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Dr. Andreas Schreiber

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VitaDr. Andreas Schreiber 2021-06

Dr. Andreas Schreiber studied Chemistry, Biology and Sports Science at the University of Leipzig and received his 1st State Examination in 2007. The main focus of his studies abroad and postgraduate studies were Environmental Toxicology and Physiology. He obtained his PhD in the field of Synthetic Biology at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies (FRIAS). There he developed defined biohybrid - nanostructures with enhanced optical and magnetic properties using confined protein adapter molecules. During his PostDoc at the Center for Biosystems Analysis (ZBSA), he assembled and modified protein-based supramolecular nanostructures for targeted drug delivery and synthesis of artificial cells.
In May 2020, Andreas Schreiber joined Hahn-Schickard in the Electrochemical Biosensors group. His current research interests include assay development for fully integrated "Sample to Answer Systems" based on isothermal amplification methods and electrochemical detection.
 


Publications

List of publications

 

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  1. Schreiber, A., Stühn, L. G., Geissinger, S. E., Huber, M. C., & Schiller, S. M. (2020). Directed assembly of elastin-like proteins into defined supramolecular structures and cargo encapsulation in vitro. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2020(158), e60935. https://doi.org/10.3791/60935, corresponding author
  2. Geissinger S.E.,* Schreiber A.*, Huber, M. C., & Schiller, S. M (2019). Adjustable Bioorthogonal Modification Platform for Protein Studies in Live Cells based on Artificial Compartments., ACS Synthetic Biology 9(4), 827–842, https://doi.org/10.1021/acssynbio.9b00494, *equally contributed, corresponding author
  3. Schreiber, A*., Huber, M. C., & Schiller, S. M. (2019). A prebiotic protocell model based on dynamic protein membranes accommodating anabolic reactions. Langmuir http://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.langmuir.9b00445, corresponding author
  4. Huber, M. C., Schreiber, A., & Schiller, S. M. (2019). Minimalistic Protocell Design: A molecular system solely based on proteins constituting a dynamic vesicular membrane embedding enzymatic functions. ChemBioChem, cbic.201900283. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbic.201900283
  5. Schreiber, A.*, Stühn, L. G., Huber, M. C., Geissinger, S. E., Rao, A., & Schiller, S. M. (2019). Self‐Assembly Toolbox of Tailored Supramolecular Architectures Based on an Amphiphilic Protein Library. Small, 1900163. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201900163, *corresponding author
  6. Pham, T. A*., Schreiber, A*., Schiller, S. M., & Cölfen, H. (2017). Toroidal Protein Adaptor Assembles Ferrimagnetic Nanoparticle Fibers with Constructive Magnetic Coupling. Advanced Functional Materials, 27(7), 1604532. https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.201604532, *equally contributed
  7. Pham, T. A., Schreiber, A., Sturm (née Rosseeva), E. V, Schiller, S., & Cölfen, H. (2016). Hemolysin coregulated protein 1 as a molecular gluing unit for the assembly of nanoparticle hybrid structures. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 7, 351–363. https://doi.org/10.3762/bjnano.7.32
  8. Schreiber A., Huber M.C., Cölfen H. & Schiller S.M. Molecular protein adaptor with genetically encoded interaction sites guiding the hierarchical assembly of plasmonically active nanoparticle architectures. Nature Communications. 6, (2015).
  9. Huber, MC*, Schreiber, A.*, Von Olshausen, P, Varga, BR, Kretz, O, Joch, B, Barnert, S, Schubert, R, Eimer, S, Kele, P, Schiller, SM, Designer amphiphilic proteins as building blocks for the intracellular formation of organelle-like compartments. Nature Materials 14, 125–132 (2015).*equally contributed
  10. Schreiber A., Schiller S.M. Nanobiotechnology of protein-based compartments: steps toward nanofactories. Bioinspired, Biomimetic and Nanobiomaterials. 2013;2(4):154–72.
  11. Schreiber A., Yuan Y., Huber M.C., Thomann R., Ziegler A., Cölfen H., Schiller, S.M. From Bioconjugation to Self-Assembly in Nanobiotechnology: Quantum Dots Trapped and Stabilized by Toroid Protein Yoctowells. Advanced Engineering Materials. 2012;14(6):B344–B350.
  12. Schreiber A., Zaitseva E., Thomann Y., Thomann R., Dengjel J., Hanselmann R., Schiller, S.M. Protein yoctowell nanoarchitectures: assembly of donut shaped protein containers and nanofibres. Soft Matter 2011;7(6):2875–8.
  13. Huber M.C., Schreiber A., Wild W, Benz K. & Schiller, S.M. Introducing a combinatorial DNA-toolbox platform constituting defined protein-based biohybrid-materials. Biomaterials doi:10.1016/j.biomaterials.2014.06.048

 

