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Dr. Irene Küberl
Scientific assistant
02461-612208

Building: 15.13
Floor/Room: 4004
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Curriculum Vitae

Academic stages and career

since 03/2020 Research associate at Institute for Bioorganic Chemistry
2018 - 03/2020 Manager Operations & Marketing at Hellenikos GmbH, Mönchengladbach
2014 - 2018

Deputy laboratory manager for testing/validation at IMAT-UVE GmbH; Mönchengladbach

additionally from 07/2016 Head of Testing and Validation of outdoor weathering field South Africa

2013

Testing - Materials and Textiles at IMAT-UVE GmbH; Mönchengladbach

2012

Doctoral defence

» Acetaldehyd-abhängige Aldolasen (DERA) in der organischen Chemie – Rationales Design, Charakterisierung ­und chemoenzymatische Anwendung.«

2008

 

Doctoral studies at the group of Prof. Dr. Pietruszka
Scholarship of the CLIB2021 graduate cluster (since 2009).

2008

Master thesis at the group of Prof. Dr. Pietruszka
Institute for Bioorganic Chemistry (HHU Düsseldorf)

» Aldolasen in der Naturstoffsynthese: Entwicklung eines Screeningverfahrens «

2006

Bachelor thesis at the group of PD Dr. Klaus Schaper
Institute of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry I - Group for Organic Photochemistry (HHU Düsseldorf)

» Beiträge zur Synthese von funktionalisierten o-Nitrobenzylverbindungen, für den Aufbau von bichromophoren Systemen «

2006

Master studies in biochemistry at
Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf

2003

Bachelor studies in biochemistry at
Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf

1999 - 2003 Apprenticeship as chemical laboratory assistant at IMAT-UVE GmbH; Mönchengladbach.
Subsequently employed as a chemical laboratory assistant for 7 months

1999

Abitur

 

Awards & Scholarships

2009-2012

scholarship of the CLIB-Graduate Cluster Industrial Biotechnology (CLIB-GC)
Publications

 

Publications

C. Bisterfeld, I. Küberl née Kullartz, M. Dick, J. Pietruszka, Synlett 2016, 27, 11-16; 'A Fluorogenic Screening for Enantio- and Diastereoselectivity of 2-Deoxy-D-ribose-5-phosphate Aldolases'

C. Bisterfeld, T. Classen , I. Küberl, B. Henßen, A. Metz, H. Gohlke, J. Pietruszka, PLoS One 2016; 11(6), e0156525; 'Redesigning Aldolase Stereoselectivity by Homologous Grafting'.

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka, Journal of Biotechnology. 2012, 161(2), 174-180; 'Cloning and characterisation of a new 2-deoxy-D-ribose-5-phosphate aldolase from Rhodococcus erythropolis'.

Lectures

 

Posters & Presentations

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka CLIB-GC Retreat 2012 (Bergisch Gladbach, DE); poster: ‘Towards improved aldolases for organic synthesis.’

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka CLIB-GC Retreat 2011 (Bonn, DE); poster and talk: ‘Rational design of aldolases for organic synthesis.’

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka, Biotrans 2011 (Sicily, IT); poster: ‘Towards improved aldolases for organic synthesis.’

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka, CLIB-GC Retreat 2010 (Wuppertal, DE); poster: ‘Chemoenzymatic synthesis of sterically challenging tetrahydropyrans.’

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka, Summer school CeBiTec 2009 (Bielefeld, DE); poster: ‘Chemoenzymatic synthesis of sterically challenging tetrahydropyrans.’

I. Kullartz, J. Pietruszka, Night of Biochemistry 2008 (Düsseldorf, DE); talk: ‘New aldolases for natural compound synthesis. ’

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