TOPIC IV "Aerosol Mutagenesie" Staff

TOPIC IV "Aerosol Mutagenesis" Staff

Stephanie Binder
PhD Student

Phone: +49 89 3187 43135
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Building/Room: 107/ 216

 

RESEARCH FOCUS

Stephanie Binder started her PhD in November 2018 at CMA and is focusing on the adverse effect of semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC) at the workplace. SVOC constitute a gas-particle-composition in which both components occur in coexistance. This fact challenges the risk assesment of the exposure of those hazardous substances at the workplace. Using the in vitro Air-Liquid-Interphase (ALI) model, this challenge will be overcome by detecting both components separately. It allows furthermore the investigation of how far the aggregate phase of a hazardous substance effects the respiratory system and on which cellular level these effects will be reflected. The project is financed by the “Deutsche Gesetzliche Unfallversicherung” DGUV.

EDUCATION

  • 2018 MSc in Biology, University of Salzburg, March 2018. Thesis: Analysis of the role of cytokines in acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
  • 2015 BSc in Biology, University of Salzburg, Rheinbach, July 2015. Thesis: Writing a comprehensive article on the current and prospective methods of immunotherapy in cancer treatment.