IBA GmbH - solutions for life sciences
IBA GmbH is dedicated to providing high quality product and service solutions for life science research in industry and academia. The comprehensive portfolio ranges from nucleic acid custom services to products and services for cloning, transfection, recombinant protein production and cell isolation. The combination of products and services allows IBA’s clients to choose either the proprietary products or, alternatively, the custom services, which are based on the same technologies, to get their research promoted.
IBA’s nucleic acid unit provides individual and flexible custom services of nucleic acid specialties, including dsRNA as well as modified and fluorescently labeled oligos.
The Strep-tag®/Strep-Tactin® system is ideally suited for purification of highly pure and bioactive protein. It is one of the most widely used affinity chromatography systems in protein purification, detection and immobilization, and offers many advantages. For cloning and transfection IBA offers the “StarGate” cloning system and MATra, an efficient magnet assisted transfection technology using MagTag®.
MHC I Streptamers are available for isolation and staining of functional T cells. The complete detachability of the reagents leaves the cells indistinguishable from untreated cells. New Fab Streptamers allow the selection of eukaryotic cells which are characterized by specific surface markers. The complete reversibility of the reagents yields uncompromised, authentic cells for research, diagnostics and clinical use.
Dr. Mike Rothe
Dr. Joachim Bertram
Managing Director, Chief Scientific Officer
Joachim Bertram received his Ph.D. in microbiology in the department of Prof. Gottschalk at the University of Goettingen. Then he moved to the department of hematology and oncology headed by Prof. Hiddemann where he has held a number of positions of increasing seniority in the biomedical profession. He conducted scientific and applied research on the use of antisense oligonucleotides and ribozymes in the field of proliferative diseases. In addition he focussed on mechanisms of drug resistance development and the use of nucleic acid based compounds for growth factor mimicry. In 1998, Joachim Bertram finished his "habilitation" in the medical faculty. He joined IBA GmbH in January 2000 and became CEO of IBA Biologics in 2001.
Dr. Herbert Stadler
Head of the Advisory Board
Over the last two decades, Herbert Stadler has built a track record as one of Germany's most active biotech entrepreneurs. He has founded or co founded several companies including Biometra GmbH, Ribonetics GmbH, HepaVec AG, IBA GmbH and DeveloGen AG. Herbert Stadler is a neurochemist by training. He obtained his Ph.D. at the Freie University of Berlin, obtained his postdoctoral lecture qualification ("Habilitation") at the University of Göttingen and headed the Molecular Neurobiology Group at the Max-Planck Institute of Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen. He currently serves on the supervisory boards of DeveloGen AG and IBA GmbH.
Dipl. Biol. Bettina Renker, MSc, Product Manager "Transfection and Nucleic acids"
Dr. Gisela Mäck, Product Manager "Streptamer Cell Selection"
Dr. Isabel Schuchardt, Product Manager "Cloning/Expression/Purification"
Dr. Uwe D. Carl
General contact information
Phone +49 (0) 551 50672-0
Fax +49 (0) 551 50672-181
10th Microsymposium on Small RNA Biology- sponsored by IBA
The 10th Microsymposium took place at IMBA, the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and IMP, the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology on May 2015, from Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th. The Microsymposium featured a Workshop for PhD students.
Further details here http://www.imba.oeaw.ac.at/microsymposium
Sponsored by IBA!
The "Journées du Campus d'Illkirch" sponsored by IBA
The "Journées du Campus d'Illkirch" take place on 13 and 14 April 2015. This event offers to the participating research units an opportunity to present their current work and researchers of this campus have a chance to learn more about research carried out in nearby laboratories and good reasons to meet together!
Sponsored by IBA.
Gold medal at BIOMOD 2014
At the BIOMOD 2014 competition, Wyss Institute in Harvard, students from the group of Prof. Dr. Tinnefeld, TU Braunschweig, Germany, won a gold medal for the “Nanoscooter”, a nanoscale car consisting of DNA. Also for their suit the won the prize for the best T-shirt. BIOMOD is an annual biomolecular design competition for students. See also http://openwetware.org/wiki/Biomod/2014/Braunschweig.
Sponsored by IBA.
IBA GmbH has established “Young Scientist Sponsorships” for attending retreats, meetings or conferences.
- Dr. Thomas Lavergne, CNRS GRENOBLE, France. 1st "Gänse-Liesel" conference fee for young scientists for speakers of the 16th Symposium on Chemistry of Nucleic Acid Components (16. SCNAC) in the Czech Republic
- Dr. Michael Schmück, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany. Conference fee for the ISCT 2014 Annual Meeting in Paris, France
- Students´ Retreat of the Harvard Virology Program, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA