Franziska Kratzl
Postdoctoral Associate
Boston University
Computing & Data Sciences
Bioinformatics Program

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Franzi joined the Segrè lab in February 2024 as a Postdoctoral Associate to delve deeper into the ecological aspects of communities and their modeling. She studied molecular biotechnology and industrial biotechnology at the Technical University of Munich. After this, she completed her PhD at the professorship of Systems Biotechnology, focusing on a synthetic co-culture of a cyanobacterium and a common soil bacterium. Outside of research, she loves spending time outdoors, music, and theater.

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  1. Kratzl F, Urban M, Pandhal J, Shi M, Meng C, Kleigrewe K, Kremling A, Pflüger-Grau K. Pseudomonas putida as saviour for troubled Synechococcus elongatus in a synthetic co-culture - interaction studies based on a multi-OMICs approach. Commun Biol. 2024 Apr 12; 7(1):452. PMID: 38609451; PMCID: PMC11014904; DOI: 10.1038/s42003-024-06098-5;
  2. Kratzl F, Kremling A, Pflüger-Grau K. Streamlining of a synthetic co-culture towards an individually controllable one-pot process for polyhydroxyalkanoate production from light and CO2. Eng Life Sci. 2023 Jan; 23(1):e2100156. PMID: 36619884; PMCID: PMC9815089; DOI: 10.1002/elsc.202100156;
  3. Mähler C, Burger C, Kratzl F, Weuster-Botz D, Castiglione K. Asymmetric Whole-Cell Bio-Reductions of (R)-Carvone Using Optimized Ene Reductases. Molecules. 2019 Jul 12; 24(14). PMID: 31336938; PMCID: PMC6681004; DOI: 10.3390/molecules24142550;

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