Over the years, many PhD candidates have successfully defended their thesis based on research performed at, or in collaboration with our research group. Below is the list of MBMFS PhD graduates. If you want to know more, check out the SILS thesis gallery on our website.
MBMFS PhD graduates
Dr Tania Darphorn, "Composition, evolution and transfer of resistance plasmids in Escherichia coli"
Dr Marloes Hoeksema, "The role of ROS and genome plasticity during de novo acquisition of antibiotic resistance"
Dr Laura Dolz Edo, "Cytosolic pH and environmental signalling in yeast"
Dr Soraya Omardien, "Mechanistic study of novel antimicrobials for infection prevention and cure"
Dr Sacha Stelder, "Quantitative proteomics of food pathogenic Bacilli - a quest for biomarkers"
Dr Marco Lezzerini, "Aging in Caenorhabditis elegans; the role of Wnt signalling"
Dr Rachna Pandey, "Live-imaging of Bacillus subtilis spore germination and outgrowth"
Dr Wishwas Abhyankar, "The proteome of spore surface layers in food spoiling bacteria"
Dr Johan van Beilen, "Molecular physiology of weak organic acid stress in Bacillus subtilis"
Dr Azmat Ullah, "The role of intracellular pH in environmental adaptation of yeasts"
Dr Jarne Postmus, "The physiological response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to temperature stress"
Dr Rick Orij, "On the intracellular pH of baker’s yeast"
Dr Alex ter Beek, "Weak organic acid stress in Bacillus subtilis"
Dr Femke Mensonides, "How Saccharomyces cerevisiae copes with heat stress : an experimental and theoretical study"