Introducing the finalists of the 2019 PhD Thesis Presentation Contest

This year 16 applicants from Canada, Germany, UK and Ukraine applied to our PhD Contest.

After a careful peer review six PhD students won the right to present their work at the Final, which will take place in Tübingen on Thursday, 19th of September 2019, within the framework of the Days of Ukraine in Baden-Württemberg.

Finalists (left to right): Ielizaveta Gorodetska (photo: private); Yevgenii Grushevskyi (photo: private); Lyubov Illyenko (photo: private); Sofiia Reshetniak and Oleh Rymarenko (both photos: courtesy of Irene Böttcher-Gajewski)
  • Ielizaveta Gorodetska, Oncoray, National Center for Radiation Research in Oncology, Dresden
    “Darkness of BRCAness Prostate Cancer”
  • Yevgenii Grushevskyi, The Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
    “Activation Kinetics of GPCRs”
  • Lyubov Illyenko, University of Augsburg
    “Ukrainian Mosaics of the Soviet Era: Between Art and Ideology”
  • Myroslav Kryven, The Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
    “Network Visualization is an Important Tool to Cognitively Understand and Analyse Networks”
  • Sofiia Reshetniak, UMG, The Georg August University of Göttingen
    “Dynamic organization of the synaptic bouton”
  • Oleh Rymarenko, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen
    “XPO1 – a bouncer of a cell nucleus”