The aim of my PHD Thesis (Collaboration with Dr. David A. Slattery) is to study the effects of chronic psychosocial stress on mood disorders.
2010 – present
PhD student in Dr. Reber's Chronic Stress Group (Prof. Neumann´s Lab) at the University of Regensburg
MSc (Diplom) in biology at the University of Regensburg
Graduate studies in biology at the University of Regensburg with focus on Zoology/Neurophysiology, Cellbiology and Biochemistry
undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Regensburg
born June 25th, 1982 in Landshut, Germany
Differential effectsof baclofen and oxytocin on the increased ethanol consumption following chrinic psychosocial stress in mice. Peters S, Slattery DA, Flor PJ, Neumann ID, Reber SO. Addict Biol. 2013 Jan;18(1):66-77.
Peters S, Grunwald N, Rümmele P, Endlicher E, Lechner A, Neumann ID, Obermeier F, Reber SO. Chronic psychosocial stress increases the risk for inflammation-related colon carcinogenesis in male mice. Stress. 2012 Jul; 15(4):403-15.
Reber SO, Peters S, Slattery DA, Hofmann C, Schölmerich J, Neumann ID, Obermeier F. Mucosal immunosuppression and epithelial barrier defects are key events in murine psychosocial stress-induced colitis. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 25(6): 1153-116