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Postrach, Daniel

Daniel Postrach

Ph.D. Student


Disseminating tumor cells show several phenotypes that can be epithelial, mesenchymal or partially both. My project focuses on EMT in breast cancer metastasis, not only trying to understand which cells seed at the secondary site but also how perturbations and priming of the target organ prior to seeding can influence the potential of disseminating cells to growth out as metastases.

I obtained my Master degree from Heidelberg University in the subject Molecular Biotechnology in 2017. At this time I was involved in the establishment of a novel DNA barcoding system -  called Polylox -  in the Rodewald lab at the DKFZ.