Anne Petzold researches on biomathematical modelling and regulatory mechanisms in the context of immunological signalling processes.
She is member of the research group AG Neuss-Radu.
Master’s studies in Integrated Life Sciences,
Mathematical Modelling and Systems Biology,
Bioimaging and Biophysics
Topic of Master’s Thesis:
Role of Basal Purinergic Signalling in Immune Suppression. Modelling and simulations.
Supervisor: PD Dr. Maria Neuss-Radu
|2017||Semester abroad at ETH Zurich, Switzerland studying Biotechnology
|2014–2017||Bachelor’s studies in Integrated Life Sciences,
Topic of Bachelor’s thesis:
Consequences of hypoxia in a mitochondrial respiration model with focus on ATP production
|2014||Abitur at Gregor-Mendel-Gymnasium Amberg|
Work as scientific assistant and tutor for different lectures
- Scientific assistant for supporting test calculations in the area of fluid mechanics (magnetic-drug-targeting) with the programming language Common Lisp (since October 2019)
Practicals for lecture “Mathematics for engineers A2”
- Practicals for lecture “Mathematics for engineers E1”
Practicals for lecture “Mathematics for engineers E2”
- Practicals for lecture “Structue physics” (WS 16/17)
- Practicals for lecture “Mathematical modelling and statistics for natural scientists” (WS 16/17)