LOEWE Center for
Insect Biotechnology
& Bioresources

Tobias Kessel

BSc

Technical assistant

Phone: +49 641 99-37752

Email: Tobias.Kessel@ime.fraunhofer.de

Room: 673a

Building: HBR58

Vita

Since 07/2015

Technician

Fraunhofer Institute (IME), Gießen
09/2013–07/2015

Research Assistant

Department of Developmental Biology, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg
09/2010–09/2013

Technician

Department of Developmental Biology, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg
2012-07-09

Presentation

„Euro-Evo-Devo“-Meeting Lisbon
09/2008–09/2010

Teachers Training

Biology and Chemistry, University Münster
09/2004–09/2008

Bachelor Degree

International Degree Course Industrial and Environmental Biology, University Bremen

Degree: Bachelor of Science
08/2003–02/2004

Internship Phillips-University Marburg

Department of Cell Biology, Histology and Molecular Biology
08/2001–07/2003

School Educations and Advanced Technical Certificate

Training for biological technical assistant and supplementary education for the advanced technical certificate

Adolf-Reichwein-Schule, Marburg

Publications

Heep J, Klaus A, Kessel T, Seip M, Vilcinskas A, Skaljac M (2019) Proteomic Analysis of the Venom from the Ruby Ant Myrmica rubra and the Isolation of a Novel Insecticidal Decapeptide Insects, 10 (2)
Schultheis D, Weißkopf M, Schaub C, Ansari S, Van Anh Dao, Grossmann D, Majumdar U, Salim Hakeemi M, Troelenberg N, Richter T, Schmitt-Engel C, Schwirz J, Ströhlein N, Teuscher M, Bucher G, Frasch M (2019) A Large Scale Systemic RNAi Screen in the Red Flour Beetle Tribolium castaneum Identifies Novel Genes Involved in Insect Muscle Development G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 9 (2)
Ansari S, Troelenberg N, Dao VA, Richter T, Bucher G, Klingler M (2018) Double abdomen in a short-germ insect: Zygotic control of axis formation revealed in the beetle Tribolium castaneum Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,
Hu Y, Schmitt-Engel C, Schwirz J, Stroehlein N, Richter T, Majumdar U, Bucher G (2018) A morphological novelty evolved by co-option of a reduced gene regulatory network and gene recruitment in a beetle. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 285 (1885)
Schmitt-Engel C, Schultheis D, Schwirz J, Ströhlein N, Troelenberg N, Majumdar U, Dao VA, Grossmann D, Richter T, Tech M, Dönitz J, Gerischer L, Theis M, Schild I, Trauner J, Koniszewski ND, Küster E, Kittelmann S, Hu Y, Lehmann S, Siemanowski J, Ulrich J, Panfilio KA, Schröder R, Morgenstern B, Stanke M, Buchhholz F, Frasch M, Roth S, Wimmer EA, Schoppmeier M, Klingler M, Bucher G (2015) The iBeetle large-scale RNAi screen reveals gene functions for insect development and physiology. Nature Communications, 6:7822 , 1–10.
Siemanowski J, Richter T, Dao VA, Bucher G (2015) Notch signaling induces cell proliferation in the labrum in a regulatory network different from the thoracic legs. Developmental Biology, in press
Ulrich J, Dao VA, Majumdar U, Schmitt-Engel C, Schwirz J, Schultheis D, Ströhlein N, Troelenberg N, Grossmann D, Richter T, Dönitz J, Gerischer L, Leboulle G, Vilcinskas A, Stanke M, Bucher G (2015) Large scale RNAi screen in Tribolium reveals novel target genes for pest control and the proteasome as prime target BMC Genomics, 16 , 674.