Nicole Hansmeier

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Nicole Hansmeier

Dr. Nicole Hansmeier
LC 222
306-206-2102
nicole.hansmeier@uregina.ca

 


Dr. Nicole Hansmeier joined Luther College in July 2018. Nicole is originally from Diestedde. She received her Diploma and Ph.D. in Biology from Bielefeld University, Germany. She then joined the Arizona State University, USA before heading to Osnabrueck, Germany.

Her current research focuses on the system biological understanding of host-pathogen interactions and the use of multi-omics approaches to identify disease pathways or markers indicative of human health. Nicole served as a member of the editorial board of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and currently teaches Introductory Biology for non-biologist (Biol 150) and Medical Microbiology (BIOL 303).

 

Courses Taught

BIOL 150 – Biological Principles

BIOL 303 – Medical Microbiology
 

Selected Recent Academic Publications

Schulte M., Sterzenbach T., Miskiewicz K., Klein L., Hensel M.*, Hansmeier N.* (2019) A versatile remote control system for functional expression of bacterial virulence genes based on the tetA promoter. International Journal of Medical Microbiology, 309 (1), 54-65

Hansmeier N., Buttigieg J., Pelle S., Choi K.Y., Kopriva D. and Chao T.C. (2018). Identification of mature atherosclerotic plaque proteome signatures using Data-Independent Acquisition Mass Spectrometry. Journal of Proteome Research 17 (1), 164-76

Hansmeier N., Miskiewicz K., Elpers L., Liss V., Hensel M., Sterzenbach T. (2017). Functional expression of the entire adhesiome of Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium. Scientific Reports 4;7(1):10326.

Vorwerk S., Krieger V., Deiwick J., Hensel M and Hansmeier N.* (2015). Proteomes of host cells membranes modified by intracellular activities of Salmonella enterica. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 14, 81-92.

Hansmeier N.*, Chao T.-C., Herbstman J. B., Goldman L.R., Witter F.R., Halden R.U.* (2015). Elucidating the molecular basis of adverse health effects from exposure to anthropogenic polyfluorinated compounds using toxicoproteomic approaches. Journal of Proteome Research 14, 51-58

Herwig J.-A., Hansmeier N., Otto A., Geffken A., Subbarayal P., Prusty B.K., Becher D., Hensel M., Schaible U.E., Rudel T., Hilbi H. (2015). Purification and proteomics of pathogen-modified vacuoles and membranes. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 5, 48