Publications with the contribution of LGSA PhD candidates

The goal of a PhD thesis program is to publish at least one first-author paper in an international peer-reviewed journal. We are very happy that our young researchers highly contribute to the publication record of the participating institutions.


  • Lentiviral in situ targeting of stem cells in unperturbed intestinal epithelium.
    Garside GB, Sandoval M, Beronja** S, Rudolph** KL
    BMC Biol 2023, 21(1), 6 ** co-corresponding authors
  • TRRAP-mediated acetylation on Sp1 regulates adult neurogenesis.
    Yin BK, Lázaro D, Wang ZQ
    Comput Struct Biotechnol J 2023, 21, 472


  • Paneth cells drive intestinal stem cell competition and clonality in aging and calorie restriction
    Annunziata F, Rasa SMM, Krepelova A, Lu J, Minetti A, Omrani O, Nunna S, Adam L, Käppel S, Neri F
    Eur J Cell Biol 2022, 101(4), 151282
  • Investigating the proteasome interaction network using proximity ligation coupled to mass spectrometry
    Bartolome A
    Dissertation 2022, Jena, Germany
  • ProteasomeID: quantitative mapping of proteasome interactomes and substrates for in vitro and in vivo studies
    Bartolome A, Heiby* JC, Dau* T, Di Fraia D, Heinze I, Kirkpatrick JM, Ori A
    bioRxiv 2022, * equal contribution
  • Vitamin A metabolism in niche cells activates retinoic acid signaling and impairs stem cell function and skeletal muscle maintenance in aging mice
    Becker F
    Dissertation 2022, Jena
  • The role of exosomes in inter-cellular and inter-organ communication of the peripheral nervous system.
    Bischoff JP, Schulz A, Morrison H
    FEBS Lett 2022, 596(5), 655-64
  • Deriving life extension strategies from the intestinal microbiome of human centenarians
    Chaudhari PS
    Dissertation 2022, Jena, Germany
  • Triac treatment prevents neurodevelopmental and locomotor impairments in thyroid hormone transporter Mct8/Oatp1c1 deficient mice
    Chen J, Salveridou E, Liebmann L, Sundaram SM, Doycheva D, Markova B, Hübner CA, Boelen A, Visser EW, Heuer* H, Mayerl* S
    bioRxiv 2022, * equal contribution
  • Microbiome and aging: A study of microbial evolution and community structure across model organisms.
    Davila Aleman PD
    PhD thesis, Universität zu Köln 2022, Köln, Germany