Initial Training Networks - Chemical Bioanalysis

List of Projects

  • Investigation of the oxidative degradation of small interfering RNA (si-RNA) by hyphenation of electrochemistry with time-of-flight mass spectrometry
  • Impedance-based real-time monitoring of mammalian cells upon introduction of xenobiotics into the cytoplasm by in situ electroporation
  • Luminescent probes for the selective detection of proteins in SDS-PAGE analyses
  • 3rd generation biosensors based on genetically engineered Class I and Class II cellobiose dehydrogenases for highly selective determination of glucose and lactose
  • Electrochemical communication between viable bacteria and electrodes
  • The development of highly sensitive biosensors
  • Electronic tongue systems using electrochemical sensors
  • Carbon nanotubes as electrode platform for biosensor construction
  • Nanobiosensors for the fluorescent or label-free selective intra and extracellular detection of organic molecules based on MIPs and exaltation of the electromagnetic field
  • Reconstitution of EGF-receptor into biomimetic tethered lipid bilayers for the study of ligand-induced dimerisation and activation
  • Spectral and spatial multiplexing in bioanalytical assays using upconversion photoluminescent nanophosphor reporters
  • Dual-state photoluminescent lanthanide-based probes for nucleic acid testing
  • New phosphorescence-based probes and techniques for the analysis of cellular oxygen and respiration
  • Multi-parametric assessment of cells metabolism using new fluorescence and phosphorescence based probes and assays
  • Noncovalent protein-ligand interactions studied with soft ionization mass spectrometry
  • Single cell metabolomics
  • Design of "monoclonal" MIPs as structural elements of molecular sensors
  • Biomimetic sensors based on MIPs with combined signalling functionalities
  • Enzymatic subcutaneous glucose sensors based on NIR-luminophores
  • Multifunctional magnetic beads with sensing and drug releasing properties
  • Interaction by oestrogens and ER and b receptors by MALDI-TOF/TOF
  • Development of a new colorimetric RedOxindicator
  • Influence of test strip architecture on diffusion processes important for chemistry performance
  • Usage of upconverting phosphors in chemistry layers for the detection of analytes

Detailed information for applying in any position can be found in the official recruitment conditions of the EU.