Roland Schwarzenbacher

Roland NZ

CAREER and EDUCATION

Researcher in Molecular Plant Pathology (2017-ongoing), University of Sheffield (UK)

PhD in Plant Biology. (2013-2017), University of Sheffield (UK)

Diploma (MSc) in Genetics. (2013), University of Vienna (Austria)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

–  Mechanisms controlling BABA-induced defence priming

Application of defence priming in tomato

PUBLICATIONS

Cotton TEA, …, Schwarzenbacher RE et al. “Metabolic regulation of the maize rhizobiome by benzoxazinoids” The ISME Journal (2019); doi: 10.1038/s41396-019-0375-2

Buswell W, Schwarzenbacher RE et al. “Chemical Priming of Immunity without Costs to Plant Growth.” New Phytologist (2018); doi: 10.1111/nph.15062

Williams A, Petriacq P, Schwarzenbacher RE, Beerling D, Ton J. “Mechanisms of glacial-to-future atmospheric CO2 effects on plant immunity.” New Phytologist (2018); doi: 10.1111/nph.15018

Schwarzenbacher RE, Luna E, and Ton J. “The Discovery of the BABA Receptor: Scientific Implications and Application Potential.” Frontiers in Plant Science (2014); doi:10.3389/fpls.2014.00304

Sharif O, …, Schwarzenbacher RE, et al. “The Triggering Receptor Expressed on Myeloid Cells 2 Inhibits Complement Component 1q Effector Mechanisms and Exerts Detrimental Effects during Pneumococcal Pneumonia.” PLoS Pathogens (2014); doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1004167

PREVIOUS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

– TREM2 is a novel regulator of the NLRP3 inflammasome (Diploma thesis)

– The role of sprouty3 in Zebrafish development (Erasmus project at the University of Manchester, UK)

CONTACT

Roland Schwarzenbacher
Animal and Plant Science Department
University of Sheffield
Alfred Denny Buildign
Western Bank
S10 2TN
Sheffield, UK

email: r.schwarzenbacher@sheffield.ac.uk

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