Ms. Christina Möller

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Christina Möller B.Sc.

Forschungszentrum Jülich
Institute of Complex Systems (ICS-6)
Building: 5.8
Floor/Room: 00.2001
52428 Jülich

Mini Academic CV

University degrees:

First degree or intermediate examination:

  • B.Sc.Diploma in Physics, 2010, University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany

Publications:

  • B. Henry, C. Möller, M.T. Dimanche-Boitrel, E. Gulbins, K.A. Becker, 2011, "Targeting the ceramide system in cancer", Cancer Letters
  • A. Elsukova, Zi-An Li, C. Möller, M. Spasova, M. Acet, M. Farle, M. Kawasaki, P. Ercius, and T. Duden, 2011, "Structure, morphology, and aging of Fe-Ag dumbbell nanoparticles", Physica Status Solidi, 208, 2437-2442
  • Zi-An Li, Ch. Möller, V. Migunov, M. Spasova, M. Farle, A. Lysov, C. Gutsche, I. Regolin, W. Prost, F.-J. Tegude, and P. Ercius, 2011, "Planar-defect characteristics and cross-sections of <001>,<111>, and <112> InAs nanowires, Appl. Phys., 109, 11432

Attended conferences:

  • Conference poster: Ch. Möller, Zi-An Li, P. Ercius, T. Duden, A. Elsukova, M. Spasova, and M. Farle, 2010, "Nanomedicine", Beijing, China

Prices/Scholarships:

  • "Duisburger Sparkassenpreis" (2008)
  • DAAD scholarship to spend a research period in Berkeley, California (2010)
  • Invitation to the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (2010)

BioStruct PhD project

Elucidation of Conformational Dynamics in Protein Folding/Misfolding and Function by NMR Spectroscopy
My project is based on studying protein dynamics, which is important to understand protein function in living organisms i.e. in the process of autophagy. Therefore I am using state-of-the-art NMR which allows not only accurate quantification of the kinetics and thermodynamics of dynamic processes on the biochemically particularly relevant micro- to millisecond time-scale by NMR relaxation dispersion spectroscopy, but also high-resolution structure determination of the low and transiently populated states involved (Neudecker et al., Biophys. J. 96, 2045-2054 (2009); Neudecker et al., Science, in press).

Supervisors

Topic Supervisor:

undefinedProf. Dr. Dieter Willbold, Institute of Physical Biology, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

Complementary Supervisor:

Dr. Philipp Neudecker, Institute of Physical Biology, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

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