Bachelor Theses

  • Sophie Houben, Molecular Biosciences (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Optimierung der rasterelektronenmikroskopischen Diatomenquantifizierung, in progress 
  • Dominik Baumgartner, BSc. Molecular Biosciences (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Unterschiede im postmortalen Proteinabbau verschiedner Muskelguppen, 2019
  • Anna Schrüfer, BSc. Molecular Biosciences (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Unterschiede im postmortalen Proteinabbau verschiedner Muskelguppen, 2019
  • Verena Lang, BSc. Molecular Biosciences (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Methodenoptimierung für die Proteinanalyse - Probenentnahme, 2019
  • Rebecca-Jo Thiele, BSc. Molecular Biosciences (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Methodenoptimierung für die Proteinanalyse - Homogenisierung, 2019
  • Martina Leitner, BSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Plastizität der Skelettmuskulatur, 2018
  • Julia Zlöbl, BSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Comparison of two different sample processing methods for the detection of post mortem degradation of skeletal muscle proteins; Cryo grinding vs. Ultra Turrax processing, 2018


Master Theses

  • Anja Perner, BSc., Medical Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Influencing factors on  postmortem protein degradation in human muscle tissue. In progress
  • Dominik Hagen, BSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Drowning diagnostics by scanning electron microscopy diatome analysis. In progress
  • Katharina Weitgasser, MSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Muscle protein degradation for PMI estimation – field application and analysis of potential influencing factors in a porcine model. 2018
  • Julia Seufert, MSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Influences of storage temperature on postmortem muscle protein degradation. 2017
  • Bianca Ehrenfellner, MSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg), Delimitation of the time since death by analyses of post mortem muscle protein degradation. 2016
  • Alexander Pfisterer, MSc., Biology (Paris-Lodron University Salzburg),Post mortal changes in structure and function of proteases in skeletal muscle. 2015


Diploma Theses

  • Christina Anglberger, Medicine (Paracelsus Medical Private University), Analyse von Einflussfaktoren auf das postmortale Abkühlverhalten eines menschlichen Körpers. In progress  
  • Victoria Sommerauer, Medicine (Paracelsus Medical Private University), Variance in postmortem protein degradation in different skeletal muscles. 2018 



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