Prof. Dr. Erika Kothe

Prof. Dr. Erika Kothe

www.mikrobiologie.uni-jena.de

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Doctoral researchers

Oluwatosin Abdulsalam
Ana Barrera-Palacio

Dr. rer. nat. Andrea Beyer

Tracing groundwater origin by using bacterial groundwater populations in the Thuringian Basin, Germany

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Tsilla Boisselet

Chemical and biological factors influencing heavy metal mobilisation in the rhizosphere : implications for phytoremediation

Dr. rer. nat. Hanka Brangsch

Dr. rer. nat. Hanka Brangsch

Control of heavy metal resistance genes in Streptomyces

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Melanie Brunsch

Deletion of dhc1 to investigate mating-dependent nuclear migration in the basidiomycete Schizophyllum commune

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Glen D´Souza

The evolution of metabolic dependency in bacteria

Dr. rer. nat. Franziska Dolke

Synthesis of Structurally Diverse Ascarosideds and the Role of very Long Chain Fatty Acids in their Biosynthesis

Dr. rer. nat. Jens Esken

Dr. rer. nat. Jens Esken

Induction of tetrachloroethene respiration in Sulfurospirillum multivorans

Dr. rer. nat. Daniela Freihorst

Microarray analyses and new pheromone receptors in Schizophyllum commune

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Ramses Gallegos Monterrosa

Cellular interactions in single- and mixed-species biofilms of Bacillus subtilis

Dr. rer. nat. Catarina Henke

Ectomycorrhizal signaling

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Janine Hofmann

Investigation of the biosynthesis of the microbial compounds ebelactone A and 8

Dr. rer. nat. Mario Krespach

Dr. rer. nat. Mario Krespach

Communication between Streptomyces iranensis and Aspergillus - the streptomycete´s inducing principle?

Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology – Hans Knöll Institute (HKI)

Molecular and Applied Microbiology

Dr. rer. nat. Francesca Langella

Characterisation of the microflora at heavy metal contaminated sites

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Stefanie Lawrinowitz (neé Scheide)

Dr. rer. nat. Anita Mac Nelly

Expression control and biosynthesis of dehalogenating enzymes from anaerobic soil bacteria in response to the interaction with aerobic halogenating fungi

Dr. rer. nat. Soumya Madhavan

Schizophyllum commune - functional genomics

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Ashish Malik

Organic matter degradation: Linking microbial identity to metabolic function

Dr. rer. nat. Arno Märten

How do microbes influence the bioavailability of metals? A bioremediation study

Dr. rer. nat. Sathish Mayanna

Microbial influence on formation/dissolution of Fe-/Mn-oxi (hydroxides) and sorption/co-precipitation of heavy metals

Teresa Mayer
Dr. rer. nat. Tilottama Mazumdar

Dr. rer. nat. Tilottama Mazumdar

Using fluorescent Enterococcus mundtii to study the variation in its gene expression, spatially and temporally, in the gut of Spodoptera littoralis larva

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology

Department of Bioorganic Chemistry

Pooja Mehta

Dr. rer. nat. Riya Menezes

Analysis of nuclear migration in Schizophyllum commune by high resolution by in vivo microscopy/spectroscopy

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Eisha Mhatre

Phenotypic heterogeneity in bacterial biofilms

Mariana Murillo Roos

Dr. rer. nat. Pyniarlang Nongbri

Role of Piriformospora indica in the iron/sulphur metabolism of Arabidopsis

Friedrich Schiller University

Matthias Schleiden Institute - Plant Physiology

Dr. rer. nat. Alexey Novoseloy

Impact of plant toxins on the gut microbiota community of Lepidoptera

Dr. rer. nat. Vincensius Oetama

Chlorophyll degradation in Spodoptera littoralis

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology

Department of Bioorganic Chemistry

Keziah Omenge

Dr. rer. nat. Samay Pande

Ecological mechanisms that determine the maintenance of cooperative interactions

Dr. rer. nat. René Phieler

Microbial impact on phytoremediation at heavy metal contaminated soils

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Daniel Preußger

The evolution of metabolic cooperation within bacterial communities: causes and consequences

Dr. rer. nat. Martin Reinicke

Identification of microbial consortia in heavy metal polluted soils

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Dominik Sammer (né Senftleben)

A surface hydrophobin in ectomycorrhiza interaction

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Doreen Schachtschabel

Apocarotenoids as signaling compounds in zygomycetes

Kristina Schädel

Dr. rer. nat. Frank Schindler

Vertical relocation processes within the test field Gessenwiese" in the former uranium mining area Ronneburg/Thuringia

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Eileen Schütze

Impact of streptomycetes on metal availability

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Yongqi Shao

From plant metabolites to the active core of the gut microbiota of cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis

Dr. rer. nat. Shraddha Shitut

Unraveling the dynamics of metabolite production in cross-feeding populations and study its effect on the interactions

Dr. rer. nat. Annekatrin Voit

Quantification of Streptomycetes in metal-contaminated soil

Dr. rer. nat. Sophia Wirth

Volatilome of Schizophyllum commune

Friedrich Schiller University

Institute of Microbiology - Microbial Communication

Dr. rer. nat. Wafaa Zidan

Interaction of microorganisms with sheet silicates