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Alumni

Welcome to the Alumni section of RTG 2099. We really appreciate the time and effort you spent on working with us, and we will be very happy to welcome you to our future events, especially the annual summer schools.

It will be a great opportunity for our current RTG students to talk about your RTG project work and to learn from your experiences. They will certainly be interested in your further career after completing your doctoral thesis, too. Come and join us for a fruitful scientific and personal exchange. We look forward to meeting you again and you are welcome to contact us anytime!

Alumni

Dr. Florian Köhler
Thesis || Epigenetic deregulation of lamina-associated domains in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome
RTG project || Characterization and modulation of CC-chemokine receptor 6 (CCR6) mediated immunosurveillance in malignant melanoma

Dr. Xiaoying Hu
Thesis || Role of Tumor-derived Exosomes in Immunosuppression in Malignant Melanoma
RTG project || Stimulation of myeloid cell-mediated immunosuppression via TLR signaling and its targeting in melanoma

Dr. Melanie Schwab
Thesis || Function and regulation of the mucin-like glycoprotein podoplanin and associated proteins in squamous cell carcinoma
RTG project || Communication between tumor cells and fibroblasts in the tumor microenvironment during melanoma progression

Dr. Felix Funck
Thesis || Innate immune cell crosstalk induces melanoma cell senescence
RTG project || Tumor-directed cytotoxicity of proinflammatory human dendritic cells and natural killer cells in malignant melanoma

Dr. Aniello Federico
Thesis || Stem-cell associated marker in malignant melanoma
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Dr. Viktor Fleming
Thesis || The role of tumor-derived exosomes in the induction of immunosuppression in melanoma
RTG project || Regulation of tumor-associated macrophage and myeloid-derived suppressor cell activation and its neutralization in transgenic mouse melanoma model

Dr. Georg Sedlmeier
Thesis || The role of ld proteins in determining the tumor initiating and metastatic properties of melanoma cells
RTG project || The role of Id proteins in determining the tumor initiating and metastatic properties of melanoma cells

Manuel Piechutta
Thesis || The role of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) in the brain metastatic cascade
RTG project || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets

Lucie Wolf
Thesis || Identification of genes linked to aberrant Wnt signaling in melanoma
RTG project || The role of Wnt signaling in tumor-initiating cells and tumor progression in cutaneous SCC

Dr. Katharina Kober
Thesis || Elucidating the role of Wnt signaling in tumor-initiating cells and tumor progression in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC)
RTG project || The role of Wnt signaling in tumor-initiating cells and tumor progression in cutaneous SCC

Dr. Ramon Schilling
Thesis || Identification of novel molecular components of Ripoptosome- mediated signaling pathways
RTG project || The regulation of Ripoptosome-associated cell death pathways in keratinocyte skin cancer

Dr. Sebastian Horn
Thesis || Caspase-10 is a negative regulator of caspase-8-mediated cell death with gene inductive properties
RTG project || The regulation of Ripoptosome-associated cell death pathways in keratinocyte skin cancer

Dr. Laura Hüser
Thesis || The role of SOX2 in resistance towards targeted therapy
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Dr. Loreen Kloss
Thesis || Immuno-modulatory role of the purinergic receptor P2Y12 in TAM of melanoma
RTG project || Regulation of tumor-associated macrophage and myeloid-derived suppressor cell activation and its neutralization in transgenic mouse melanoma model

Corinna Roller
Thesis || Liver-specific endothelial mechanisms of melanoma metastasis
RTG project || Liver-specific endothelial mechanisms of melanoma metastasis

Andreas Krewer
Thesis || Immunophenotyping of the myeloid-specific glucocorticoid receptor knock-out mouse model GRLysMCre and its implications for melanoma growth
RTG project || Regulation of tumor-associated macrophage and myeloid-derived suppressor cell activation and its neutralization in transgenic mouse melanoma model

Dr. Diego Martin Garcia
Thesis || Characterization and modulation of CC-chemokine receptor 6 (CCR6)-mediated immune-surveillance in malignant melanoma
RTG project || Characterization and modulation of CC-chemokine receptor 6 (CCR6) -mediated immunosurveillance in malignant melanoma

Tatjana Meßmer
Thesis || Functional Analysis of ANGPTL-4 during tumor angiogenesis in squamous cell carcinoma of the skin
RTG project || Does Angiopoietin-2 protect malignant melanoma tumor cells from
anoikis?

