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Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology

Dr Monika Chodasiewicz (Kosmacz)

Am Mühlenberg 1

14476 Potsdam

Brandenburg

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Dr Monika Chodasiewicz (Kosmacz)

Dr Monika Chodasiewicz (Kosmacz)

Dr Monika Chodasiewicz (Kosmacz)

Position:

Scientific Staff

Main Focus

I am currently working at Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam. The aim of my work is to discover cAMP signalling mechanism in plants but also novel signaling mechanisms in stress signaling. In our group, we are using novel techniques including affinity purification (using cAMP as a bait), size exclusion chromatography (SEC), thermal protein profiling (TPP) and binding assays (Nanotemper Technology) to study small molecule-protein interactions. Recently we identify 2',3'-cAMP as molecule promoting Stress Granules formation via interaction with Rbp47b. New direction of my research is to identify the composition of stress granules in plants in terms of proteins and metabolites.

Curriculum Vitae

  1.  EDUCATION

    1.09.2010 - 28.05.2014          PhD in Molecular Plant Physiology at Max Plank Institute

    ·         Dissertation: Characterization of the oxygen sensing mechanism in plants. under supervision of Prof. Dr. Joost van Dongen

    1.09.2005 - 31.08.2010         Diploma in Biotechnology at University of Szczecin, Poland.

    ·         Master thesis: Studies on the dynamic of the karyokinetic spindle in pollen mother cells of Tritisecale crosses. under supervision of Prof. Stanisława Rogalska

    WORK AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

    1.06.2015 – now                    Postdoc position at Prof. Dr. Lothar Willmitzer group at the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology

    29.05.2014 – 29.05.2015      Postdoc position at Dr. Fritz Kragler group at the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology

    01.09.2010 – 28.05.2014      PhD at the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology

    01. 09. 2009 – 28. 02. 2010  Internship at the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam-Golm, Germany

    01. 08. 2009 – 31. 08. 2009    Internship at University of Szczecin, Department of cell Biology

    01. 07. 2009 – 30. 07. 2010    Internship at Forensic Medicine

     PUBLICATION RECORD:

    1. Schmidt R., Fulda M., Paul M.V., Anders M., Plum F., Weits D.A., Kosmacz M., Larson T.R., Graham I.A., Beemster G.T.S., Licausi F., Geigenberger P., Schippers J.H., van Dongen J.T. (2018) “The plant low-oxygen response is triggered by an ATP-dependent shift in oleoyl-CoA in Arabidopsis thaliana” PNAS – in press
    1. Kosmacz M., Gorka M., Schmidt S., Szlachetko J., Leniak E., Sofroni K., Schnittger A., Skirycz A. (2018) “Protein and metabolite composition of Arabidopsis stress granules” New Phytologist - Re-submitted
    1. Veyel D., Sokolowska E., Moreno JC., Kierszniowska S., Cichon J., Wojciechowska I., Luzarowski M., Kosmacz M., Szlachetko J., Méret M., Graf A., Meyer E., Willmitzer L., Skirycz A. (2018) “PROMIS, global analysis of PROtein-Metabolite Interactions using Size separation in Arabidopsis thaliana” Journal of Biological Chemistry - doi: 10.1074/jbc.RA118.003351
    1. Kosmacz M., Luzarowski M., Kerber O., Leniak E., Gutiérrez-Beltrán E., Moreno JC., Gorka M., Szlachetko J., Veyel D., Graf A., Skirycz A., (2018) “Interaction of 2’,3’-cAMP with Rbp47b plays a role in stress granule formation” Plant Physiology doi: https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.18.00285
    1. Luzarowski M., Kosmacz M., Sokolowska E., Jasinska W., Willmitzer L., Veyel D., Skirycz A. (2017) “Affinity purification with metabolomic and proteomic analysis unravels diverse roles of nucleoside diphosphate kinases’’ Journal of experimental botany doi:10.1093/jxb/erx183
    1. Veyel D., Kierszniowska S., Kosmacz M., Sokolowska E.M., Michaelis A., Luzarowski M., Szlachetko J., Willmitzer L., Skirycz A. (2017) “System-wide detection of protein-small molecule complexes suggests extensive metabolite regulation in plants’’ Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/srep42387
    1. Bui L.T, Giuntoli B., Kosmacz M., Parlanti S., Licausi F. (2015) “Constitutively expressed ERF-VII transcription factors redundantly activate the core anaerobic response in Arabidopsis thaliana’’ Plant Science doi: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2015.03.008
    1. Kosmacz M., Parlanti S., Schwarzlander M., Kragler F., Licausi F., van Dongen J.T. (2014) “The stability and nuclear localization of the transcription factor RAP2.12 are dynamically regulated by oxygen concentration.” Plant Cell and Environment doi: 10.1111/pce.12493
    1. Giuntoli B., Lee C.S., Licausi F., Kosmacz M., Oosumi T., van Dongen J.T., Bailey-Serres J., Perata P. (2014) “A trihelix DNA binding protein counterbalances hypoxia-responsive transcriptional activation in Arabidopsis” Plos Biology doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001950
    1. Weits D., Giuntoli B., Kosmacz M., Parlanti S., Hubberten H-M., Hoefgen R., Perata P., van Dongen J.T. and Licausi F. (2014) “Plant cysteine oxidases control the oxygen-dependent branch of the N-end rule pathway” Nature communications doi:10.1038/ncomms4425
    1. Kosmacz M., and Weits D., (2014) “Oxygen perception in plants” van Dongen J.T., and Licausi F., (eds.) Low oxygen stress in plants. Springer, Heidelberg.
    1. Licausi F., Kosmacz M., Weits D., Giuntoli B., Giorgi F.M., Voesenek L.A.C.J., Perata P., and van Dongen J.T. (2011) “Oxygen sensing in plants is mediated by an N-end rule pathway for protein destabilization” Nature 479, 419-422
    1. Paparelli E., Gonzali S., Parlanti S., Novi G., Giorgi F. M., Licausi F., Kosmacz M., Feil R., Lunn J.E., Brust H., van Dongen J.T., Steup M., and Perata P. (2012) “Missexpression of a Chloroplast Aspartyl Protease Leads to Severe Growth Defects and Alters Carbohydrate Metabolism in Arabidopsis” Plant Physiology  160: 1237-1250

Organizational Unit (Department, Group, Facility):

  • Department 1 (Willmitzer)
  • PostDoc
  • Small Molecules
 
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