Marleen Silbermann studied Molecular Biotechnology with the focus on drug design at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) and graduated with a Master of Science degree in 2013. She carried out her Master thesis "The regulatory impact of precursor availability on cysteine biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana” in the group of Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Hell. Afterwards, she continued her Master thesis work as research assistant at the Centre for Organismal Studies Heidelberg. In March 2014, Marleen joined the Institute of Molecular Pharmacy and started her Ph.D. studies based on the dissociation constant (koff) with respect to the efficacy of active agents.
|Frei, Priska; Pang, Lijuan; Silbermann, Marleen; Eriş, Deniz: Target-directed Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry: A Study on Potentials and Pitfalls as Exemplified on a Bacterial Target, in: Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany), 2017, S. epub ahead of print.|