Areas of Expertise:
Enzymology, Extremozymes, White and Red Biotechnology
My personal motivation to become a member of AGYA was my continuous thirst for knowledge and my scientific and inherent curiosity to broaden my view for research fields outside my own specialization. I am highly interested in looking beyond the boundaries by getting in touch with scientists of closely and distantly related topics, which will be inspiring and helpful for my studies.
- Member of the AGYA Working Group Energy, Water & Environment: We plan to come up with a catalogue of Arab and German opinions on controversial technologies. My major interest in this context is a focus on biology related topics such as "Bioenergy" and "GMOs".
|2016 -||Team Coordinator, Miltenyi Biotec GmbH; Bergisch Gladbach, Germany|
|2016||Habilitation in Biotechnology/Molecular Biology, Hamburg University of Technology; Germany|
|2012 - 2016||BBS (Beauftragter für Biologische Sicherheit) and SB (Sicherheitsbeauftragter), Institute of Technical Microbiology, Hamburg University of Technology; Germany|
|2011 - 2016||Assistant to the Chief Editor, Editorial Office of the journal Extremophiles|
|2011 - 2016||Head of the Office of the International Society of Extremophiles (ISE)|
|2011 - 2016||Project Leader, Institute of Technical Microbiology, Hamburg University of Technology; Germany|
|2009 - 2011||Post-doc, Institute of Technical Microbiology, Hamburg University of Technology; Germany|
|2009||Post-doc, Institute of Microbiology and Genetics, Georg-August University Göttingen; Germany|
|2009||PhD, Ruhr-University Bochum; Germany. Lab work was done at the Institute of Microbiology and Genetics, Georg-August University Göttingen; Germany|
|2006||Diploma in Biology, Ruhr-University Bochum; Germany|
- Debez, A.*, Belghith, I.*, Friesen, J.*, Montzka, C.* & Elleuche, S.* (2017). Facing the challenge of sustainable bioenergy production: Could halophytes be part of the solution? J. Biol. Eng. 11:27. *All authors contributed equally to this work.
- Elleuche, S., Krull, A., Lorenz, U. & Antranikian, G. (2017). Parallel N- and C-terminal truncations facilitate purification and analysis of a 155-kDa cold-adapted type-I pullulanase. Protein J. 36, 56-63.
- Elleuche, S., Schröder, C., Stahlberg, N. & Antranikian, G. (2017). "Boiling Water Is Not Too Hot for Us!"—Preferred Living Spaces of Heat-Loving Microbes. Front. Young Minds. 5:1, 5-8. doi: 10.3389/frym.2017.00001.
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