Prof. Dr. Julia Gross

Professor of Biochemistry

HMU - Health and Medical University Potsdam

Villa Carlshagen

Olympischer Weg 1

14471 Potsdam

 

E-mail: julia.gross@health-and-medical-university.de

 

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Scientific CV

Academic education and professional career

Since 10/2020

2019 – 2021
2015 – 2019
 
2010-2015
 
2009

2005

Professor of Biochemistry, HMU Potsdam, Germany

Stand-in professor, Biochemistry, UMG Göttingen, Germany

Junior Group Leader, Haematology and Oncology/UMG and Developmental Biochemistry / Göttingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB), Göttingen, Germany

Postdoctoral scientist, Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum and Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany

Dr. phil. nat. in Biology, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

Diploma in Biology, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

Other achievements & Awards

2017

2017

2017

2010 – 2012

2006 – 2008

2005

2001 – 2005

Member of the steering committee CRC1324 “Mechanisms and functions of Wnt Signaling”

Heidenreich von Siebold Habilitationsprogramm

Mechanismen der Signaltransduktion über Extrazelluläre Vesikel“

Postdoctoral Fellowship CellNetworks – Cluster, Heidelberg

Promotionsstipendium Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst

Promotionsstipendium Center of Membrane Proteomics, Frankfurt a. M.

Begabtenförderung Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst

Publications

  1. Lin, Y.C. , A. Haas, A. Bufe, S. Parbin, M. Hennecke, O. Voloshanenko, J.C. Gross, M. Boutros, S. Acebron, H. Bastian. 2020. Wnt10b-GSK3β-dependent Wnt/STOP signaling prevents aneuploidy in human somatic cells. Life Sci Alliance. 4(1):e202000855. PMID: 33257473
  2. Karuna, M. P., L. Witte, K. Linnemannstoens, D. Choezom, A. Danieli-MacKay, M. Honemann-Capito, J.C. Gross. 2020. Phosphorylation of Ykt6 SNARE domain regulates its membrane recruitment and activity. Biomolecules. 10(11):E1560. PMID: 33207719
  3. Witte, L., K. Linnemannstoens, K. Schmidt, M. Honemann-Capito, F. Grawe, A. Wodarz, J.C. Gross. 2020. Kinesin motor Klp98A mediates apical to basal Wg transport. Development. 147:dev186833. PMID: 32665246
  4. Linnemannstöns, K., L. Witte, M.P. Karuna, J. Kittel, A. Danieli, D. Müller, L. Nitsch, M. Honemann-Capito, F. Grawe, A. Wodarz, J.C. Gross. 2020. Ykt6-dependent endosomal recycling is required for Wnt secretion in the Drosophila wing epithelium. Development. 147:dev185421. PMID: 32611603
  5. Wesslowski, J., P. Kozielewicz, X. Wang, H. Cui, H. Schihada, D. Kranz, M.P. Karuna, P. Levkin, J.C. Gross, M. Boutros, G. Schulte, G. Davidson. 2020. eGFP-tagged Wnt-3a enables functional analysis of Wnt trafficking and signaling and kinetic assessment of Wnt binding to full-length Frizzled. J Biol Chem. 295:8759-8774. PMID: 32381507
  6. Witte, L. and J.C. Gross, ”Extracellular Vesicles - Developmental messengers of tissue crosstalk”, Trillium Extracellular Vesicles 1(1) 2019
  7. Gross, J.C. and L.C. Zelarayan. 2018 The mingle-mangle of Wnt signaling and Extracellular Vesicles: Functional implications for cardiovascular research Review. Front. Cardiovasc. Med. https://doi.org/10.3389/fcvm.2018.00010
  8. Menck, K., C. Sönmezer, T. Worst, M. Schulze, G. Dihazi, F. Streit, G. Erdmann, S. Kling, M. Boutros, C. Binder, J.C. Gross. 2017. Neutral sphingomyelinases control Extracellular Vesicles budding from the plasma membrane. Journal of Extracellular Vesicles. 6(1) PMID: 29184623
  9. Glaeser, K., M. Boutros, J.C. Gross. 2016. Biochemical Methods to Analyze Wnt Protein Secretion. Methods Mol Biol. 1481:17-28. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-6393-5_3. PMID: 27590148.
  10. Gross, J.C., V. Chaudhary, K. Bartscherer, M. Boutros. 2012. Active Wnt proteins are secreted on exosomes. Nat Cell Biol. 14(10):1036-45. doi:10.1038/ncb2574. PMID: 22983114.