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Miriam Klausberger

  • Academic degree: Dipl.-Ing.
  • Date of birth: 17.11.1983
  • Place of birth: Waidhofen/Ybbs, Lower Austria
  • Citizenship: Austria
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 Education

 

2007 - 2010   Master programme:  Biotechnology

                      University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna

 

Master thesis @ Institute of Food Biotechnology (BOKU) under supervision of Dr. Roland Ludwig:

“Purification, Cloning and Characterization of a novel glucose dehydrogenase (GDH)”

 

09-10/2009  KUWI exchange in the frame of the master thesis

                     Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Stockholm,                                                    School of Biotechnology, Division of Glycoscience

 

2003 - 2007   Bachelor programme:  Food Science and Biotechnology

                      University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna


                      
01-07/2007  ERASMUS exchange semester

                                           University of Ghent (Belgium)            

                       
1998 - 2003    Commercial college (HAK) Waidhofen/Ybbs

1994 - 1998    BRG  Waidhofen/ Ybbs

 

 

Internships

 

09-10/2008   Dekonta a.s.; Prague                                    

02-03/2008   Universidade de Lisboa, Center of Biological Engineering,Lisbon       

     09/2007   Lab for Histology, Cytology, Bacteriology & Serology Dr. Kosak, Vienna

     08/2005   Rehabilitation Center, Medical diagnostics lab,  Weyer                  

     07/2005   BOKU, Centre for Nanobiotechnology, Vienna          

 

 

Publications

 

Sygmund, C., Staudigl, P., Klausberger, M., Pinotsis, N., Djinović-Carugo, K., Gorton, L., Haltrich, D., Ludwig, R.: Heterologous overexpression of Glomerella cingulata FAD-dependent glucose dehydrogenase in Escherichia coli and Pichia pastoris. Microb Cell Fact. 2011 Dec 12;10:106

 

Sygmund, C., Klausberger, M., Felice, AK., Ludwig, R.:Reduction of quinones and phenoxy radicals by extracellular glucose dehydrogenase from Glomerella cingulata suggests a role in plant pathogenicity. Microbiology. 2011 Nov;157(Pt 11):3203-12