Anika Damm

Anika Damm

PhD student

Research groups: Plant-parasitic interactions

Anika Damm


After my BSc in Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, I finished my MSc in Crop Sciences at the University of Hohenheim. I became interested in plant-parasitic nematodes during my bachelor's thesis, where I investigated the role of glutathione in plant-nematode interactions. Building on these experiences, I did my master's thesis in collaboration with the plant-parasite interactions group (University of Cambridge/CSC) and investigated the interaction of a transcriptional master regulator of nematode parasitism with its cognate DNA motif. I have now joined the plant-parasite interactions group and continue my research on master regulators of nematode parasitism.

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