Ass. Prof. Dr. Stefanie Wienkoop

Vice Head, Group Leader Plant-Systems Interaction

Room: 1.311
Althanstraße 14 (UZA I)
1090 Wien
T: +43-1-4277-76560
M: +43-664-60277-76560
stefanie.wienkoop@univie.ac.at

Research...

Curriculum Vitae

Personal data

Born 1971 in Alfaz del Pi, Spain – one child (born 1993)

Higher education

2012            Habil, University of Vienna, Austria

2000            Dr. rer. nat. Biology, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany

1996 – 2000 Doctorate

Appointments

Since 2014    Assistant Professor, Department of Ecogenomics and Systems Biology, University of Vienna, Austria

2008-2013    Group Leader, Vice Head Dev. of Molcular Sytems Biology, Dept. of Ecogenomics and Systems Biology, University of Vienna, Austria

2002-2008   Post-Doctoral Position at Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm/Potsdam, Germany

2000-2002    Post-Doctoral Marie- Currie Fellowship at National Laboratory Risø, Plant Research Dept., Denmark

04-11/2000  Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia, Dept. of Botany, Vancouver, Canada

Research achievements in numbers (since 1999)

66 papers in peer-reviewed journals (2924 citations, H-index 30)

17 book chapter and 7 invited ‘news and views’ articles

>35 invited talks at national and international conferences or institutions

5 research grants as PI and host (total budget ~4.1 million €)

Academic Duties

Committee member of the Austrian Plant Phenotyping Network – APPN initiative (since 2017)

Editorial Board of the Journals: Journal of Proteomics, Frontiers in Plant Proteomics and Frontiers in Systems Biology

Editor of the Book, Plant Proteomics Methods and Protocols (2nd edition, from advances in proteomics techniques to biological and translational research; J.V. Jorrín Novo, S. Komatsu, W. Weckwerth, S. Wienkoop, eds), Humana Press (Springer Science) Series“Methods in Molecular Biology”, 2014

COST management committee FA1306 representative for Austria (since 2014)

Co-organizer of the International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR), 2012

Teaching

Awards (five most important)

2007 – 2008 Post-Doctoral fellowship of the BMBF: Initiative for Systems Biology (FORSYS)

2004 – 2006 Post-Doctoral fellowship of the BMBF: Nutrigenomics: Allergenicity in crop plants.

2001– 2002 Post-Doctoral fellowship of the Marie Curie Research Training Network LOTUS: HPRN-CT-2000-00086

2000            Funded fellow of the “The Westbrook Society” (UBC, Vancouver)

1996 -1998   Doctoral fellowship of the SFB199 of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft