SOS Team Members

Dr. Melanie Mikosch-Wersching

Centre of Synthetic Biology

Contact

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Work S3/19 1.4
Rundeturmstraße 12
64283 Darmstadt

Melanie Mikosch-Wersching studied Biology at the TU Darmstadt. During her doctoral thesis she investigated on channel trafficking and identified ER Export motifs in potassium channels. As a postdoc, she worked as a junior research group leader with her own DFG project at the COS at Heidelberg University and studied receptor mediated endocytosis in Wnt signalling in the research group of Thomas Holstein.

As scientific managing director she was responsible for the LOEWE research cluster iNAPO at TU Darmstadt.

She joined SOS lab in January 2020 as managing director of the newly founded Centre for Synthetic Biology which commits to synthetic biology as a key research focus. The interdisciplinary centre integrates expertise from the faculties of biology, chemistry and electrical engineering and information technology, material sciences and physics, mechanical engineering and social sciences.

Publications

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