Students/Projects

Katrin Colleselli, MSc

Dissertation: Establishment and characterisation of TLR-2/1 and 2/6 knock-out and light-inducible TLR knock-in in monocyte cell line(s)
Supervisor: Prof. (FH) Christoph Wiesner
Project: Inflammation, Sepsis and Regeneration: Development of Efficient Diagnostic Methods and New Therapeutic Approaches in Inflammation and Sepsis
Funding: FTI Programm Land NÖ

Marie Ebeyer-Masotta

Dipl.-Ing. Marie Ebeyer-Masotta

Dissertation: Endothelial activation under septic conditions
Supervisor: Uni.-Prof. Dr. Viktoria Weber
Project: Inflammation, Sepsis and Regeneration: Development of Efficient Diagnostic Methods and New Therapeutic Approaches in Inflammation and Sepsis
Funding: FTI Programm Land NÖ

Sobha Karuthedom George, MSc

Dissertation: Isolation and characterization of extracellular vesicles from different biological matrices
Supervisor: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Viktoria Weber
Project: Exosome analysis by hyphenated electrophoresis techniques
Funding: NFB Life Science Call

Agnes Kocsis, BA MSc

Dissertation: Immune Regulatory Capacity of Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Supervisor: Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Michael B. Fischer
Project: MSC-Immunreg.: Immunregulatorische Fähigkeiten von mesenchymalen Stammzellen
Funding: NFB Life Science Call

Dr. med. univ. Lukas Moser

Dissertation: Treatment of OA using Monovisc®, the glucocorticoid Lederlon and Cingal®
Supervisor: Uni.-Prof. Dr. Stefan Nehrer, Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Bauer, PhD, BSc, BA
Project: Treatment of OA using glucolorticoids and hyaluronic acid
Funding: Companies

Alexander Otahal, MSc

Dissertation: Characterisation of extracellular vesicles in different blood products and cytoprotective effects in osteoarthritic chondrocytes
Supervisor: Mag. Andrea De-Luna, PhD
Project: Die Rolle von Mikrovesikel aus Blutprodukten in der Osteoarthrose
Funding: Technologieförderung NÖ; AtheNOE

Anna Stierschneider, MSc

Dissertation: The role of TLR4 in the endothelial immune response
Supervisor: Prof. (FH) Christoph Wiesner
Project: Inflammation, Sepsis and Regeneration: Development of Efficient Diagnostic Methods and New Therapeutic Approaches in Inflammation and Sepsis
Funding: FTI Programm Land NÖ

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