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Junker-Buchheit, Andrea, Dr

Jurzik, Lars, Dr.

studied biology at Ruhr-University Bochum. After obtaining his doctoral degree from University Hospital Regensburg, he then returned to Ruhr-University Bochum, where he has worked as a research assistant at the Department of Hygiene, Social- and Environmental Medicine since 2005. His activities include work as a project lead/lead researcher in environmental virology and water microbiology.

Kappes, Staphanie

// is scientific technical writer in the Marketing Department of Metrohm // She obtained her Bachelor degree in Nanosciences from the University of Basel (Switzerland) // During her Master’s studies of Molecular and Cellular Life Sciences which she completed at Utrecht University (The Netherlands) and several internships, she focused on the public communication of science

Kaskel, Stefan, Prof. Dr

// studied chemistry at the University of Tübingen, where he also obtained his doctorate in 1997 // This was followed by postdoctoral work in the Ames Laboratory at Iowa State University under John Corbett. He then worked as a principal investigator in the field of developing new porous materials at the Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung under the directorship of Ferdi Schüth // After receiving his professorial teaching qualification at Ruhr-Universität Bochum in 2004, he accepted a C4-grade professorship in inorganic chemistry at TU Dresden in the same year // Since 2008, he has divided his time between this position and management of the Chemical Surface and Reaction Technology business unit at Fraunhofer IWS in Dresden // His primary research interests are in the fields of porous materials (MOFs, carbon materials, mesoporous materials, zeoliths), nanomaterials, battery materials (with a focus on the field of lithium-sulfur batteries) and coating technologies // At Fraunhofer IWS, development work also includes plasma technologies, CVD systems, and roll-to-roll production methods

Kelterbaum, Anne

The team of authors is participating in Ebola field diagnostics in Guinea as part of the European Mobile Lab project. Marburg virologists Dr Svenja Wolff, Dr Thomas Strecker, Anne Kelterbaum and Dr Gordian Schudt (l to r) have each spent several weeks in Guinea as part of the EMLab project, so as to conduct on-site diagnostics of suspected cases of Ebola. Another virologist from Marburg is currently deployed in Guinea. // is currently completing her doctorate in the Institute of Virology at the University of Marburg // Her research focuses on investigating the function of Marburg virus nucleoprotein

Kohlwein, Sepp D., Prof. Dr

// studied technical chemistry at the Graz University of Technology, obtaining his doctoral degree (Dr. techn.) there in 1982 from the Institute of Biochemistry, where he was associate professor until 2001 // Following several periods of research spent at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, he completed his habilitation in ­biochemistry in 1992 // In 2001, Sepp Kohlwein accepted an offer from the Institute of Molecular Biosciences at the University of Graz, where he heads the Yeast Genetics and Molecular ­Biology Group (http://yeast.uni-graz.at) // His ­primary ­research interests focus on the investigation of lipid metabolism in yeast as a model for metabolic disorders and on the implementation of live cell and super-resolution microscopy methods for use in cell structure research (http://bioimaginggraz.at)

Kulozik, Ulrich, Prof. Dr

// studied food technology at TU München, obtaining his doctorate in the field of membrane separation technology // in 1991, he completed his habilitation in the specialist fields of food process engineering and bioprocess engineering // Following a position as ­Department Manager for Research/Technology Transfer at Kraft Foods R&D in München from 1992 to 1999, he was appointed Head of the Department of Food Process Engineering and Dairy Technology at TU München in 2000

Kunz, Horst, Prof. Dr

// was born in 1940 in Frankenhausen (Saxony), and studied chemistry at the Humboldt University of Berlin and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz // He completed his doctorate under Leopold Horner in 1969 while working cyclic organophosphorus compounds // Habilitation followed in 1977, the appointment as professor (C2 scale) in 1979 and, after declining an outside offer, appointment as C4-scale Professor of Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry at Mainz University // His key areas of research are stereoselective reactions and the chemistry of alkaloids, peptides, carbohydrates and glycopeptides // He was awarded the Max Bergmann Medal in 1992, the Emil Fischer Medal in 2000 and the Adolf Windaus Medal from the University of Göttingen in 2001 // In 1988 he was elected a Correspondent Member of the Saxonian Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Leipzig

Lamotte, Stefan, Dr

// is a research scientist in the Separation Science and Hyphenated Techniques laboratory at the Competence Center Analytics at BASF SE in Ludwigshafen, Germany // This laboratory is responsible for a wide variety of analyses to support R&D for new products, chemical synthesis, process improvement, compound impurity analysis and assaying the toxicological potential for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)

Lampen, Alfonso, Prof. Dr Dr

// studied Biology (Göttingen University) and Veterinary Medicine (University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover) and holds a ­doctorate in Biochemistry from the University of Hannover // Habilitation at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover in the Institute of Food Toxicology. Apl. professor at this university // Head of the Food Safety Department at the ­Federal Institute for Risk Assessment since 2005 // Researches actively in the field of food safety and tuition at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover and the Freie Universität Berlin (Master’s in Toxicology)

Layer, Paul G., Prof. Dr

Leeb, Elena

// graduated with an M.Sc. in Nutrition and Biomedicine from the School of Life Sciences, TU München // is currently studying for her doctorate as a research assistant in the Department of Food Process Engineering and Dairy Technology, where her work focuses on the targeted enzymatic hydrolysis of proteins and the subsequent fractionation of the hydrolysates to obtain peptides for technological and biofunctional applications

Leifels, Mats

also graduated in biology from Ruhr-University Bochum and has been active in the fields of molecular virology and environmental medicine since 2012. He currently holds the positions of research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Dept. of Hygiene, Social- and Environmental Medicine.

Letzel, Marion, Dr

RISK-IDENT project group at the last annual meeting in February 2014. Article authors are circled in red; from left to right: Prof. Dr Thomas Letzel, Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Thomas Lucke, Dr Wolfgang Schulz, Dr Marion Letzel, Dr Manfred Sengl // works in the “Evaluation ­of Substances and Chemicals” unit at the Bavarian Environment Agency, and coordinates the RISK-IDENT project jointly with Dr Manfred Sengl

Letzel, Thomas, PD Dr

// born 1970, studied chemistry (1992–1998) at the TU Muenchen and the LMU Muenchen // He acquired his doctorate in 2001 with an environmental-analytical subject at the TU Muenchen, followed by a two years' postdoc stay at the Vrijen Universiteit Amsterdam // He qualified as a professor at the TU Muenchen in 2009 and has since been teaching there as a senior lecturer // He is the manager of the Analytical Research Group at the Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering and is the project officer of TUM in the BMBF project RISK-IDENT in this function // He has previously developed new analytical platforms and strategies for detection, identification and determination of functional properties of organic molecules from complex mixtures in different natural-sciences disciplines // The results are mirrored in his more than 60 scientific publications and two books
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