Entries by Suzanne Cholwek

Recognizing Plant Physiology authors: Daniel Solymosi

Daniel Solymosi, first author of Cytochrome cM decreases photosynthesis under photomixotrophy in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 Current Position: PhD student in the Photosynthetic Microbes research group, Molecular Plant Biology, Department of Biochemistry, University of Turku, Finland Education: BSc and MSc in Molecular Biology, University of Szeged, Hungary, theses written at Molecular Stress and Photobiology lab, […]

Recognizing Plant Cell authors: Keylla Bicalho

Keylla Bicalho, co-first author of A Seed-Specific Regulator of Triterpene Saponin Biosynthesis in Medicago truncatula Current Position: Postdoctoral researcher at Metabolomics Core – VIB/UGent, Gent, Belgium Education: PhD and MSc in Organic Chemistry – Natural Products at Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil and B.S. in Chemistry at Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil Non-scientific Interests: […]

Recognizing Plant Cell authors: Elia Lacchini

Elia Lacchini, co-first author of A Seed-Specific Regulator of Triterpene Saponin Biosynthesis in Medicago truncatula Current Position: Postdoctoral scientist, VIB-UGENT Center for Plant System Biology, Ghent Belgium Education: B.Sc. Crops and Plant Sciences, University of Milan, Italy; M.Sc. Plant, Food and Environmental Biotechnology, University of Milan, Italy; Ph.D. Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Milan, […]

Recognizing Plant Cell authors: Bianca Ribeiro

Bianca Ribeiro, co-first author of A Seed-Specific Regulator of Triterpene Saponin Biosynthesis in Medicago truncatula Current Position: Postdoctoral researcher at KU Leuven, Belgium Education: PhD in Biochemistry and Biotechnology at Ghent University, Belgium; MSc in Genetics and Plant Breeding at University of Sao Paulo, Brazil and B.S. in Biological Sciences at University of Sao Paulo, Brazil […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology authors: Adrien Burlacot

Adrien Burlacot, first author of Membrane inlet mass spectrometry at the crossroads of photosynthesis, biofuel and climate research Current Position: Post Doc, Biosciences and Biotechnology Institute of Aix-Marseille Education: PhD in Plant Science, Aix-Marseille University Non-scientific Interests: hiking, biking, kayaking, restoring old objects Brief bio: Despite an early fascination on how plants transform sun energy […]

Recognizing Plant Cell authors: Justine Sucher

Justine Sucher, first author of Phylotranscriptomics of the Pentapetalae reveals frequent regulatory variation in local plant responses to the fungal pathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Current Position: Post-doctoral Fellow in Syngenta Education: PhD in molecular biology at UZH (Zürich University), Zürich, Switzerland; MSc in plant biotechnology at Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France Non-scientific interests: travelling and discovering […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology authors: Isha Kalra

Isha Kalra, first author of Chlamydomonas sp. UWO 241 exhibits high cyclic electron flow and rewired metabolism under high salinity Current Position: Ph.D. candidate, Microbiology Department, Miami University Education: B.E. (Hons.) Electronics and Instrumentation + MSc. (Hons.) Biological Science from BITS Pilani, K.K. Birla Goa Campus, India (2008-2013) Non-scientific Interests: hiking, baking, travelling Brief bio: […]

Recognizing Plant Cell authors: Xixi Zhang

Xixi Zhang, first author of Arabidopsis Flippases Cooperate with ARF GTPase Exchange Factors to Regulate the Trafficking and Polarity of PIN Auxin Transporters Current Position: Predoctoral visiting scientist in Prof. Jiří Friml’s lab at Institute of Science and Technology, Austria (IST Austria); PhD candidate in the lab of Assoc. Prof. Christian Luschnig at BOKU University, […]

Recognizing Plant Direct authors: Yinghui Li

Yinghui Li, first author of Exogenous sodium diethyldithiocarbamate, a Jasmonic acid biosynthesis inhibitor, induced resistance to powdery mildew in wheat Current Position: post-doctoral researcher Education:  PhD and Master, College of Agriculture, China Agricultural University, Beijing, China Non-scientific interests: table tennis, volleyball, hiking and literature Brief bio: Because of my inherent interest in agriculture, I studied crop genetics and breeding […]