Isabell Marr

Curriculum Vitae

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Personal data  
Name: Isabell  Marr
City of birth: Leipzig, Germany
University education  
since May 2015: PhD-student of Prof. Dr. Konstanze Krueger at Nuertingen-Geislingen University and at University of Hohenheim
“Sensory laterality, stress hormones and immunoglobulin A in horses (Equus caballus): Impact of social disruption, changes in housing conditions and training”
Oct 2012 – Jan 2015: study of M.Sc. Animal Biology and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover
„Expression of tight junctions in the small intestine of young goats offered a reduced N and/or Ca diet“ (grade of master thesis: 1.1)
Oct 2009 – Oct 2012: study of B.Sc. Biology at Leibniz University Hannover
„Greeting behavior of group housed male horses (stallions/geldings)“ (grade pf bachelor thesis: 1.3)
Occupational activity  
since 2011: freelance work in horse training and riding lessons as well as show secretary for different horse shows
2009 – 2011:  different jobs and internships with focus on horse training and care at different stud farms including a stay abroad (USA)
Vocational training  
Aug 2006 – Jul 2008 vocational training as professional horsewoman/equestrian (breeding and equine management) at Circle-L-Ranch Wenden, Justus-von-Liebig-School Hannover

 

 

References

Elfers, K., Marr, I., Wilkens, M. R., Breves, G., Langeheine, M., Brehm, R., et al. (2016). Expression of Tight Junction Proteins and Cadherin 17 in the Small Intestine of Young Goats Offered a Reduced N and/or Ca Diet. PLoS ONE, 11(4), e0154311.


Scientific publications without peer review

Marr, I., Bauer, T., Farmer, K., & Krueger, K. (2016). Gibt die sensorische Lateralität im Objekttest Aufschluss über das Interieur, den aktuellen Gemütszustand, oder den Trainingszustand der Pferde? In 33. FFP-Jahrestagung.

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