Graduates of the Julius Wolff Institut

The early career scientists are one of the most important assets for our research activities. On the following pages you will find the list of all doctoral researcher who conducted and completed their successful thesis at the Julius Wolff Insitute over the years.

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Graduates

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  • Marta Aido ist promoviert graduated

    BSRT Student Marta Aido defended her thesis on the 23 March 2015.


    Her thesis was entitled
    "The influence of age and mechanical loading on bone structure and mechanical properties".

    2015;

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  • Verena Schwachmeyer graduated

    Verena Schwachmeyer completed her doctoral thesis successfully in 2015.


    Her doctoral thesis iss entitled:
    "In vivo Belastungen des Hüftgelenkes und der Lendenwirbelsäule in Physiotherapie und Rehabilitation".

    2015;

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  • Susann Minktwitz graduated

    BSRT student Susann Minkwitz completed her thesis in 2015.


    Her thesis was entitled
    "Untersuchung von Signalwegen in Rattenmodellen mit unterschiedlichen Knochenheilungsstörungen".

    2015;

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  • Kristin Strohschein graduated

    BSRT student Kristin Strohschein completed her thesis in 2015.


    Her thesis was entitled
    "Mesenchymal stromal cells as modulators in skeletal muscle trauma – investigating possible modes of action".

    2015;

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  • Jean-Baptiste Forien graduated

    BSRT student Jean-Baptiste Forien completed his thesis in 2015.


    His thesis was entitled
    "The influence of engineering and non-engineering nanoparticles of mesen­chymal stromal cells: implications for toxicity and applicants".

    2015;

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  • Doreen Janke graduated

    BSRT student Doreen Janke defended her thesis on the 9 January 2014.


    Her thesis was entitled
    "The impact of high laminar fluid shear stress on human primary endothelial cells: from mechanotransduction to the bioreactor "artificial artery".

    2014;

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  • Philipp Damm graduated

    JWI student Philipp Damm completed his thesis in 2014.


    His thesis was entitled
    "Loading of total hip joint replacements – In vivo measurements with instrumented hip implants".

    2014;

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  • Franka Klatte-Schulz graduated

    JWI student Franka Klatte-Schulz completed her thesis in 2014.


    Her thesis was entitled
    "Einfluss des Alters, des Geschlechtes und der fettigen Infiltration auf die zellbiologischen Eigenschaften und das Stimulationspotential humaner Tenozyten der Rotatorenmanschette".

    2014;

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  • Adam Trepczynski graduated

    JWI student Adam trepczynski completed his thesis in 2014.


    His thesis was entitled
    "Die Bedeutung der Weichteile für die internen muskuloskelettalen Belastungen nach Knietotalendoprothese".

    2014;

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  • Pascal Joly graduated

    BSRT Student Pascal Joly defended his thesis on the 18 November 2013.


    His thesis was entiteled
    "From filling voids to matrix remodeling: Fibroblasts strategies in macroporous environments".

    2013;

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