PD Dr. rer. nat. habil. Sabine Vettorazzi

Academic and Scientific education

11/2022                     habilitation, University Ulm, Germany

01/2020 - current    Junior group leader and academic council (Akademische Rätin) Institute of Comparative Molecular Endocrinology (CME), University Ulm, Germany

07/2017-07/2018     parental leave

05/2016 – current   Deputy group leader in the group of Prof. Dr. Tuckermann Institute of (CME), University Ulm, Germany

04/2013 – 08/2018  Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of (CME), University Ulm, Germany

06/2009 – 08/2013  Dissertation, Dr. rer. nat., Leibniz Institute on Aging, Germany Leibniz Graduate School on Ageing and Age-related diseases, Jena, Germany

10/2003 – 02/2009  Studies in biology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Prizes and Awards

02/2020                  Mileva Einstein-Maric´-Preis (agreement of excellent science and family responsibilities), Ulm University

09/2017                   Finalist of the New Investigator Award Competition and Travel grant at the Congress of the European Shock Society, Paris

11/2016                  Hugo Schottmüller award from the german sepsis society for outstanding publication in basic science research of sepsis for young scientists, Hamburg

 11/2016                  one of the 10 nominated for the academics young scientist award

09/2015                  Travel grant Nuclear receptors, EMBO conference, France

3 selected publications

Wepler, M., Preuss, J.M., Tilp, C., Keck, M., Blender, J., Wachter, U., Merz, T., Vogt, J.,Kress, S.,Groeger, M., Hoffmann, A., Fink, M., Calzia, E., Burret, U., Radermacher, P.,Tuckermann, J.,  Vettorazzi, S. Cigarette smoke exposure reduces hemorrhagic shock induced circulatory dysfunction in mice with attenuated glucocorticoid receptor function. Front. Immunol., 13;980707 (2022)

P. Pfänder, A.-K. Eiers, U. Burret, S. Vettorazzi, Deletion of Cdk5 in Macrophages Ameliorates Anti-Inflammatory Response during Endotoxemia through Induction of C-Maf and Il-10. Int. J. Mol. Sci. Artic. (2021)

S. Vettorazzi, C. Bode, L. Dejager, L. Frappart, E. Shelest, C. Klassen, A. Tasdogan, H.M. Reichardt, C. Libert, M. Schneider, F. Weih, N.H. Uhlenhaut, J.-P. David, M. Graeler, A. Kleiman, J.P. Tuckermann, Glucocorticoids limit acute lung inflammation in concert with inflammatory stimuli by induction of SphK1, Nature Communications 6 (2015).




this photo shows the deputy group leader of the Tuckermann group Dr. Sabine Vettorazzi