Konstanze Simbriger

 Konstanze Simbriger

 

Konstanze completed her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Innsbruck in 2011. She then worked at IST Austria for two years, after which she moved to Edinburgh, Scotland to gain a Master’s degree in Integrative Neuroscience. Enjoying the work and the location, Konstanze decided to continue with her Master’s research and do a PhD at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focus lay on mRNA translation regulation in the brain in neuropsychiatric disorders and she produced a thesis titled “Translational Control of mRNAs in the Brain in Health and Disease” and completed her PhD in 2019. After moving back to her hometown Innsbruck, Konstanze started work as a technician with the Jansen-Duerr group at IBA in 2020. Her current work is focused on exploring the properties of multi-domain metallothioneins across different species in transgenic lines of C. elegans. This is an interdisciplinary project with the group of Univ. Prof. Dr, i.R. Reinhard Dallinger, Molecular Physiology and Environmental Toxicology group at the Institute for Zoology (University of Innsbruck).

 

E-Mail: Konstanze.Simbriger@uibk.ac.at

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