MSc/PhD Program
Anna Sigert
First Name:
Anna

Last Name:
Siegert

Country:
Germany

 



Anna Siegert

EDUCATION

College / University:
Georg-August University Göttingen

Highest Degree:
B.Sc.

Major Subject:
Molecular Medicine

Lab Experience:
FACS, Western Blot, DIC and fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and FRAP, CD spectroscopy, DLS, cell culture, cryosectioning and immunohistochemistry
Analysis: FlowJo, ImageJ, Excel, GraphPad Prism

Projects / Research:
”The impact of aging on the V𝛄6+ 𝛄𝛅 T cell population in murine lymph nodes, thymus and ear skin“. Institute of Immunology, Medical school of Hanover, Prof. Dr. Immo Prinz
”𝛂Synuclein liquid-liquid phase separation and its interplay with Alzheimer’s Disease related Tau protein“. German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Göttingen, Prof. Dr. Markus Zweckstetter
Bachelor Thesis: ”Influence of disease-associated post-translational modifications on Tau-organelle interactions“. German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Göttingen, Prof. Dr. Markus Zweckstetter

Scholarships:
2020 - 2021: Stipend by the International Max Planck Research School

SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS AND GOALS:

My scientific interests are focused on neurodegenerative diseases and the improvement of treatment as well as diagnostics of neuronal diseases. The fact that the whole functionality of every organ system is based on neuronal control is fascinating and challenging at the same time. It means that people suffering from neurodegeneration lose part of the control over their body by losing part of their nervous system. I am certain that it requires a lot of dedication to understand the conditions and processes that contribute to neuronal regulation and further pathologies. However, the treatment of neuronal diseases and especially neurodegeneration is still limited which drives my motivation to expand our knowledge in this field. I am excited to study neuroscience and especially neurodegeneration to understand the nervous system including all its complexity and contribute to the clarification of possible causes of disease, the improvement of diagnostics and development of therapies.