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Viviane Klingel

Research Assistant
Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control


+49 711 685 60454

Pfaffenwaldring 9
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 2.241

Office Hours

With appointment in my Webex room.


I work in the field of Systems Biology where I currently focuse on the modeling of an epigenetic memory system.

  1. Klingel, V., Kirch, J., Ullrich, T., Weirich, S., Jeltsch, A., & Radde, N. E. (2021). Model-based robustness and bistability analysis for methylation-based, epigenetic memory systems. The FEBS Journal, 288(19), 5692–5707.
  2. Broecker, J., Klingel, V., Ou, W.-L., Balo, A. R., Kissick, D. J., Ogata, C. M., Kuo, A., & Ernst, O. P. (2016). A Versatile System for High-Throughput In Situ X-ray Screening and Data Collection of Soluble and Membrane-Protein Crystals. Crystal Growth & Design, 16(11), 6318–6326.
  3. Broecker, J., Morizumi, T., Ou, W.-L., Klingel, V., Kuo, A., Kissick, D. J., Ishchenko, A., Lee, M.-Y., Xu, S., Makarov, O., Cherezov, V., Ogata, C. M., & Ernst, O. P. (2018). High-throughput in situ X-ray screening of and data collection from protein crystals at room temperature and under cryogenic conditions. Nature Protocols, 13(2), 260--292.

since 02/2019

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


Master studies in Technical Biology at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

  • Master thesis:
    "Feedback control of PKD activity and Golgi secretory function by the tumor suppressor DLC1"


Student assistant at the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomolecular Systems and Institute for Theoretical Chemistry.


International internship and Bachelor thesis at the University of Toronto, Canada.


Bachelor studies Technical Biology at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

  • Bachelor thesis:
    "Advances in in situ in meso X-ray Crystallography"


Abitur at the Lise-Meitner Gymnasium, Königsbach-Stein, Germany


Exchange Year at Thatcher High School, Thatcher, Arizona, USA

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