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Name
Mag. rer.nat. Markus Aleschko

E-M@il
markus.aleschko@univie.ac.at

Studies
2000–2007 Biologie/ Genetik-Mikrobiologie

Education
1991–1999 Stiftsgymnasium St. Paul im Lavanttal

Project
Molecular and biochemical analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein Ylr414p, a member of the claudin protein superfamily




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Name 
Mag. Pharm. Renate Baumgartner

E-M@il
renate.baumgartner@univie.ac.at

Studies
1999-2006 Pharmacy at the University of Vienna
2004 semester abroad for the research of diploma thesis in Montréal/ Canada

Education
1994-1999 Realgymnasium with lingusistic specialisation in Brixen/ Italy
2006-2007 practical training at the pharmacy "Alte Feldapotheke" in Vienna (professional qualification as a pharmacist)

Project
Virtual and real screening of natural products to find effective modulators of protein tyrosine phosphatase PTP 1B





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Name 
BSc. MSc. Waheed Shabbir

E-M@il
waheed.shabbir@univie.ac.at

Studies
Msc Molecular Bio-engenering TU-Graz
Master thesis: activity of ErbB receptor tyrosine kinaseinhibitor on breast and ovarian cancer cells

Education
Bsc (hons) applied life science

Project
Calcium channel as drug target
supervisor: Prof. Dr. Steffen Hering




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Name 
MSc. Gowri Shankar Bagavananthem Andavan

E-M@il
gbag8729@usyd.edu.au

Studies
2001-2005 Bachelor of Technology (Industrial Biotechnology)
2006-2007 Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sydney

Education
1999-2000 JGVV,Chennai, India

Project
Investigation on the Influence of the Expression System on the Sodium Channel Response'
supervisor: Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Rosa Lemmens-Gruber




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Mag. Pharm. Wu Shengqian

E-M@il
shengqian.wu@univie.ac.at

Studies
1994-1997 High school affiliated to Zhejiang University, China

Education
1997-2001 Bachelor of pharmacy, Zhejiang University, China
2002-2007 Master of pharmacy, University of Vienna, Austria

Project
Investigation of chondroprotective effects with the aid of miniaturized cell culture arrays.



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Name
Mag. Pharm. Singhuber Judith

E-M@il
judith.singhuber@univie.ac.at

Studies
Pharmacy at the University of Vienna
Diploma thesis on the department of Pharmacognosy, Graduation in September 2007

Education
1995-2000 HBLA for culture and congress management in Steyr, Austria

Project
Bioassay guided fractionation of plant extracts, whereas bioactive fractions will be further analysed to isolate the active principle(s) of the plant and elucidate it's or their structure(s).




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Name
Mag. Pharm. Windisch Andreas

E-M@il
andreas.windisch@univie.ac.at

Studies
Pharmacy at the University of Vienna 2001 - 2007

Education
Bundesgymnasium Oberschützen 1993 - 2001

Project
Quantification of HERG channel block Prof. Eugen Timin




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Name
MSc. Chonticha Suwattanasophon

E-M@il
chonticha.suwattanasophon@univie.ac.at

Studies
Physics

Education
Msc. Physics

Project
Interaction determinants between pore regions and voltage sensors in calcium channels.




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Name
Mag. Pharm. Andrea Schiesaro

E-M@il
andrea.schiesaro@univie.ac.at

Studies
1998-1999 Biology faculty at University of Padova.
1999-2007 Pharmaceutical chemistry and tecnology studies at University of Padova.

Education
Biological technical insitute institute "S.B.Boscardin", Vicenza/Italy.

Project
In silico screening on the HERG potassium channel.




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Name
Mag. Pharm. Barbara Taferner

E-M@il
barbara.taferner@univie.ac.at

Studies
2002–2007 Pharmacy, Vienna
Diploma thesis: Subunit Dependent Modulation of GABAA Receptors by the Neolignan Compound Magnolol

Education
1994–2002 Gymnasium St. Ursula, Salzburg

Project
Subunit Dependent Pharmacology of GABAA Receptors (Special focus on γ1 subunits)




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