Presentation, Poster, Conference

  • Schreiber, A. Massenspektrometrie Anwendertreffen Bruker, Leipzig, 18.-19.2.2019
  • Schreiber, A.*, Stühn, L. G., Huber, M. C., Geissinger, S. E., Schiller, S. M., “Precision Biomacromolecule Synthesis and Application“, Biennial Meeting of the GDCh-Division of Macromolecular Chemistry, 26.09 2018
  • Schreiber, A.*, Stühn, L. G., Huber, M. C., Geissinger, S. E., Schiller, S. M., “Design Characterization and Modular Functionalization of Vesicles Assembled from Elastin-Like Proteins for Biomedical Applications”, Kompetenznetz Funktionelle Nanostrukturen – KFN Statusworkshop, Bad Herrenalb, 20.-21.9.2018
  • Schreiber, A., Massenspektrometrie Anwendertreffen Bruker, Kassel, 14.3.-15..2016
  • Schreiber, A., Analytica, München 12.-13.5.2016
  • Schreiber, A., Pham, T. A., Schiller, S. M., & Cölfen, H, “Molecular Protein-Adaptor with Genetically Encoded Interaction-Sites Guiding the Assembly of Nanoparticle Architectures with Enhanced Photonic, Plasmonic or Magnetic Properties”, Forschungstag Stuttgart, 22.7.2015
  • Schreiber, A., Schiller, S. M., “Functional Biomaterials for in vitro and in vivo Applications”, Kompetenznetz Funktionelle Nanostrukturen – KFN Statusworkshop, Bad Herrenalb, 1.-2.10..2015
  • Schreiber, A.*, Huber, M.C., Schiller, S. M., “Self-Assembled Protein-Based Nanoarchitectures: Functional Biomaterials for in vitro and in vivo Applications”, Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomaterialien, Freiburg, 12.-14.11.2015, * Posterpreis
  • Schreiber, A., Huber, M.C., Schiller, S. M., “Functional Cellular Modules for New Biomaterial Systems”, Advanced Proteomics, Mass-Spectrometry and Bioinformatics, EMBL Hinxton Cambridge 6.-12.12.2015
  • Schreiber, A., Nehrukumar M., Schiller, S. M., International Symposium, “Nanoscale Membrane Organization”, Schluchsee, 24. – 25.10.2013
  • Schreiber, A., Schiller, S. M., “From site specific bioconjugation to self-assembly of protein nanostructures”, EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany, 26.-29. 9.2012
  • Cölfen, H. Pham, T.A., Schiller, S.M. , Schreiber, A., Ziegler, A.; „Kodierte Selbstorganisation von Nanopartikeln und Mechanismen der nichtklassischen Kristallisation“, Kompetenznetz Funktionelle Nanostrukturen – KFN Statusworkshop, Bad Herrenalb, 20.-21.9.2012
  • Schreiber, A., "Nächste Generation biotechnologischer Verfahren" Experten-Fachgespräch, Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) Wartburg, Eisenach, Deutschland 17. -18.1.2012
  • Schreiber, A., Schiller, S. M., „Confined bioconjugated hybrid structures based on protein yoctowells and light harvesting entities“ Kompetenznetz Funktionelle Nanostrukturen – KFN Statusworkshop, Bad Herrenalb, 15.-16.9.2011
  • Schreiber, A., Werwie, M., Yuan, Y., Krüger, M., Paulsen, H., Schiller, S.M. “Confined bioconjugated hybrid structures based on protein yoktowells and light harvesting entities” Light Harvesting Processes – LHP – Interdisziplinary Conference on Novel Concepts of Light-Harvesting Phenomena and Related Topics, Bayreuth, Kloster Banz, 10.-14. April 2011
  • Schreiber, A., Werwie, M., Yuan, Y., Krüger, M., Paulsen, H., Schiller, S.M., „Confined bioconjugated hybrid structures based on protein yoctowells and light harvesting entities“; Summer School Nano-Biology, in Bad Herrenalb, Germany, 7.-10.9.2011
  • Schreiber, A., Schiller, S., “Bioinspired Surface Patterning“ Bioss Symposium Signalling Meets Synthetic Biology, 23.-25.9. 2010
  • Schreiber, A*., Schiller, S. M., “Surface confined bioconjugated hybrid structures based on protein yoktowells” BioNano Workshop Hirschegg, AIT Austrian Institute for Technology, Feb. 7. -13. 2010, *Posterpreis
  • Müller, A., Schreiber, A., Gräbsch, C. Herbarth, O., „Combined effects of mycotoxines on single cell organisms“ Leipzig, Centre of Environmental Research, Poster for SETAC-Conference in The Hague, 2006



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e-mail: Andreas.Schreiber@Hahn-Schickard.de
Phone: +49 761 203-95418
Fax: +49 761 203-73299
Office: Bldg. 103, 1st floor (Hahn-Schickard building)



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