(for information on her phd project, please click <here>
|City of birth:||Leipzig, Germany|
|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)
|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)|
|Aug 2006 – Jul 2008||vocational training as professional horsewoman/equestrian (breeding and equine management) at Circle-L-Ranch Wenden, Justus-von-Liebig-School Hannover|
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.