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Sebastian Rupp

Since his PhD thesis, Sebastian Rupp has been working with Listeria monocytogenes, investigating virulence factors and their involvement on cerebral infections. In the BIRD team he was focusing on cell death and translational regulation in the context of this bacterial infection.
Sebastian has then decided to change gears and started a new post-doc on coral symbiosis in the Guse lab in Heidelberg.

2012-2016 PhD thesis, University of Bern, Switzerland.
2010-2012 Master Studies in Molecular Biosciences, Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg, Germany. Major on Infectious Diseases.
2007-2010 Bachelor Studies in Biology, Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg, Germany. Major on Infectious Diseases.
Research experience
2016-2017 Post-doctoral position, (IBENS, Group A. Lebreton).
Funding : Swiss National Science Foundation.
“Cell death and cap-independent translation during infection by Listeria monocytogenes
2012-2016 PhD student, group A. Oevermann, Neurocenter, Vetsuisse, University of Bern, Switzerland.
“Factors of Listeria monocytogenes involved in neurovirulence.”
2012 Master Thesis in Molecular Virology, Lab of Prof. Bartenschlager, under supervision of Dr. Binder, Department for Infectious Diseases, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany.
“Involvement of IRAK kinases in the antiviral IRF3 Pathway.”
2011 Post-graduate student in Molecular Virology, Lab of Prof. Bowie,
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
“Interaction of Vaccinia Virus Protein A52 with IRAK2/TRAF6.”
2010 Bachelor Thesis on the RIG-I pathway, Lab of Prof. Bartenschlager, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany.
2009-2010 Part time Scientific assistant, DKFZ (German Cancer Research Center), Lab of Prof. Dr. Boutros, Germany.