Research Groups

Jonathan Rodenfels

Education

2008-2014 Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics: PhD
Dresden, Germany
2002-2008 University of Bayreuth: BSc and MSc in Biochemistry
Bayreuth, Germany

Research Experience

from 2021 Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Dresden, Germany
Topic: Energetics of Biological Systems
2014-2020 Yale University, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry
New Haven, USA
Postdoctoral Research; Adviser: Prof. Karla Neugebauer
Topic: Energetics of early embryonic development
2008-2014 Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Dresden, Germany
PhD Research; Adviser: Dr. Suzanne Eaton (Remembering Suzanne Eaton – Website)
Topic: Investigation of systemically circulating Hedgehog in Drosophila
2002-2008 University of Bayreuth, Cell biology
Bayreuth, Germany
Diploma Research; Adviser: Prof. Benedikt Westermann
Topic: The role of prohibitins in biogenesis and function of mitochondria

Fellowships and Awards

2015 EMBO Long-Term Fellowship
Award#: ALTF 754-2015
Role: Investigator
2008 PhD Fellowship of the Dresden international graduate school for Biomedicine & Bioengineering
Role: Investigator