Wohl, Charel

Wohl, Charel

Norwich, UK

Institution: FJSL


I am a first class honors student with a publication history and relevant laboratory experience in assay development and other quantification techniques. I have shown a vivid interest in Research from a young age. The quality of my work has also been recognized with numerous Awards and Distinctions, including participation at EUCYS and LIYSF, as well as a Silver Medal at INESPO. I was also able to publish my research in a peer reviewed magazine for young scientists. My academic research interests include assay development and quantification techniques, Redox-reactions, Protein Chemistry and Metabolism, Spectroscopy and other analytical techniques.

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Internship in Research Lab August 2015 - September 2015

Prof. Julea Butt (Norwich GB)

- Developed an assay protocol to couple two enzyme reactions and measure kinetics to produce a Michaelis-Menten graph for Galactose oxidase using guar as a substrate using UV/vis spectrophotometer - Carried out and improved protocols for dissolution of guar, viscosity measurements, DNS reducing sugar assay and fluorescence spectroscopy - Learned how to communicate scientific results to research group and supervisor - Results forwarded to BBSRC funding body and the industrial partner Schlumberger Gould Research Centre, Cambridge

Internship at the research center “CRP Gabriel Lippmann” (simultaneous with term at secondary school) Since 2012

CRP Gabriel Lippmann ( LU)

- Conducted self-designed research project about the sulfur metabolism of garlic - Used microplate reader, micropipettes, incubators, centrifuges and Cayman Glutathione assay kit, FRAP assay to conduct experiments - Refined scientific writing during an extensive report published in the German magazine for young scientists “Junge Wissenschaft”



2nd Prize INESPO 2012


LIYSF 2011


EUCYS 2011



Chemistry Organic Chemistry Biophysical Chemistry Atmospheric Chemistry Ovocs

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