Andreas Nebenführ, Ph.D.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
|office||Hesler Biology 240|
|mailing||University of Tennessee
Department of Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology (BCMB)
1414 Cumberland Ave
Knoxville, TN 37996-0840
Biology 240 - General Genetics
Life Sciences 510 - Plant Biology Journal Club
some other semester
BCMB 513 - Advanced Cell Biology
BCMB 523 - Advanced Plant Physiology II - Growth and Development
next offered: Fall 2018
BCMB 530 - Experimental Design and Analysis
BCMB 562 - Introduction to Electron Microscopy of Biological Samples
next offered: Spring 2019
Botany 607 - Advanced Topics - Genomic Approaches to Plant Development
BCMB 615 - Interior Design for Cells
My research interests are in understanding intracellular transport processes in plants and how they relate to cell polarity and plant development.
This includes membrane transport in the endomembrane system as well as cytoplasmic streaming and transport of whole organelles.
For details, please visit the lab web page. This is also where all my publications are listed.
|2016||Professor||University of Tennessee||Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology||(intracellular transport in plants)|
|2008-2016||Associate Professor||University of Tennessee||Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology||(intracellular transport in plants)|
|2005-2008||Assistant Professor||University of Tennessee||Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology||(intracellular transport in plants)|
|2001-2004||Assistant Professor||University of Tennessee||Botany||(intracellular transport in plants)|
|1997-2001||Postdoc||University of Colorado||Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology||(plant Golgi apparatus)|
|1997||Ph.D||Oregon State University||Molecular and Cellular Biology||(molecular biology of auxin responses)|
|1990||M.S.||University of Freiburg (Germany)||Genetics and Molecular Biology||(blue light perception in algae and fungi)|
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