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"For me, one of the biggest advantages of being part of the RTG is the exchange with other students and the possibility to cooperate with scientists beyond my own topic."
- Since 2022: PhD student
- 2020-2022: MSc in Biology, Johannes-Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany
Thesis: Investigation of non-ciliary localisation of Bardet-Biedl Syndrome proteins
- 2016-2019: BSc in Biology, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Thesis: CO2-effect on predator-induced swimming behaviour on different Daphnia pulex clones
- 2022: Internship, Wickstead lab, University of Nottingham, UK
- 2021: Student Assistant (animal physiology and metabolism course), Johannes-Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany
- 2015-2016: FSJ Project, Archaeology and Archaeozoology
Brücker L, Becker SK, Maißl V, Harms G, Parsons M, May-Simera HL (2023)
The actin-bundling protein Fascin-1 modulates ciliary signalling Journal of Molecular Cell Biology, 15(4), mjad022
Brücker L., Becker S.K., Maissl V., Harms G., Parsons M., May-Simera H.L. (2023).
The actin-bundling protein Fascin-1 modulates ciliary signalling. J Mol Cell Biol.
Ewerling A., Maissl V., Wickstead B., May-Simera H.L. (2023)
Neofunctionalization of ciliary BBS proteins to nuclear roles is likely a frequent innovation across eukaryotes. iScience