Junior-GBM

Junior section, German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Marija Jeremic

PhD student, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade

Rafael Romero-Becerra

PhD Student, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III

Hina Manzoor

Lecturer, Nusrat Jahan College

Giulia Faravelli

Postdoc, University of Pavia

Fiona Veira-McTiernan

Communications and Digital Platforms Associate, FEBS

I am the Communications and Digital Platforms Associate at FEBS, and I help manage content and use of online platforms and sites such as the FEBS Network, FEBS website and FEBS Congress website, but particularly on the FEBS Network. Previously I have managed the funding programmes of a number of UK research charities, mainly in the field of cancer. I have supported the income generation teams at those organisations with science communication, as well as developed e-learning resources for staff and students at the Institute of Cancer Research. I have a BSc in Biochemistry, an MSc in Nutrition and a Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics. After years in London I have now moved back to Spain, where I continue to work as a science communicator.

Khadija Aichane

Master Student, Hannover Medical School

Sabrina Weber

Master student, Uiversity of Heidelberg

Felix Lützenkirchen

PhD-student, University Hamburg

Rafael Luis Giner

PhD student, Universidad de Sevilla

Irene Diaz-Moreno

Chair of the FEBS Working Group on the Careers of Young Scientists, University of Seville - CSIC

Dr. Irene Díaz-Moreno is Full Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Institute of Chemical Research of the Scientific Research Centre Isla de la Cartuja – cicCartuja, in Seville (Spain). She was awarded with her Ph.D. with European mention from the University of Seville in 2005. Dr. Irene Díaz-Moreno has worked in collaboration with groups at the Universities of Göteborg (Sweden) and Leiden (The Netherlands) on molecular recognition between metalloproteins involved in electron-transfer processes. She was an EMBO postdoctoral fellow (2006–2008) at the NIMR-MRC in London (UK), working on the regulatory mechanisms of mRNA decay by RNA-binding proteins. In 2010, she got a permanent position at the University of Seville, where she is developing research projects on Biointeractomics field, as well as on the post-translational regulation of biological macromolecules.
Lena Klein

Master's Student, University of Hamburg

Dominika Wawrzyniak

M.Sc. student, University of Hamburg

Julia Hutmacher

Master degree student, University of Cologne

Benedikt Moissl

PhD student, University of Regensburg

Alexandra Schimpf

M.Sc., University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover

Florestan Bilsing

PhD Student, Institute of Biochemistry, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Jannis Anstatt

PhD student, Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry

I am a PhD student in the lab of Stefan Jakobs at the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany. My interests include the crosstalk between mitochondrial function and ultrastructure, microscopy and, generally, the spatial organisation of the cell, especially of membranes. Additionally, I am a founding member and spokesperson of the Göttingen local group of the junior-GBM.

Nicola Bopp

Student, Bachelor of Science, University Regensburg

Chris Maddou

Student, Universität zu Köln

SIB – Junior Section

Società Italiana di Biochimica e Biologia Molecolare, SIB

SIB Sezione Giovani is the Junior Section of the Italian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SIB). It was set up in 2020 to support the career development and networking opportunities of students and young researchers in the molecular life sciences in Italy. SIB Sezione Giovani organise and deliver their own activities under the supervision of their Society and all members of the Junior Section are members of SIB. SIB Sezione Giovani are also part of the FEBS Junior Sections. To find out more about SIB Sezione Giovani read their overview post and check out the online talks and other activities they deliver, accesible from the 'Popular contributions' section below.