Dr. Kristina Riegel
Kristina obtained her B.Sc in Biology at the Julius-Maximilian University of Würzburg and she completed her Master in Biochemistry at the University of Regensburg. Her Master thesis she did externally at Merz Pharmaceuticals.
In 2015, she joined as PhD student the Research Group of Prof. Dr. Krishnaraj Rajalingam. During her PhD, she focused on the role of RAF kinases in dendritic cells. She will now continue and study the involvement of MAPK signaling in modulating the cytokine secretion of tumor cells and their subsequent effects on immune cells.
- 2020 - present Scientific Coordinator, Research Group of Prof. Dr. Krishnaraj Rajalingam; CBU, JGU Mainz
- 2019 - present PostDoc, Research Group of Prof. Dr. Krishnaraj Rajalingam; CBU, JGU Mainz
- 2015 - 2019 PhD student, Research Group of Prof. Dr. Krishnaraj Rajalingam; CBU, JGU Mainz
- 2011- 2014 Master of Science in Biochemistry at the University Regensburg; Master thesis was written extern in the company Merz Pharmaceutical
- 2008 - 2011 Bachelor of Science in Biology at the Julius-Maximilian- Universität Würzburg
- Dupont CA, Riegel K, Pompaiah M, Juhl H, Rajalingam K. Druggable genome and precision medicine in cancer: current challenges. FEBS J. 2021 Feb 24.
- Riegel K, Rajalingam K. The non-linearity of RAF-MEK signaling in dendritic cells. Cell Cycle. 2020:1-11.
- Riegel K, Hengl T, Krischok S, Schlinzig K, Abts HF. L-Cystine-Containing Hair-Growth Formulation Supports Protection, Viability, and Proliferation of Keratinocytes. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2020;13:499-510
- Riegel K, Schloder J, Sobczak M, Jonuleit H, Thiede B, Schild H, Rajalingam K. RAF kinases are stabilized and required for dendritic cell differentiation and function. Cell Death Differ. 2020;27(4):1300-15.