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Ali, Basma bint, Princess

// of Jordan supports the HOBOS bee project in Würzburg, Germany, in her capacity as patroness, and champions the project in public, especially at international level

Alpmann, Christina

// studied physics at the University of Münster and is currently working as a research assistant in the Institute of Applied Physics // Her research focuses on the holographic modulation and analysis of complex light fields in terms of amplitude, phase and polarisation for use in optical micromanipulation applications, which is the subject of her doctoral studies in Cornelia Denz's "Nonlinear Photonics" lab

Andrieu-Brunsen, Annette, Ass. Prof. Dr.

// studied chemistry in Marburg and completed her ­doctoral studies from 2007 to 2010 at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz // During her doctoral research, she worked on designing swellable polymer networks for biosensors // This was followed by a period of ­research in Buenos Aires (Argentina), where she first worked on the functionalization of ­porous materials // This resulted in her ­burgeoning interest in polymerization reactions at the nanoscopic scale and the control of pore accessibility // In 2011, Dr. Andrieu-Brunsen ­accepted the post of Associate Professor of Chemistry at TU Darmstadt, where she now heads the "Smart Membranes" research group // In December last year, Dr. Andrieu-Brunsen also received the Adolf Messer Prize – TU Darmstadt's most highly-endowed prize for science – for her research project investigating the nanoscale control of chemical reactions on ceramic membranes

Bajorath, Jürgen, Prof. Dr

// studied biochemistry and obtained diploma and Ph.D. degrees from the Free University Berlin (West) // He is Professor and Chair of Life Science Informatics at the Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology (B-IT) and the LIMES Institute of the University of Bonn // He is also an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Biological Structure at the University of Washington in Seattle // His research focuses on chemoinformatics and the development of computational methods for medicinal chemistry and chemical biology

Barroso, Álvaro

// studied physics at the University of Seville before then completing an M.Sc. at the University of Münster (WWU) // He has been working on his doctorate in optical manipulation/biophotonics since 2012 in the WWU’s Institute of Applied Physics

Becker, Stephan, Prof. Dr

// is Professor of Virology and Head of the Institute of Virology at the University of Marburg // His key areas of research are the molecular biology of arenaviruses and filoviruses, and the development of new vaccine strategies versus highly virulent pathogens

Becker, Tim, Dr

// studied Computational Life Science at the University of Lübeck from 2003 to 2008 // completed his doctorate from 2009 to 2013 in the Working Group for Cell Technology at EMB as part of the “Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences” graduate school run by the German Research Foundation // As project lead, he has been coordinating a number of projects at EMB since 2014 involving the ongoing development of technologies and software for image-based cytometry

Broll, Hermann

// is a biologist and has worked as a research assistant at the BfR since 1997 // His past work has focused above all on questions of traceability when applied to methods within mole­cular biology // He has developed and validated both national and international standards for the detection of GMOs // He has also played a leading role in several European projects

Brüning, Philipp, Dr

// studied food chemistry at the University of Hamburg // After receiving his doctorate from the Institute of Food Chemistry at the University of Hamburg he then completed his Second State Examination at the Institute of Hygiene and the Environment // He joined Eurofins WEJ Conta­minants GmbH in 2011 and has been head of the ­Nanotechnology Dept. since 2013 // He also chairs the “Nanomaterials” working group in the German Food Chemistry Society (LChG)

Brunner, Kurt, Dr

// born in 1973 graduated in Technical Chemistry from TU Vienna before obtaining his doctorate from the University’s Institute of Chemical Engineering in 2003 // While preparing his thesis, he worked on the molecular biology of fungi // Following research work conducted at the University of Naples, he then participated in several projects investigating plant-pathogen interactions as a postdoc at the Vienna University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences and TU Vienna // He has headed the “Molecular Diagnostics” working group at the Department for Agrobiotechnology (IFA-Tulln) since 2008 // His activities generally focus on the development of DNA-based test assays for use in food and water analytics

Buhrke, Thorsten, Dr

// a research chemist, worked from 1996 to 2007 at the Humboldt University of Berlin (doctorate 2002) // He has worked as a research assistant in the Food Safety ­Department at the Federal Institute for Risk ­Assessment (BfR) since 2008 // Key areas of research: molecular mechanisms in the toxicity of food ingredients and contaminants, plus the development of methods for effect-directed analysis

Carell, Thomas, Prof. Dr

// graduated in chemistry, completing his doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research under the tutelage of Prof. Dr Dr H. A. Staab // Following a research position in the USA, he accepted a position at ETH Zurich, setting up his own research group in the Laboratory for Organic Chemistry // After completing his habilitation in 1999, he moved to Philipps University Marburg, followed by LMU Munich in 2004 // Prof. Carell is the director of Collaborative Research Centre 749 (Dynamic and Intermediate Molecular Transformations) and the CiPSM (Centre for Integrative Protein Science) excellence cluster // He is the holder of the Otto Bayer Prize, the German Research Foundation's Leibniz Prize and the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany

Carle, Stefan

// studied pharmaceutical biotechnology at Biberach University of Applied Sciences // For his master’s dissertation, he is using a model of the nasal epithelium to study the transport of biopharmaceuticals

Chauhan, Neha, Dr

// studied biology at the University of Bangalore, India // On graduating, she worked as a research assistant in Professor Rajasekharan’s lab at the Department of Biochemistry in the Indian Institute of Sciences in Bangalore, India // In 2004, she obtained her doctorate within the “Molecular Enzymology” PhD programme in the Kohlwein lab at the University of Graz // From 2012?–?2013, she spent several months abroad as a guest researcher at the Department of Biochemistry at the ­Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, USA (Teresa Dunn lab) // Neha Chauhan is currently conducting post-doctoral research in the Kohlwein lab on the physiological role of lipid metabolism during cell division

Clemens, Stephan, Prof. Dr

// Jg. 1963, studied biology in Münster and Brighton, then acquired his doctorate in Münster // Since his postdoc-stay at the University of California San Diego, his scientific interest has been mainly targeted at metal homoeostasis in plants // He uses the models Arabidopsis thaliana, barley and A. halleri, a metal-hyper-accumulating plant, to examine the molecular mechanisms of metal transport and accumulation // As a group manager at the Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, he qualified as a professor at the University of Halle-Wittenberg in 2003 // Since 2006, he has held the chair for plant physiology of the University of Bayreuth; since 2012, he has been managing the research office for food quality in Kulmbach as well
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