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Mag.rer.nat. Ina Rennisch


 

 

MASTER PROJECT

Sex specific smell preferences of barbecue scents

EDUCATION

Since 2013 Master Thesis at the Department of Anthropology; University of Vienna, Austria

2011-2013 Diploma thesis at the Department of Genetics in Ecology; University of Vienna: Investigations on Murine Colitis-Associated Bacteria: a quantitative PCR and microscopy approach

since 2007 Studies in Ecology (focusing on Microbial Ecology) and Anthropology (focusing on Human Ethology), University of Vienna

2005-2007 Studies in General Biology, University of Vienna

2003-2005 Studies in Medicine, Medical University of Vienna

2003 Matura (A-levels); BG Kurzwiese, Eisenstadt, Austria



EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

2012 – 2013 Research associate at the Department of Genetics in Ecology

WS 2012 Supervision of the practical course “Methoden der Ökogenetik”


PUBLICATIONS, TALKS AND POSTERS PRESENTED

Berry, D., Schwab, C., Milinovich, G., Reichert, J., Ben Mahfoudh, K., Decker, T., Engel, M. Hai, B., Hainzl, E., Heider, S., Kenner, L., Müller, M., Rauch, I., Strobl, B., Wagner, M., Schleper, C., Urich, T., Loy, A. (2012). Phylotype-level 16S rRNA analysis reveals new bacterial indicators of helath state in acute murine colitis. The ISME Journal.

Schwab, C., Berry, D., Rauch, I., Rennisch, I., Ramesmayer, J., Hainzl, E., Heider, S., Decker, T., Kenner, L., Müller, M., Strobl, B., Wagner, M., Schleper, C., Loy, A., Urich, T. Longitudinal study of murine microbiota activity and interactions with the host during acute inflammation and recovery. Accepted.


 

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