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Tim Moritz Weber M.Sc.
Scientific assistant
02461-61-3745

Building: 15.8
Floor/Room: 212
Responsibilities

 

“Functionalised prodiginines for the development of active agents”


Curriculum Vitae

Academic Stages

Since 2019

 

Doctoral studies

2019

Master thesis at the group of Prof. Dr. Jörg Pietruszka
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry
» Kinetic resolution with the condensing enzyme PigC – A promising method for the synthesis of complex chiral prodiginines «

2018

Research internship at the University of Oxford (UK) at the group of Prof. Dr. Colin Kleanthous
»Protein-protein interactions between the Pseudomonas aeruginosa toxin pyocin S5 and the transenvelope protein TonB1«

2016-2019

Master studies in Biochemistry at the
Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf

2016

Bachelor thesis at the group of Prof. Dr. Karl-Erich Jäger

Institute of Molecular Enzymetechnology

» Production of the triterpene Squalene and derivatives in Rhodobacter capsulatus «

2013-2016

Bachelor studies in Biochemistry at the
Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf

2013

Abitur

 

Awards & Scholarships

Since 2019

PhD scholarship of the Jürgen Manchot Stiftung

2018

Erasmus(+) scholarship, European Commission

2016-2018

Deutschlandstipendium, Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Publications

 

Publications

S. S. Habash, H. U. C. Brass, A. S. Klein, D. P. Klebl, T. M. Weber, T. Classen, J. Pietruszka, F. M. W. Grundler, S. Schleker, Frontiers in Plant Science 2020 (accepted); ‘Novel prodiginine derivatives demonstrate bioactivities on plants, nematodes, and fungi’.
 

H. M. Behrens, E. Lowe, J. Gault, N. G. Housden, R. Kaminska, T. M. Weber, C. M. A. Thompson, G. L. A. Mislin, I. J. Schalk, D. Walker,  C. V. Robinson & C. Kleanthous, MBio 2020, 11(2); ‘Pyocin S5 import into Pseudomonas aeruginosa reveals a generic mode of bacteriocin transport’

 

K. Troost, A. Loeschcke, F. Hilgers, A. Y. Özgür, T. M. Weber, B. Santiago-Schübel, V. Svensson, J. Hage-Hülsmann, S. S. Habash, F. M. W. Grundler, S. Schleker, K.-E. Jäger, T. Drepper, Frontiers in microbiology 2019, 10; ‘Engineered Rhodobacter capsulatus as a phototrophic platform organism for the synthesis of plant sesquiterpenoids’.

Lectures

 

Posters & Presentations

K. Troost, A. Loeschcke, T. M. Weber, K.-E. Jaeger, T. Drepper, VAAM Jahrestagung 2017; poster: ‘Rhodobacter capsulatus as alternative microbial platform for terpenoid production’.

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