Group leader

mail: anne.jantschke@tu-dresden.de
phone: +49 351 463 32508
homepage: http://www.jantschke-group.de

Technische Universität Dresden
Bioanalytische Chemie
01062 Dresden

ORCID: 0000-0003-1257-8830


Silica and Calcium Carbonate Biomineralization in Microalgae, Bioinspired Materials, (Cryo) Electron Microscopy (SEM/FIB-SEM), Fluorescence Microscopy (CLSM), Nanoparticle Synthesis, Functionalization and Assembly for Applications in Catalysis or Drug Delivery, Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy, Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, Vibrational Spectroscopy and Imaging (µ-Raman/SERS, FTIR), Chromatography (HPLC/GC) ††††


Since 2018

Junior group leader
TU Dresden, Bioanalytical Chemistry

Focus:      Biomineralization in Dinoflagellates: (in vivo-) Investigations of Calcification, Structure Morphogenesis and their Precursor Phases; Influence of Guanine Crystals on Photosynthesis Efficiency and Bioluminescence; Isolation, Characterization and Functionalization of Cellulose Thecal Plates

2016 – 2017

Post-Doctoral Researcher
Prof. Lia Addadi and Prof. Steve Weiner, Structural Biology
Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Focus:      Biomineralization in Dinoflagellates: Ultrastructural Studies of Cyst Formation / Calcification using Cryo Electron Microscopy, Raman-Imaging and Fluorescence Microscopy

Funded by the Dean of Faculty Fellowship (Weizmann Institute, 3 Months) and Forschungsstipendium (DFG, 18 Months)


Staff Scientist
TU Dresden, Bioanalytical Chemistry

Focus:      Concepts of Biomineralization in Flagellated Microalgae (Dinophyta and Chrysophyta)

2010 – 2014

Doctorate (Dr. rer. nat.) in Chemistry (1.0 summa cum laude)
TU Dresden, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Prof. Eike Brunner

‚Materials Science Aspects of the Biosilica Surface of Stephanopyxis turris – Characterization, Functionalization, and in vivo-Modification‘

2011 – 2014

Active Cooperation in the Young Chemists Forum Dresden (JCF)

2010 – 2012

Certificate Intellectual Property Rights
Focus: Patent Law, Final Mark: 1.5


Master of Science in Chemistry (Overall Grade: 1.1)
TU Dresden, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Prof. Eike Brunner and Prof. Alexander Eychmüller

‚Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoparticle Arrays Using Biological Templates’†††††††††