Susanne Marr

Doctoral Researcher

Interest and current research

 

I focus on combining different experimental and analytical sampling methods to investigate metabolomic changes within and among plant species grown in the Jena Experiment. Using Liquid Chromatography coupled with Mass Spectrometry and bioinformatics “big data” processing methods, I am analysing the metabolite ‘fingerprint’ of herb and grass species grown in different plant communities and biodiversity levels. Determining those biochemical patterns and trait relationships between plant species, species communities and the environment, I intend to build a bridge between the research areas ecology, biochemistry and bioinformatics.

Short CV

 

since 2017 PhD student at iDiv;

Supervisor: Steffen Neumann, Bioinformatics & Mass Spectrometry (IPB Halle) and Helge Bruehlheide, Geobotany and Botanical Garden (MLU)

 

2016 University Hamburg

Master of Science, Biology

 

2012 University Hamburg

Bachelor of Science, Biology

iDiv publications

 

Ferlian, O., Thakur, M. P., Castañeda González, A., San Emeterio, L. M., Marr, S., da Silva Rocha, B., Eisenhauer, N.

(2019): Soil chemistry turned upside down: a meta-analysis of invasive earthworm effects on soil chemical properties. Ecology (in press) *
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Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry
Weinberg 3
06120 Halle (Saale)
Germany

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+49 345 55821472
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Affiliation

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB)

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