Dr. Nils Helge Schebb
Institute for Food Toxicology and Chemical Analysis
University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover
Bischofsholer Damm 15
30173 Hannover

Tel.: +49 511 856 7780

Fax: +49 511 856 7409

  • E-Mail: schebb (at) wwu.de

Welcome to the homepage of the junior research group of Dr. Nils Helge Schebb.

Our research focuses on the investigation of biological activities employing instrumental analytical methods. By providing quantitative data about the activity and concentration of compounds on the molecular stage we seek to improve the systematic/molecular understanding of their protective as well as toxicological effects.

Dr. Nils Helge Schebb

University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover

The group is part of the Institute of Food Toxicology and Chemical Analysis
(Head Prof. Pablo Steinberg) University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover.


  • 07/2014 Due to intense remodeling of our institute building it is currently difficult to reach us at the phone. Please write an e-mail instead and we call back.

    Job postings


    We have several open positions for master/diploma students. If you are studying food-chemistry, biochemistry or related fields of modern life sciences and are interested in a challenging project for your master/ diploma thesis please contact Dr. Schebb.
    Available projects are in the area of nutrio/pharamacokinetic studies, metabolism research, biochemistry (enzyme kinetics) analytical chemistry and metabolomics. A detailed description (in German) of a few projects can be found here.

    PhD Thesis

    We are continuously seeking for highly motivated PhD students in the field of life sciences. If you have acquired excellent knowledge and skills in pharmacology, toxicology, cell biology, biochemistry and/or bio-analytical chemistry and are interested in performing a challenging research project in the area of food toxicology, please contact Dr. Schebb. For an overview about ongoing research projects refer to the research section. Currently, we have an open postion for a PhD student starting from winter 2014/2015. More information can be found here.