Anna Siodmak

PhD Students

PhD Student

Location:

B2/R3287-WS15

Research Interests

Anna Siodmak is a biochemist interested in the plant defense mechanisms towards pathogens. She is currently working on the signaling pathway of MAPKs, focused on the characterization of the effect of MAPKs on the translation machinery and its role in ROS induced signaling.

Selected Publications

  • A chimeric IDD4 repressor constitutively induces immunity in Arabidopsis via the modulation of salicylic-and jasmonic acid homeostasis, Volz R, Kim S-K, Mi J, Mariappan KG, Siodmak A, Al-Babili S, Hirt H., Plant Cell Physiol, 2019.

Education

  • MSc, Horticultural Science, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 2017
  • BSc, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany, 2014

Professional Profile

  • 2015-2016: Research Assistant, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Research Interests Keywords

plant science plant-pathogen interactions reactive oxygen signalling MAPK signaling translation ribosomes