Dr. Sonja Vanderhaeghen

Room No. 026

Tel.: +49 8161 / 71 5417
Fax: +49 8161 / 71 5475

E-Mail: sonja.vanderhaeghen[at]wzw.tum.de

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE SONJA VANDERHAEGHEN (BORN 1990 IN WADERN, GERMANY)

since 2019        Institute for Microbiology (Prof. Liebl), Technical University Munich,  Head of
                         Laboratory            

 2014-2019        PhD at the department of microbial ecology, Overlapping gene research group
                         topic: Overlapping genes in E. coli EDL933 (EHEC): Phylostratigraphy of alternative
                         reading frames and functional characterization of one candidate gene asa

2012-2014         M. sc. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Bayreuth

2014:                Master thesis at the department of Food Biotechnology, IFNH, ETH Zürich
                         topic: Analysis and functional properties of Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli originated from
                         breast milk and feces of mother-neonate pairs

2009-2012        B. sc. Biochemistry, University of Bayreuth

 

Publications:

4. Vanderhaeghen, S., B. Zehentner, S. Scherer, K. Neuhaus and Z. Ardern (2018) The novel EHEC gene
  asa
overlaps the TEGT transporter gene in antisense and is regulated by NaCl and growth phase,
  Scientific Reports -
DOI 10.1038/s41598-018-35756-y

 3. Hücker, S.M., S. Vanderhaeghen, I. Abellan-Schneyder, S. Scherer and K. Neuhaus (2018) The Novel
   Anaerobiosis-Responsive Overlapping Gene
ano Is Overlapping Antisense to the Annotated
   Gene ECs2385 of
Escherichia coli O157:H7 Sakai, Frontiers in Microbiology 9:931.

 2.  Hücker, S.M., S. Vanderhaeghen I. Abellan-Schneyder, R. Wecko, S. Simon, S. Scherer and K. Neuhaus
   (2018)
A novel short L-arginine responsive protein-coding gene (laoB) antiparallel overlapping
   to a CadC-like transcriptional regulator in
Escherichia coli O157:H7 Sakai originated by
   overprinting
, BMC Evolutionary Genomics 18:21.

 1.  Vanderhaeghen, S, C. Lacroix and C. Schwab (2015) Methanogen communities in stools of humans
   different age and health status and co-occurence with bacteria
, FEMS Microbiology Letters 362:
   fnv092
.