Team Member

Fataneh Fathi Far
PhD student

Phone: + 49 89 3187-43154
E-mail
Building/Room: Campus Neuherberg, building 3620, room 034

 

Project description

In order to identify novel genes important for pancreas development and function we identified a novel receptor, which modulates Ins/IGF signaling. Since the deregulation of the Insulin-like growth factors IGF/Ins signaling leads to diabetes and cancer, we try to assess the in vivo function of the novel receptor gene in our generated transgenic mice. In this project we would also like to investigate whether the lack of the novel receptor has an impact of function or proliferation of pancreatic ß-cells. In order to do this, we generated ß-cell specific inducible knockout mice.

Academic and Research Activities

Since January 2016

PhD student, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Institute of Diabetes and Regeneration Research, Prof. Dr. Heiko Lickert

2015-2016

Research Assistant, Imevax company, Munich, Germany

 

2014-2015

Research Assistant, Royan Institut, Teheran, Iran

2011-2014

Master's degree in Bioscience, University of Muenster, Germany.

Master Thesis: Evaluation and characterization of the role of peroxisome proliferator activated receptor gamma in GC-induced anti-inflammatory monocytes.

2007-2011

Bachelor's degree in Bioscience. University of Muenster, Germany.

Bachelor Thesis: Analysis of the cell morphology after expression of different variants of Cdc42.

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