After finishing her undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Cologne, Germany, Saskia completed her PhD thesis at the Institute of Forensic Medicine (University of Bonn, Germany). She worked on time-since-death estimations based on insects developing on human remains and built a new computer model for calculating larval age.
In 2013 she joined the laboratory of Prof Mark Febbraio at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne. Working as a volunteer at first, she later worked part-time as Lab Manager and Research Assistant.
At the same time Saskia also joined the Systems Biology Institute Australia at Monash University as post-doctoral affiliate to improve her skills in data analysis and bioinformatics.
In 2015 she followed Prof Febbraio to the Garvan Institute to pursue a role as a Bioinformatician in his new Lab.
Awards and Honours
2006 - Diploma in Biology (Dipl Biol, BSc and MSc in Developmental Biology, Zoology and Biological Psychology), University of Cologne - Germany
Reibe-Pal, S, Madea B, (2015) Technical Note: Calculating time since death in a mock crime case comparing a new computational method (ExLAC) with the ADH method. Forensic Sci Int 248:78-81
v. Hoermann C, Ruther J, Reibe S, Madea B, Ayasse M (2011) The importance of carcass volatiles as attractants for the hide beetle Dermestes maculatus (De Geer). Forensic Sci Int 212 (1-3):173-179
Reibe S, Doetinchem PV and Madea B (2010) A new simulation-based model for calculating post-mortem intervals using developmental data for Lucilia sericata (Dipt.: Calliphoridae). Parasitol Res 107(1):9-16
Reibe S and Madea B (2010) How promptly do blowies colonise fresh carcasses? A study comparing indoor with outdoor locations. Forensic Sci Int 195(1-3):52-57
Reibe S and Madea B (2010) Use of Megaselia scalaris (Diptera: Phoridae) for post-mortem interval estimation indoors. Parasitol Res 106(3):637-640
Reibe S, Schmitz J and Madea B (2009) Molecular identification of forensically important blowfly species (Diptera: Calliphoridae) from Germany. Parasitol Res 106(1):257-261
Songhet P, Adzic D, Reibe S, Rohr KB (2007) fgf1 is required for normal differentiation of erythrocytes in zebrafish primitive hematopoiesis. Dev Dyn 236(3):633-43
Alt B, Reibe S, Feitosa NM, Elsalini OA, Wendl T, Rohr KB. (2006) Analysis of origin and growth of the thyroid gland in zebrafish. Dev Dyn 235(7):1872-83
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