Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Verena Ibl

Group Leader Endosperm subcellular proteomics

Room: 1.082
Althanstraße 14 (UZA I)
1090 Wien
Twitter: @VerenaIbl
Researchgate: Verena Ibl (former Winter)
verena.ibl@univie.ac.at

Personal details

Date of Birth: July 19, 1976
Place of Birth: Vienna
Nationality: Austria

 

Research interests

  • plant ESCRT machinery- endomembrane system
  • intracellular protein trafficking
  • microscopic studies
  • in vivo imaging
  • seed
  • proteomics

 

Higher education including obtained degrees

2010 Degree Dr. rer.nat., University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
2003 – 2010 PhD at the Department of Applied Genetics und Cell Biology (DAGZ); University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna:

Characterization of the ESCRT-III component HYADE in Arabidopsis thaliana

2004 Degree Dipl. Ing. at the Department of Biotechnology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
1996 – 2004 Studies of Food- and Biotechnology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

 

Appointments

2016 – present 2 FWF stand-alone projects; Molecular System Biology (MoSys), University of Vienna, Vienna
2013 – 2016 FWF stand-alone project “ESCRTing during barley endosperm development”, Department of Applied Genetics und Cell Biology (DAGZ); University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
2010 – 2013 PostDoc in the group of Dr. Eva Stoger; Molecular Plant Physiology and Crop Biotechnology, Department of Applied Genetics und Cell Biology (DAGZ); University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

 

Recent invitations to scientific conferences (invited speaker)

10/2016

“The barley ESCRT-III HvVPS24/CHMP3 and its putative special role in barley endosperm”; Lecce, Italy, Unconventional Protein and Membrane Trafficking (UPMT)-meeting

06/2016

“The barley ESCRT-III HvVPS24/CHMP3 and its putative special role in barley endosperm”; Brighton, United Kingdom, SEB Meeting

09/2014

“In situ live cell imaging of PSV dynamics in barley aleurone”; LECCE, Italy, ENPER Meeting

08/2013

“Fusing, collapsing and shrinking: the fate of PSVs in developing barley endosperm”; GENT, Belgium, ENPER Meeting

09/2011

“FM4-64 as a tool to study the dynamic endomembrane system in maize endosperm cells”; ASSISI, Italy, ENPER Meeting

06/2011

“Recombinant Pharmaceuticals from Crop Plants”; VIENNA, Austria, Expert presentations on Plant Derived Vaccines

09/2010

“New insights into the vacuolar protein transport mechanism in maize endosperm”; MARIENBURG, Zell an der Mosel, Germany, ENPER Meeting

12/2007

“The endosomal protein sorting machinery component HYADE regulates the plane of division and cytokinesis in Arabidopsis root cells; SALZBURG, Austria, University of Salzburg, Host: Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Ilse Foissner, Department of Cell Biology, Institut of Plantphysiology, SALZBURG, Austria

04/2007

“Interaction and functional characterization of ESCRT-III complex components of Arabidopsis“; SALZBURG, Austria, Botanical Microscopy Meeting

 

5 most important peer review activities, editorships/memberships in academic organisations

2013 – present Transgenic Research
2015 – present Journal of Experimental Botany
2013 – present Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology (ÖGMBT)); www.oegmbt.at
2015 – present The International Society for Seed Science (ISSS); http://seedscisoc.org/
2016 – present Society for Experimental Biology (SEB); www.sebiology.org/homepage

 

Externally funded national and international projects (last 5 years)

Funding organisation Duration Research topic of the project Funding in k€
Hochschuljubiläumsstiftung

der Stadt Wien

12/2016 –

06/2017

Identification of HvVPS24-interacting protein in barley endosperm 7
FWF 12/2016 – 12/2019 Barley endosperm: stress response of endomembranes and ESCRT 276
FWF 11/2016 – 11/2019 ESCRT-III Transcriptome and Proteom of barley endosperm 331
FWF 2013-present ESCRTing during barley endosperm development 244

 

International collaborations

Prof. Dr. Lorenzo Frigerio University of Warwick United Kingdom ESCRTing during barley endosperm development; immunoprecipitation analyses
Prof. Dr. Chris Hawes Oxford Brookes University United Kingdom