Student Theses

Bachelor, Master and PhD theses completed at IFGA

  1. Maria del Mar Boronat. 2019. Bachelor Thesis. Relationship between DNA degradation and post-mortem interval. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Richard Jäger.
  2. Jasmin Ewert. 2020. Bachelor Thesis. Establishment of a Long-Range PCR based NGS Assay for High Throughput Sequencing of the Human Parkinson’s Disease associated Transporter Genes SLC6A3 and SLC22A3.  Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Richard Jäger, Prof. Dr. Walter Witke.
  3. Arthur Cleal. 2020. Bachelor Thesis. Quantitative PCR based analysis of DNA degradation. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Richard Jäger.
  4. Rahinat Muhammad. Bachelor Thesis. 2020. The exploration of long-range polymerase chain reaction and next-generation sequencing procedures for the detection of mutations in the MPV17 gene. Supervisors: Prof Dr Hans Weiher.
  5. Anna Mona Rosendahl. Bachelor Thesis. 2020. Optimization of Loci Balance for Short Tandem Repeat Analysis by Next Generation Sequencing. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Richard Jäger.
  6. Glenn MG Theunissen. PhD thesis. 2020. DNA profiling of single sperm cells and single skin flakes using micromanipulation and whole genome amplification. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Richard Jäger.
  7. Adesanoye Neville Olabode. 2019. Meta-analysis of microbiome clinical trials and microbial analysis of skin and soil samples. Supervisor: Prof Martin Sieber.
  8. Yuleisy Lucrecia Whilby Hall. 2020. Development and Realisation of a Clinical Trial Regarding the Effect of Herbal Mouthwash with Antibacterial Properties for the Oral Microbiome of Healthy Subjects. Supervisor: Prof Martin Sieber.
  9. Mishell Montserratt García Villamarín. 2020. Analysis of Bacterial and Fungal communities’ diversity in Soil via 16S rRNA and ITS metagenomics. Supervisor: Prof Martin Sieber.
  10. Sandra Eickert. 2021. Identificaiton of sequence variants of the human OXCT2 gene by next generation sequencing (NGS) of DNA.  Supervisors: Prof Oliver Sass, Prof Richard Jäger.