Dr. Luise Henneberger
Luise has started as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Cell Toxicology in December 2015. After finishing her diploma in food chemistry at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Luise was working as a research assistant and later as a PhD student at the UFZ in the Department of Analytical Environmental Chemistry. Her dissertation focussed on the equilibrium sorption of ionogenic organic chemicals (IOCs) to selected proteins, like serum albumin and structural protein.
Until end of 2018 she was working in an industry-funded research project on the improved quantitative exposure assessment in cell-based bioassays and the development and implementation of methods for quantitative in vitro to in vivo extrapolation (QIVIVE).
Currently, she is working in the Cefic LRI project ECO 36 on the development of experimental methods for the determination of freely dissolved effect concentrations in in vitro cell-based bioassays.