Society for Free Radical Research - Europe

TODAY 9th of January 2024 at 15:00 h CET next webinar on Redox mechanisms in plants

Dear colleagues,

Our next webinar on Redox mechanisms in plants will take place TODAY 9th of January 2024 at 15:00 h CET and we are excited to announce the following speakers:

Exploring plant redox landscapes by developing novel NADP redox biosensors

Jan-Ole Niemeier, PhD(c)
Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology (IBBP), Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, D-48143 Münster, Germany

Jan-Ole Niemeier received his BSc in Biology from the University of Bremen, Germany and his bachelor thesis was entitled “Towards the identification of polyspermy regulating factors in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana”. He then (2020) took his Master's in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the same university and the title of this MSc thesis was “Towards the targeted degradation of mitochondria and induction of mitophagy”. Since 2021, he is a PhD candidate at Markus Schwarzländers lab in Münster, Germany.


Let it shine: monitorring plant live dynamic with fluorescent biosensors

José Manuel Ugalde, PhD
Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES)-Chemical Signalling, University of Bonn, 53113 Bonn, Germany

José Manuel is a Chilean biochemist who completed his doctorate at the Catholic University of Chile, focusing on the study of the antioxidant role of salicylic acid in plants under the supervision of Dr. Loreto Holuigue. During his PhD, he carried out two internships at the University of Bonn, Germany, in the laboratory of Dr. Andreas Meyer, where he focused on redox biology and the use of fluorescent biosensors in plants to better understand redox dynamics.

After finishing his PhD in 2018, he continued his work on biosensors in Bonn as a postdoc and now leads his own research group. Currently, he is dedicated to the study of various aspects of redox biology in plants, focusing on the redox dynamics of different cellular sub-compartments and the characterization of redundant superfamilies linked to detoxification in plant cells.

How can I join the webinar?
Passcode: 433382

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