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 Sinisa Prelic

   Department of Evolutionary Neuroethology
   Reception & Transduction
 Phone:+49 (0)3641 57 1456Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology
 Fax:-Hans-Knöll-Straße 8
  emailD-07745 Jena

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Previous research

2015-2016 Cytoskeleton dynamics
(Akhmanova lab, Dept. Cell Biology, UU)
Research on the role of microtubules and MTOC involvement in sprouting angiogenesis (blood vessel formation) in 3D using gel-embedded endothelial spheroids.

2014-2015 STARR-seq
(Laboratory of Translational Immunology, UMC)
Development of massively parallel genome-wide DNA regulatory region screen for mammalian genomes (STARR-seq). Using this novel high-throughput whole-genome assay, we could identity and quantify the activity of DNA regulatory elements (e.g. enhancers) that play critical roles in cell type specification and disease pathogenesis.

2013 Fungal physiology
(Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute)
Research on sugar-releasing capacity in progeny of thermophilic fungi selected for growth on complex substrates. By profiling growth on various types of media, differences in CAZyme secretion could be obtained for improved (lignocellulosic, or second-gen) biofuel production.

2013 Lab rotations
• Computational structural biology: Biomolecular docking simulation, modeling of complexes; work with HADDOCK molecular modeling software
PI: Prof. Alexandre Bonvin, PhD
• Molecular oncology: Control of growth factor signaling, therapeutic use of nanobodies; EGFR internalization into endosomes/multivesicular bodies, nanobodies
PI: Paul van Bergen en Henegouwen


Publication

• Epigenetic regulation of immune tolerance in intestinal epithelium
Mokry M, Prelic S, Hilvering CRE, Nieuwenhuis EES. (2014). O-06. Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis.

• Physiological roles of abundant extracellular chaperones. Prelic S. (Cellular Protein Chemistry, Rudiger lab, Faculty of Science, UU.) April 2016.

Education

Since Feb 2018 PhD student
Dept. Evolutionary Neuroethology, Drosophila neurogenetics group.
Molecular profiling of Drosophila olfactory sensory neurons.
Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology. Jena, DE.

2013-2016 MSc
Molecular & Cellular Life Sciences.
Utrecht University, Faculty of Science. Utrecht, NL.

2010-2013 BSc
Life sciences major (Molecular cell biology, biotechnology, developmental biology, cognitive neuroscience).
University College Utrecht, NL.
last updated on 2019-11-14