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Dr. Sabine Bartosch

Editorial Support

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies
Einstein Center for Regenerative Therapies
Föhrer Straße 15
13353 Berlin

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Südstraße 2

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Vita Dr. Sabine Bartosch

Professional Development

Since Mar. 2023
Editorial Support of the Berlin School for Regenerative Therapies

  • Grants
  • Publications
  • Theses

Since Jan. 2008                       
Coordinator of the Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies, a graduate school of the der DFG Excellence Initiative
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

  • Design and organisation of the education programme
  • Editorial support for grant applications and other academic text
  • personnel recruitment
  • PR & marketing Ÿ budget management
  • Contract management
  • Database management

Nov. 2005 to Dec. 2007            
Coordinator of the International Max Planck Research School for Infectious Diseases and Immunology & scientific employee for editorial support in the department for molecular biology
Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin

  • personnel recruitment
  • PR & marketing
  • database management
  • editorial support

Feb. 2005 to May 2005            
Freelance work as web designer for the internet agency Italy Holidays

Nov. 2000 to Jan. 2005            
Postdoctoral research scientist studying the influence of pre- and probiotics on the beneficial intestinal microflora
University of Dundee, Scotland

Nov. 1999 to Oct. 2000            
Postdoctoral research scientist for an EU project on surface treatment for mortars
University of Portsmouth, South of England

Sep. 1995 to Mar. 1999            
Post-graduate Research Assistant for an interdisciplinary research project on the degradation and preservation of cultural heritage
(in parallel with PhD studies).
Institute for General Botany, University of Hamburg

Higher Education

Sep. 1995 to Jul. 1999             
Doctoral thesis in microbiology
Institute for General Botany, University of Hamburg

Oct. 1993 to Jul. 1994              
Diploma thesis in plant cell biology
Institute for General Botany, University of Hamburg

Oct. 1987 to Sep. 1993            
Studies in biology
Institute for General Botany and Applied Botany, University of Hamburg



Bartosch S, Woodmansey EJ, Paterson JMC, McMurdo MET, Macfarlane GT (2005). Microbiological Effects of Consuming a Synbiotic Containing Bifidobacterium bifidum, B. lactis and Oligofructose in Elderly People, Determined by Real-Time PCR and Viable Counting. Clinical Infectious Diseases 40, 28-37.

Bartosch S, Fite A, Macfarlane GT, McMurdo ME (2004). Characterization of bacterial communities in feces from healthy elderly volunteers and hospitalized elderly patients by using real-time PCR and effects of antibiotic treatment on the fecal microbiota. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70, 3575-3581.

Bartosch S, Mansch R, Knötzsch K, Bock E (2003). CTC-Staining and counting of actively respiring bacteria in natural stone using confocal laser scanning microscopy. Journal of Microbiological Methods 52, 75-84.

Bartosch S, Hartwig C, Spieck E, Bock E (2002). Immunological detection of Nitrospira-like bacteria in various soils. Microbial Ecology 43, 26-33.

Bartosch S, Mansch R, Pinck C, Bock E (2002). Visualisation and quantification of microorganisms on mortar and natural stone by confocal laser scanning microscopy. In: Galan, Zezza (eds.) Protection and conservation of the cultural heritage of the mediterranean cities. A.A. Balkema Publishers Swets & Zeitlinger B. V., The Netherlands, pp 275-279.

Bartosch S, Toporsky J, Steele, A, Habesch S, Beech I (2000). The use of microscopic and surface science analysis for studying biodeterioration of mortars. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 46, 151-152.

Bartosch S, Toporsky J, Steele A, Habesch S, Beech I (2000). The use of microscopic and surface science analysis for studying biodeterioration of mortars. Materials and corrosion 51, 666-685.

Bartosch S,  Wolgast I, Spieck E, Bock E (1999). Identification of nitrite-oxidizing bacteria with monoclonal antibodies recognizing the nitrite oxidoreductase Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65, 4126-4133.

Mansch R, Bartosch S, Bock E (1999). Schädigungsbeiträge auf und in Bauwerksgestein durch biogene Nitrit- und Nitratbelastung sowie nitratkatalysierte Sulfatbildung durch Emission und Immision von Schwefel- und speziell Stickstoffverbindungen. BMBF Final Report F 99 B 1163.

Bartosch S, Quader H, Bock E (1996). Confocal laser scanning microscopy: a new method for detecting microorganisms in natural stone. DECHEMA Monographs 133, 37-43.

Spieck E, Aamand J, Bartosch S, Bock E (1996). Immunocytochemical detection and location of the membrane-bound nitrite oxidoreductase in cells of Nitrobacter and Nitrospira. FEMS Microbiology Letters 139, 71-76.