M.Sc.

Antje Jensch

Research Assistant
Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control

Contact

+49 711 685-69028
+49 711 685-67735

Pfaffenwaldring 9
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
Room: 3.238

Subject

  1. article

    1. I. Eisenkolb et al., “Modeling of biocatalytic reactions: A workflow for model calibration, selection, and validation using Bayesian statistics,” AIChE Journal, vol. n/a, no. n/a, Art. no. n/a, 2019, doi: 10.1002/aic.16866.
    2. A. Jensch et al., “The tumor suppressor protein DLC1 maintains protein kinase D activity and Golgi secretory function,” J.\ Biol.\ Chem., vol. 293, no. 37, Art. no. 37, 2018, doi: 10.1074/jbc.RA118.003787.
    3. A. Jensch, C. Thomaseth, and N. E. Radde, “Sampling-based Bayesian approaches reveal the importance of quasi-bistable  behavior in cellular decision processes on the example of the MAPK  signaling pathway in PC-12 cell lines,” BMC Sys. Biol., vol. 11, no. 1, Art. no. 1, Jan. 2017, doi: 10.1186/s12918-017-0392-6.
    4. J. Kirch, C. Thomaseth, A. Jensch, and N. Radde, “The effect of model rescaling and normalization on sensitivity analysis  on an example of a MAPK pathway model,” Eur. Phys. J. Nonlin. Biomed. Phys., vol. 4, no. 3, Art. no. 3, 2016.
  2. misc

    1. C. Thomaseth, A. Jensch, and N. Radde, “Positive and negative feedback-endowed pathways show robustness against  biological heterogeneity and stochastic fluctuations.” 2015.
    2. A. Jensch, C. Thomaseth, and N. Radde, “Sampling-Based Analysis of Feedback in a Model of the MAP Kinase  Pathway.” 2015.

since 07/2015

Research assistant at the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, University of Stuttgart , Stuttgart, Germany.

04/2015

Master in Mathematics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

2012-2015

Master studies in Mathematics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

  • Master thesis:
    "Sampling-Based Analysis of Feedback in Signal Transduction Networks Using the Example of a MAP Kinase Pathway's Model"

2008-2012

Bachelor studies in Mathematics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

  • Bachelor thesis:
    "Stochastic Differential Equation Models for Gene Regulation"

2007

Abitur at the Lucas-Cranach-Gymnasium, Lutherstadt Wittenberg

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