Anna-Karina Felder

Growing up in Austria, mountains and outdoor activities run through my veins. I love exploring nature: climbing, running and hiking with friends whenever I am not in the lab. Getting to know other places and cultures is important to me and is why I feel so fortunate to be part of the ENHPATHY network. I cannot wait to connect with other PhD students across Europe and collaborate on exciting research questions!

My research project

Higher-order topological organization of super-enhancer hubs, Epromoters and TADs (WP2)

The project will characterize the functioning and impact of novel key topological factors on long-range regulatory and architectural chromatin interactions and hub formation, using state-of-the-art protein depletion, chromatin topology and microscopy technologies.


My publications