graduated from the Federal Research Assistant School in Würzburg, Germany. In 2013 she joined as a research assistant the Experimental Stem Cell Transplantation Laboratory at Würzburg University Hospital. In recent years she has particularly specialized in 3D light sheet fluorescence microscopy. She is also an expert in other techniques, such as in vivo bioluminescence imaging, multiparameter flow cytometry, PCR, and immunohistochemistry. She is closely working with Dr. Jordán Garrote and the GvHD core in the Beilhack lab.
Tel: +49-931-201 27638
Jarick KJ, Mokhtari Z, Scheller L, Hartweg J, Thusek S, Le DD, Ranecky M, Shaikh H, Qureischi M, Heinze KG, Beilhack A. (2018). Photoconversion of Alloreactive T Cells in Murine Peyer’s Patches During Acute Graft-Versus-Host Disease: Tracking the Homing Route of Highly Proliferative Cells In Vivo. Front. Immunol. 9:1468.
Schuster S, Krüger T, Subota I, Thusek S, Rotureau B, Beilhack A, Engstler M. (2017). Developmental adaptations of trypanosome motility to the tsetse fly host environments unravel a multifaceted in vivo microswimmer system. Elife. 6: e27656.