luxembourg, January 23rd-26th 2008, Abstract Book, Edt. M. Diederich; European Conference Center Kirchberg-Luxembourg, Luxembourg; p.88 (2008).

Jaeger A, Klum S, Weiss DG, Kriehuber R. Expression profile of apoptosis-related genes during differentiation in the human neuronal progenitor cell line VM197. 31st Annual Meeting of the German Society for Cell Biology 2008, Marburg/Lahn, Germany, March 12th – 15th 2008, European Journal of Cell Biology, Volume 87S1, Suppl. 58, p.18, ISSN 0171-9335 (2008).

Jaeger A, Bader BM, Weiss DG, Kriehuber R. Apoptosis in the human neural progenitor VM197 cell line – a life or death decision during the early differentiation process. 2nd International Congress on Stem Cells and Tissue Formation 2008, Dresden, July 6th - 9th 2008, Abstract Book, International Congress Center Dresden, Germany; p.251 (2008).

Jaeger A, Klum S, Kriehuber R. Apoptosis susceptibility is reduced in differentiated VM197 cells. 1st Joint Congress of the Swiss and German Societies for Cell Biology – 32nd Annual Meeting of the German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ), Konstanz, Germany, March 24th – 27th 2009, European Journal of Cell Biology 88S1, Suppl. 59, p.41 (2009).

Jaeger A, Fröhlich A, Viergutz T, Weiss DG, Kriehuber R. Activation of apoptosis pathways during the on-set of differentiation of human neural progenitor cells in vitro. 19th Annual Conference of the German Society for Cytometry (DGFZ), Leipzig, Germany, October 14th - 16th 2009, Abstract Book, p.62 (2009).

Fröhlich M, Jaeger A, Weiss DG, Kriehuber R. Specific inhibition of Bcl-2 leads to diminished neuronal differentiation in VM197 cells. 19th Annual Conference of the German Society for Cytometry (DGFZ), Leipzig, Germany, October 14th – 16th 2009, Abstract Book, p.63 (2009).

References:

Dr. Ralf Kriehuber, FZ Jülich, Germany

http://www.fz-juelich.de/gs/index.php?index=292

http://www.biologie.uni-rostock.de/abt/tierphys/KRI/RH.html

r.kriehuber@fz-juelich.de

Prof. Dr. D. G. Weiss, University of Rostock, Germany

http://www.biologie.uni-rostock.de/tierphysiologie/index.htm


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