Dr. José Robador Arteta
Thesis || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets
RTG project || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets

Manuel Feinauer
Thesis || Impact of platelets and coagulation factors on the brain metastatic cascade
RTG project || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets

Daniela Flasshoff
Thesis || Der Einfluss der Mikrozirkulation und der Endothel-zellaktivierung auf die Tumorzell-extravasation und Tumorzellinvasion
RTG project || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets

Susanne Melchers
Thesis || Characterisation of the novel immunoglobulin super family receptor SLAMF9 in Tumour associated macrophages of murine and human melanoma
RTG project || Regulation of tumor-associated macrophage and myeloid-derived suppressor cell activation and its neutralization in transgenic mouse melanoma model

Christian Schmid
Thesis || GPR182 is a novel marker for sinusoidal endothelial differentiation with distinct GPCR signaling activity in vitro
RTG project || Liver-specific endothelial mechanisms of melanoma metastasis

Thomas Leibing
Thesis || Angiocrine Wnt signaling controls liver growth and metabolic maturation in mice
RTG project || Liver-specific endothelial mechanisms of melanoma metastasis

Julian Kött
Thesis || Rolle des vaskulären Endothels im Hinblick auf Tumorprogression und erhöhter Koagulabilität bei verschiedenen Tumorentitäten
RTG project || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets

James Kim
Thesis || Differential activation of cellular programs by melanoma-associated mutatinons in the NRAS oncogene
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Mirko Gries
Thesis || Dynamic of humoral and cellular immune parameters as predictive biomarkers in metastatic melanoma immunotherapy
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Dr. Johanna Zierow
Thesis || Investigation of liver sinusoidal endothelial cells – Characterisation and application of new transgenic mouse models
RTG project || Liver-specific endothelial mechanisms of melanoma metastasis

Dr. Mareike Grees
Thesis || Improved dendritic cell vaccination for combined melanoma immune therapy
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Dr. Lisa Schardt
Thesis || The impact of Cyclosporine A on human epidermal keratinocytes
RTG project || Function of the mucin-like glycoprotein podoplanin in squamous cell carcinoma progression

Dr. Claudia Dollt
Thesis || Expression and Processing of Lyve-1 in Macrophages
RTG project || Regulation of tumor-associated macrophage and myeloid-derived suppressor cell activation and its neutralization in transgenic mouse melanoma model

Dr. Sabrina Fehrenbach
Thesis || Loss of tumorigenicity by transdifferentiation: from squamous cell carcinoma to melanocyte-like cells
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Dr. Carolin Blattner
Thesis || The Role of CCR5 in the Recruitment of MDSC to the Tumor Microenvironment
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Dr. Huizi Wu
Thesis || The role of neural crest specific genes in melanoma pathogenesis
RTG project || Characterization of human melanoma cells on the basis of markers of pluripotent stem cells

Cornelia Baum
Thesis || Sentinel node metastatic mitotic rate as a prognostic indicator of rapidly progressing disease in patients with sentinel node-positive melanomas
RTG project || Liver-specific endothelial mechanisms of melanoma metastasis

Daniel Baumann
Thesis || Combinatorial immunotherapy in a genetically engineered mouse model for melanoma
RTG project || Regulation of tumor-associated macrophage and myeloid-derived suppressor cell activation and its neutralization in transgenic mouse melanoma model

Dr. Dr. Anna Desch
Thesis || Gerinnungsaktivierung als Marker der Melanom-Progression
RTG project || Crosstalk between melanoma cells and the blood-brain barrier: impact on coagulation and brain metastasis to identify new anti-metastatic targets

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