Marleen Stuhr

Dr. Marleen Stuhr

Postdoktorandin

Abteilung: Biogeochemie und Geologie
Arbeitsgruppen: AG Geoökologie und Karbonatsedimentologie

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Büro: Wiener Str. 7
28359 Bremen
Raum: 5205 (2. Etage)

Forschungsinteressen

- Reaktion und Anpassung von Rifforganismen an sich ändernde Umweltbedingungen
- Einfluss von Klimaerwärmung und Ozeanversauerung auf tropische kalkbildende Organismen, insbesondere benthischer Foraminiferen und deren Photosymbionten
- Biodiversität und Naturschutz
- Resilienz


Persönliche Daten

Thema der Doktorarbeit

(Reverse) Proteomics as novel tool for biodiversity research


Publikationen

 

Referierte Fachzeitschriften

Stuhr M, Meyer A, Reymond CE, Narayan GR, Rieder V, Rahnenführer J, Kucera M, Westphal H, Muhando CA, Hallock P (2018) Variable thermal stress tolerance of the reef-associated symbiont-bearing foraminifera Amphistegina linked to differences in symbiont type; Coral Reefs 37(3):811-824.

Stuhr M, Blank-Landeshammer B, Reymond CE, Kollipara L, Sickmann A, Kucera M, Westphal H (2018) Disentangling thermal stress responses in a reef-calcifier and its photosymbionts by shotgun proteomics; Scientific Reports 8:3524.

Stuhr M, Reyond CE, Rieder V, Hallock P, Rahnenführer J, Westphal H, Kucera M  (2017) Reef calcifiers are adapted to episodic heat stress but vulnerable to sustained warming; PLoS ONE 12(7):e0179753.

Rieder V, Blank-Landeshammer B, Stuhr M, Schell T, Biß K, Kollipara L, Meyer A, Pfenninger  M, Westphal H, Sickmann A, Rahnenführer J (2017) DISMS2: A flexible algorithm for direct proteome-wide distance calculation of LC-MS/MS runs. BMC Bioinformatics 18:148.

 

Konferenzbeiträge

Stuhr M, Meyer A, Reymond CE, Narayan GR, Rieder V, Rahnenführer J, Kucera M, Westphal H, Hallock P (2018) Are variations in thermal stress tolerance of different Amphistegina species linked to differences in symbiont type?; International Symposium on Foraminifera (FORAMS) Jun. 17-22, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Stuhr M, Blank-Landeshammer B, Kollipara L, Reymond CE, Sickmann A, Kucera M, Westphal H (2018) Proteomics allow novel insights into stress responses of foraminifera and their photosymbionts; International Symposium on Foraminifera (FORAMS) Jun. 17-22, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Stuhr M, Blank-Landeshammer B, Reymond CE, Sickmann A, Ries JB, Westphal H (2017) Proteomic response of photosymbiont-bearing foraminifera to global impacts on ocean conditions; 52nd European Marine Biology Symposium, Sep. 25-29, Piran, Slovenia

Kollipara L, Blank-Landeshammer B, Biß K, Rieder V, Stuhr M, Schell T, Zahedi R, Pfenninger M, Rahnenführer J, Westphal H, Sickmann A (2017) Biodiversity research based on a combinatorial approach comprising proteomics, proteogenomics and MS/MS spectral similarity; Proteomic Forum 2017, Apr. 2-5, Potsdam, Germany

Stuhr M, Reymond C, Kucera M, Blank-Landeshammer B, Kollipara L, Sickmann A, Westphal H (2016) Understanding the molecular basis for stress response in foraminifera and symbionts by proteomics; Batsheva de Rothschild Workshop – Live foraminifera as a new model system for monitoring and reconstructing marine environments, Sep. 10-16, Eilat, Israel

Stuhr M, Reymond C, Kucera M, Blank-Landeshammer B, Kollipara L, Rieder V, Rahnenführer J, Sickmann A, Westphal H (2016) Application of MS-based proteomics to study larger benthic foraminifera and their responses to environmental changes; 13th International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS), Jun. 19-24, Honolulu, Hawai´i, USA

Blank-Landeshammer B, Biß K, Kollipara L, Rieder V, Stuhr M, Schell T, Zahedi R, Pfenninger M, Rahnenführer J, Westphal H, Sickmann A (2016) Novel approaches in de novo peptide sequencing and proteogenomics as tools to explore uncharted organisms; 64th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Jun. 5-9, San Antonio, USA

Stuhr M, Reymond C, Kucera M, Westphal H (2015) Acclimatization potential of Amphistegina spp. and their symbionts to long- and short-term thermal stress; GSA 2015 – Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Nov. 1-4, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Stuhr M, Reymond C, Sickmann A, Kucera M, Meyer A, Westphal H (2014) (Reverse) Proteomics as tool for biodiversity research - Applications on Foraminifera; Computational Molecular Analysis Summer School, Sep. 29 - Oct. 3, Wilhelmshaven, Germany

Stuhr M, Westphal H, Schoenig EM, Wild C (2014) Geobiological assessment of river discharge influences on a coral reef, Gulf of Thailand; GeoFrankfurt 2014 – Earth Systems Dynamics, Sep. 21- 24, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Schwalb A, Plessen B, Stuhr M, Wrozyna C, Börner N, Daut G, Doberschütz S, Frenzel P, Haberzettl T, Kasper T, Mäusbacher R, Zhu L (2012) Carbonate isotope evidence for melt water and dry events during the past 26 kyr on the southern Tibetan Plateau; 12th International Paleolimnology Symposium, Oct. 21-24, Glasgow, UK

Schwalb A, Plessen B, Stuhr M, Wrozyna C, Börner N, Daut G, Doberschütz S, Frenzel P, Haberzettl T, Kasper T, Mäusbacher R, Zhu L (2011) Stable isotope evidence for linkages between monsoon dynamics on the Tibetan Plateau and northern hemisphere climate since the LGM; AGU fall meeting 2011 – American Geophysical Union, Sep. 5-9, San Francisco, California, USA

Stuhr M, Plessen B, Schwalb A (2011) Lake system response to late Quaternary monsoon dynamics on the Tibetan Plateau: A 23-kyr stable isotope record from Nam Co, Southern Tibet; ILIC 2011 – 5th International Limnogeology Congress, Aug. 31 - Sep. 3, Konstanz, Germany

 

Wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten

Stuhr M (2017) Disentangling the effects of thermal stress on symbiont-bearing coral reef foraminifera – from populations to proteins –; PhD Thesis, Bremen University, 200 pp.

Stuhr M (2013) Geobiological assessment of river discharge influences on a coral reef of Koh Pha Ngan, Gulf of Thailand; Master Thesis, University of Tübingen, 102 pp.

Stuhr M (2011) A 23-kyr stable isotope record from Nam Co, Southern Tibet; Bachelor Thesis, Technical University of Braunschweig, 99 pp.