Kevin Daniel, MSc
Hilde Mangold Haus
University of Freiburg
79104 Freiburg im Breisgau
+49 761 203 97153
A Bit About Me
Initially, the idea of regrowing arms using genetics sparked my interest in biology early on. During my university years (still only having 2 arms), I found another topic that fascinated me even more: Plants. Immobile organisms that are forced to face every environmental hardship they encounter. Just like a meticulously fine-tuned machine, they do so by sensing and integrating multiple stimuli and adapting accordingly. During my PhD I hope to contribute to the understanding of this intricate system
During my free time I enjoy photography, mostly of animals and landscapes. If I don´t feel like going out I like to spend my time playing board or computer games.
Education & Work Experience
May 2020 - Oct 2022
Oct 2013 - March 2020
PhD student in Plant Environmental Signalling and Development at CIBSS / University of Freiburg, Germany.
R&D Specialist at GNA Biosolutions, Martinsried, Germany
Assay Development/ Reagent Manufacturing
At this start-up I contributed to the development of a point of care system for molecular diagnostics of different diseases.
BSc & MSc student Biology at Technische Universität München, DE
Focus on plant science, genetics and zoology.
During my master thesis, I examined the influence of multiple genes on the abscisic acid (ABA) response using protoplasts. Additionally, I spent a semester at Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK) in AG Phytoantibodies and one semester abroad in Singapore abroad at National University of Singapore.