Prof. Dr. Susanne Baldermann
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Head of RG QUALITY.1.1
NutriAct: Nutritional Intervention for Healthy Aging: Food Patterns, Behavior and Products
(Competence cluster for Nutritional Research Berlin-Potsdam)...
Identification and regulation of floret carotenoid metabolism in colored cauliflowers (Brassica oleracea L. ssp. botrytis) cultivars grown under different environmental conditions
Brasicales are among the oldest cultivated plants and records dating back to 1500 BC....
Joint Lab PhaSe – Phytochemistry and biofunctionality of plant Secondary metabolites
Subject of our research at the Joint Lab PhaSe is research how secondary plant metabolites – e.g. carotenoids, glucosinolates, and polyphenols...
PermAFog – Development of novel and sustainable permanent antifog additive masterbatches for polyolefin foils in greenhouse applications
Antifogging agents are used for fog`s prevention on plastic films in greenhouses and for fresh food packaging....
The Food4Future (F4F) Project is funded in the Framework of the BMBF (Federal Ministry of Research and education) call “Agricultural Systems of ...
HORTicultural INnovations and LEArning for improved nutrition and livelihood in east africa (HORTINLEA)
The HORTINLEA project started in July 2013 and runs for three years with a total budget of approximately 1.5 million euros per year. Two additional ye...
Spatial mapping of root metabolites
Plant roots secrete a wide range of compounds that govern the interaction with other organisms in the rhizosphere. In this project, the spatial distri...
|Head of Research Group 3.2
Professor for Analytical Food Chemistry of Secondary Plant Metabolites
Faculty of Science
Institute of Nutritional Sciences
|The research field is the elucidation of formation pathways of secondary metabolites in plants with focus on the carotenoid and apocarotenoid metabolism. In frame of national and international research projects we are working on various aspects of the source-sink relationship of carotenoids in plants including the influence of selected growth conditions or the bioavailability of carotenoids and apocarotenoids in human cell lines. Moreover, we are interested in changes along the food chain induced by storage or production conditions. Research is published in 28 scientific articles and 3 review papers. Furthermore, we contributed to 7 monographs.|
|since 2018||Professor, Universität Potsdam; Group leader, IGZ|
|2012 – 2017||Junior-Professor, Universität Potsdam; Group leader, IGZ|
|since 2012||Guest Professorship, Shizuoka University, Japan|
|2009–2011||Scientist, Graduate School of Science and Technology
Shizuoka University, Japan
|2007–2009||JSPS Post-Doc, Shizuoka University, Japan|
|2003–2007||PhD at the Institute of Food Chemistry, Technische Universität Braunschweig with research visists at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA (2006) and Shizuoka University, Japan (2003)|
|2001–2002||Practical Education for Food Chemists in Lower Saxony|
|2000||Research Student at Unilever Research and Development, Colworth Laboratory, United Kingdom|
|1996–2001||Studies of Food Chemistry, Technische Universität Braunschweig|
|Major engagements and other professional roles (selection)|
|Teaching and supervision|
Comparative quantification and differentiation of bracatinga (Mimosa scabrella Bentham) honeydew honey proteins using targeted peptide markers identified by high-resolution mass spectrometry
Silva, B.; Oliveira Costa, A.C.; Tchewonpi, S.S.; Bönick, J.; Huschek, G.; Valdemiro Gonzaga, L.; Fett, R.; Baldermann, S.; Rawel, H.M. (2021). Comparative quantification and differentiation of bracatinga (Mimosa scabrella Bentham) honeydew honey proteins using targeted peptide markers identified by high-resolution mass spectrometry, Food Res. Int., 141, 109991, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodres.2020.109991.→
Integrated proteomic and metabolomic analyses reveal the importance of aroma precursor accumulation and storage in methyl jasmonate-primed tea leaves
Shi, J.; Wang, J.; Lv, H.; Peng, Q.; Schreiner, M.; Baldermann, S.; Lin, Z. (2021). Integrated proteomic and metabolomic analyses reveal the importance of aroma precursor accumulation and storage in methyl jasmonate-primed tea leaves. Horticulture Research (2021) 8:95
Gene Expression and Metabolite Profiling of Thirteen Nigerian Cassava Landraces to Elucidate Starch and Carotenoid Composition
Olayide, P.; Large, A.; Stridh, L.; Rabbi, I.; Baldermann, S.; Stavolone, L.; Alexandersson, E. (2020). Gene Expression and Metabolite Profiling of Thirteen Nigerian Cassava Landraces to Elucidate Starch and Carotenoid Composition. Agronomy, 10, 424.
Identifizierung von N-Acetyl-S-(3-cyano-2-(methylsulfanyl)propylcystein, ein Hauptmetabolit von 1-Cyano-2,3-epithiopropan, dem wichtigsten Glucosinolatabbauprodukt von Weißkohl
F. S. Hanschen, S. Baldermann, A. Bobrowski, M. Wiesner-Reinhold, S. Rohn, M. Schreiner: Identifizierung von N-Acetyl-S-(3-cyano-2-(methylsulfanyl)propylcystein, ein Hauptmetabolit von 1-Cyano-2,3-epithiopropan, dem wichtigsten Glucosinolatabbauprodukt von Weißkohl. 48. Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, 16.-18. September 2019, Dresden (Germany),Tagungsband Kurzreferate (ISBN 978-3-947197-15-6), 84
Mechanisms of Selenium Enrichment and Measurement in Brassicaceous Vegetables, and Their Application to Human Health
Wiesner-Reinhold, M., Schreiner, M., Baldermann, S., Schwarz, D., Hanschen, F. S., Kipp, A. P., Rowan, D. D., Bentley-Hewitt, K. L., & McKenzie, M. J. Mechanisms of Selenium Enrichment and Measurement in Brassicaceous Vegetables, and Their Application to Human Health. In N. Bertin, M. Génard & M. Hertog (Eds.), Quality of horticultural crops: a recurrent/new challenge for plant scientists in a changing world, Lausanne: Frontiers Media, 2018, pp. 183-202→
Nutritional Quality of Plants for Food and Fodder
Wiesner, F. S. Hanschen, R. Maul, S. Neugart, M. Schreiner, S. Baldermann: Nutritional Quality of Plants for Food and Fodder. In Brian Thomas, Brian G. Murray and Denis J. Murphy (Editors in Chief), Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences, Vol 1, Waltham, MA: Academic Press, 2017, pp. 285–291.
UV-B-induced changes in secondary plant metabolites.
Schreiner, M. Wiesner-Reinhold, S. Baldermann, F.S. Hanschen, S. Neugart: UV-B-induced changes in secondary plant metabolites. In B. Jordan (Ed.), UV-B Radiation and Plant Life). Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: CABI. 2017→