Research projects IMB

Current projects

 
Analysis and engineering of complex yeast genomes

PhD student Arthur Gorter de Vries – Funded by: BE- Basic
 
Uncoupling growth and product formation in aerobic yeast cultures

PhD student - Xavier Hakkaart – Funded by: BE-Basic
 
Engineering yeast for 2nd generation bioethanol production

PhD student: Jasmine Bracher – Funded by: BE-Basic
 
Redox engineering in yeast

PhD student: Ioannis Papapetridis – Funded by: DSM
 
Amino acid metabolism in yeast

Postdoc: Angel Sevilla Camis – Funded by: BE-Basic
 
Oligosaccharide metabolism in Saccharomyces yeasts

PhD student: Anja Brickwedde – Funded by EU (YeastCell ITN project)
 
Engineering yeast for 2nd generation bioethanol production

PhD student: Maarten Verhoeven – Funded by: BE-Basic
 
High throughput strain construction

Postdoc: Stefan de Kok – Funded by TU Delft
 
Microbial strain improvement strategies

Postdoc: Jasper Diderich, Technician Susan Weening – Funded by: Industry

Engineering of energy coupling in anaerobic yeast cultures

PhD student: Robert Mans – Funded by: BE-Basic
 
Robustness of yeast strains and bioprocesses for industrial production of novel compounds
PhD student: Tim Vos - Funded by: FP7 EU project RoBoYeast/NWO 
 
Amino acid production by Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PhD student: Nick Milne - Funded by: BE-Basic

Engineering of yeast central metabolism for precursor supply
PhD student: Harmen van Rossum, Technician Matthijs Niemeijer - Funded by: BE-Basic
 
Engineering of yeast central metabolism for precursor supply
PhD student: Barbara Kozak - Funded by: BE-Basic
 
Synthetic glycolytic pathways in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PhD student: Niels Kuijpers - Funded by: Vidi Grant, NWO-STW

Niels, who now works at Heineken, will defend his PhD thesis in 2015
 
A minimal glycolytic pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PhD student: Daniel Solis Escalante - Funded by: Vidi Grant, NWO-STW

Daniel, who has accepted a position as tenure track postdoc in Montpellier, will defend his PhD thesis in 2015
 
Physiology and transcriptome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae at near-zero growth rates
PhD student: Mark Bisschops - Funded by: Kluyver Center for the Genomics of Industrial Fermentation

Mark, who now works as postdoc at Chalmers University (Gothenburg), will defend his PhD thesis in 2015
 
A systems biology analysis of the impact of temperature dynamics in yeast
PhD student: Marit Heblij - Funded by: Kluyver Center for the Genomics of Industrial Fermentation

Marit, who now works at Johnson & Johnson in Leiden, will defend her PhD thesis in 2015
 

 

 

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