Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for best presentations

Since 2010, the section awards excellent oral papers held by young scientists at the Conference "Molecular biology of plants" with the Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for best presentations. Since then the following young researchers have received the award:

2020: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Reinhold von Sengbusch Award for best talks. Photo: Pavlína Miklankova (please click to enlarge)

Elena Lesch (Bonn): Function and evolution of mitochondrial C‐to‐U RNA editing factor PPR78 elucidated with recombinant approaches in Physcomitrella patens and Escherichia coli

Rabea Meyberg (Marburg): Characterization of evolutionarily conserved key players affecting eukaryotic flagellar motility and fertility using a moss model

Christina Martins Rodriguez (Kaiserslautern): Chilling lessons: Teaching the sugar beet how to cope with cold

2019: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Reinhold von Sengbusch Award for best talks (please click to enlarge)

Katharina J. Winkel: Identification of a highly substrate-specific phosphatase representing an entry point into purine nucleotide catabolism
Universität Hannover

Jana Christin Askani: Getting a grip on provacuoles
Universität Heidelberg

José Manuel Ugalde: Real-time monitoring of plastid-induced oxidation of the cytosolic glutathione pool
Universität Bonn

2018: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Anchilie Mangilet: Function of U1 snRNP in post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression.
Universität Oldenburg

Franziska Kuhnert: Rapid isolation of plant mitochondria from Arabidopsis thaliana for metabolite analyses and proteomics.
Universität Düsseldorf

Jan Knop: Function and structure of a guarded immune signalling ubiquitin ligase.
Universität Hamburg

2017: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Jana Christin Askani: The role of membrane tethering complexes in vacuole development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Universität Heidelberg

Shanshan Wang:The redox regulation of glutathione and cysteine biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Universität Heidelberg

Daniela Pezzetta: The cytokinin status influences phytochrome-dependent seed germination in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Freie Universität Berlin

2016: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Giulia Furlan: Down-Regulation of Immune Signalling by a MAP-Kinase-triggered Phosphoswitch Activating the E3 ligase PUB22
Halle

Michael Meyer: Propeptide-mediated control of protease activity and zymogen maturation in tomato subtilase SBT3
Hohenheim

Amaya Vilches Barro: Cortical microtubule dynamics during lateral root primordia development
Heidelberg

2015: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Yihan Dong: Hydrogen sulfide interacting with TOR pathways regulates protein translation
Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Vivek Halder: Drugged plants talk - A chemical genetic dissection of defense hormone signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana
MPI für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung Köln

Viviana Correa Galvis: Protein interactions of the PsbS protein during non-photochemical quenching
Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

2014: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Franziska Hempel: A mitogene activated protein kinase that phosphorylates PI4P 5-kinases involved in pollen tube growth
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle

Suayib Üstün: The Xanthomonas camprestris type III effector XopJ proteolytically degrades proteasome RPT6 to prevent salicylic acid-mediated signalling
Leibniz Institut für Gemüse- und Zierpflanzenbau Großbeeren

Manuel Daumann: Characterization of mutants affecting apoplastic nucleoside metabolism and the corresponding plant response
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

2013: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Roman Lassig: Pollen tube NAD(P)H oxidases modify specific cell wall components to maintain cellular integrity during polarized cell growth
Freie Universität Berlin

Thomas Nakel: Hormonal control of plant reproduction
Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen

Monika Huber: N-Terminal Protein Acetylation Regulates Defined Stress Responses in Arabidopsis
Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

2012: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Anne Kriegel: Does the V-PPase contribute to vacuolar acidification?
Universität Heidelberg

Martin Muthreich: The role of redox-regulated TGA transcription factors in R-gene-mediated resistance
Universität Göttingen

2011: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Dirk Jessen: LACS4, a key player in fatty acid metabolism,is affecting fertility, morphology and development
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

Ulrich Wenig: RUG8, a novel player in auxin-dependent stem cell specification and meristem patterning in Arabidopsis roots
FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Blen Beyene: A novel WD-40 gene from Arabidopsis thaliana involved in zinc and cold tolerance
Universität Bayreuth

2010: Reinhold von Sengbusch Prize for presentations

Esther Görlich: AtWNK8 - a new player in the abscisic acid signaling network?
HIP Entwicklungsbiologie Heidelberg

Martin Engqvist: Decreasing photorespiration: Glycolate oxidase or glycolate dehydrogenase - it makes a difference
Universität zu Köln