Head of the Working group
Dr. Susanne Heise, Professor at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
Kamelia Samet, PhD-Student. Topic of the dissertation: Impact of co-contamination of cadmium and TiO2 -nanoparticles on the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans“.
Henning Tien, PhD student. Topic of the dissertation: Rare Earth Element Ecotoxicology in a Changing Environment.
Anja Wilde, biotechnology student. Anja is medical technical assistant by education and helps with all practical issues in the lab
Fabian Beimowski. Bachelor student. He does his bachelor work on anthropogenic lanthanum loads in the work group.
Monique Preuß. Technical Assistant in training.
Dr. Kari Moshenberg, PhD student and co-worker in the AAT-workgroup till October 2013. Topic of the dissertation “Modelling the Fate of particle bound HCB in the Elbe River”
Henning Herrmann, Co-worker in the projects “risk evaluation of fluoride emissions to the aquatic environment”, “Elbe backwaters II” and “Ecotoxicology of Lanthanum”
Dr. Judith Angelstorf, PhD student and co-worker in the project “Elbe Backwaters II”. Topic of the dissertation: “Effects of TiO2 nanoparticles on the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans“.
Silvia F. Materu, PhD student, working in the project “Morogoro”. Topic of the dissertation: Ecotoxicological effects in the Kilombero region, Tanzania.