Panagiotis Moschou obtained a Master degree and Ph.D. in Plant Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology at the University of Crete (Greece) in Prof. Roubelakis-Angelakis lab. His work focused on the roles of polyamine oxidases in plant development, stress, and cell fate. He did a postdoc in the lab of Prof. Peter Bozhkov at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala (Sweden), where he studied mechanisms by which plant cell polarity and fate are coupled by proteolysis. In 2016 he spent a year in the lab of Prof. Jonathan Jones (The Sainsbury Lab, UK) as a visiting researcher focusing on the development of new methods for studying proteolysis. At the same time, he started his lab in the Department of Plant Biology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences as an Associate Professor.
Chen Liu obtained a Master degree in Botany at the SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY (China) in Prof. Shangzhi Huang lab and got a Ph.D. in Plant Molecular Physiology at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany) in Dr. Anton Schäffner lab. Her Ph.D. work focused on how the Aquaporin protein level was affected within the same gene family in Arabidopsis. In 2017, She started her postdoc at the Department of Plant Biology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Chen is studying the role of proteolysis in cell polarity and fate decisions.
Boyu Liu obtained his Master degree and Ph.D. in Botany at Hunan Agricultural University (China) in Prof. Ying Ruan’s lab. His work focused on histone modification in plant development, flowering time control, and organ size control. He worked in Wen-hui Shen’s lab (IBMP-CNRS, Strasbourg, France) for five months in 2012, where he studied how plant development is regulated by histone modification. He got his Ph.D. degree in 2016 and now he is working at Hunan Agricultural University as a Lecturer. In Moschou’s lab, he will study how the complex Scc2-Scc4 regulates the loading of the protein cohesin on chromatin.
Amna is a visiting Ph.D. student and an HEC scholarship fellow. She is studying how certain proteins form complexes with mRNA and what is the functional significance of these complexes in RNA metabolism.
Brassica napus project/CRISPR
Anna is a Ph.D. candidate studying the role of proteolysis in Brassica napus. She obtained an MSc from SLU.
Mohamed Mounir Boucetta
Mounir obtained a bachelor in Agricultural Sciences from the National High Institute of Agronomy in Algiers (Algeria). Then he moved to Umeå (Sweden) where he is enrolled in Plant and Forest Biotechnology Master Program (Umeå Plant Science Center). Mounir is a master student that he is developing CRISPR mutants involved in proteolysis.
Pruthvi Balachandra (with the group of Eugene Savenkov), firstname.lastname@example.org
Dimitrios Templalexis (with the group of Stamatis Rigas), email@example.com
Anis Meschichi (with the group of Stephanie Rosa), firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Herfs, project student
Theodor Crispin, project student
Zoltan Takacs, visiting PhD student
Leda-Eleni Tympa, project student
Alexander Tsoi, project student
Ana María Ribes Moya, visiting PhD student
Miguel Bracho, visiting PhD student
Interested in working with us?
We are looking for enthusiastic and reliable undergraduate students who are interested in gaining experience in research. Prospective students will be trained in a variety of molecular and cellular biology techniques, including confocal microscopy and genome editing (CRISPR/Cas9). If you are interested in working with us, send your CV (including relevant skills and research experiences) and a short motivation statement (max. 1 page) to Dr Panagiotis Moschou.
If you are interested in working with Dr Panagiotis Moschou as a graduate student, send your CV (including relevant skills, research experiences, and research interests) to Dr Panagiotis Moschou.
International Students and Collaborators
If you are thinking about visiting us, send your CV (including relevant skills, research experiences, and interests) to Dr Panagiotis Moschou.