"After complete my PhD and Postdoc in Spain, I joined Alex lab as a Senior Postdoc. My research is focused on inflammasomes, specifically in the NLRP3 inflammasome. My goal is to understand the molecular mechanisms behind NLRP3 activation."
"My main research focus is to decipher which cell death pathway Staphylococcus aureus employs to exit from within macrophages, which are the inducing factors, and what is the role of inflammasomes in this whole process."
"My project was about unconventional flagellin as regulator of intestinal inflammation. And especially, we are very interested in the flagellin from E. coli Nissle 1917 flagellin and its role on the intestine microenvironment under both healthy and intestine inflammatory disease conditions."
"I graduated from India in Bioengineering and moved to University of Glasgow to pursue my Master of Research degree in Biomedical Sciences. Having discovered a passion for Immunology during my Masters, I am happy to have joined in Alex Weber’s group in Tübingen to pursue my PhD. I am currently working in NLRP3 inflammasome and inters interaction with Bruton’s Tyrosine Kinase (BTK. Outside the lab, I am fond of travelling and I enjoy sketching and singing."
"I came to Tübingen in 2017 and accomplished my Master in Molecular Cell Biology and Immunology. I joined the lab in April 2019 for my Master thesis and continued with my PhD in October the same year, investigating the role of RNA in neutrophil extracellular traps."
"After completing my Master in Molecular Cell Biology and Immunology and my Master thesis in Immunology, I joined the lab in March 2020. In my project, I study the sensing of bacterial and endogenous RNA in keratinocytes."
"During my Masters I discovered my true passion, understanding the complex network that encompasses the immune system. In October 2020, I joined the lab of Alexander Weber under the supervision of Ana Tapia, where we try to uncover the molecular mechanisms behind inflammasome activation."
"After finishing my Master's in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University of Bonn I joined the lab in February 2021 for my PhD.
My main research focus is to create a better understanding of the pathways underlying senescence and use them for the improvement of cancer therapies. "
"My project focusses on the role of the bacterial flagellum in mediating the anti-inflammatory response of the probiotic strain E.coli Nissle 1917. This strain is used as a treatment option for inflammatory bowel disease patients."
Jelena was born in Belgrade, Serbia where she also finished her Bachelor's studies in Biochemistry at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry. She finished her Master's studies in Structural and functional biochemistry at the University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France. Currently, she is here in Tübingen as a Research Assistant in the AG Weber working on NLRP3 inflammasome.
"I graduated from Sun Yat-Sen University in 2020 and accomplished my Master in Internal Medicine. I joined Alex Weber’s lab in Tübingen in October 2021. My project is focusing on the signaling networks controlling dormancy in MyD88-driven lymphoma."
"In April 2021 I concluded my PhD and started as a Postdoc at University of Sao Paulo in Brazil. In April 2022, I joined Alex Weber lab as Postdoc for one year, with the project focused in investigate the regulation of NLRP3 inflammasome activation in neutrophils, specially the role of Bruton’s Tyrosine Kinase (BTK)."