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Liebezeit, Gerd, Prof. Dr.

// studied chemistry at the University of Kiel // After receiving his doctorate in marine chemistry there in 1981, he completed his habilitation in geology at the University of Hamburg in 1990 // In 2000, he was appointed Associate Professor for Marine Chemistry at the University of Oldenburg // From 1977–1983, Gerd Liebezeit was a member of the Special Research Project 95 "Ocean-Ocean Floor Interaction" at the University of Kiel // Following a research placement in the Organic Geochemistry Unit at the University of Bristol (UK), he worked in the Geological and Palaeontological Institute at the University Hamburg and in the park management team at the Wadden Sea National Park of Lower Saxony, Wilhelmshaven // After managing the Terramare Research Centre at Wilhelmshaven from 1991–2007, he worked in the Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment at the University of Oldenburg from 2008–2013 // He has been the director of Varel-based MarChemConsult since 2013 // His work focuses on microplastics in the marine environment, mineral nutriment inputs and balances in coastal waters, and environmental pollution in tropical coastal regions

Lucke, Thomas

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 Operations and Research Laboratory at Zweckverband Landeswasserversorgung in Langenau, and is an analytical partner in the BMBF research project RISK-IDENT

Mahringer, Anne, Dr.

studied pharmacy at Heidelberg University, receiving her doctorate in 2009 from the Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology. In the course of several overseas positions in the US (NIEHS, MDIBL) and Sweden (University of Uppsala), she acquired specialised knowledge of both ex vivo and in vivo barrier models and methods for determining pharmacokinetic parameters, with the objective of predicting the blood-brain barrier permeability of drug substances. As a research fellow at the Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology, Anne Mahringer is involved in both teaching and research in the field of ABC transporter regulation mechanisms at the blood-brain barrier and kidneys, and is investigating the endocytotic transport processes of larger peptide molecules in the vascular endothelium in connection with Parkinson's.

Matissek, Reinhard, Prof. Dr.

first completed training as a chemical lab technician before studying food technology and food chemistry in Berlin. After obtaining his doctorate at the former Federal Health Office (Bundesgesundheitsamt (BGA), Berlin) in partnership with TU Berlin (TUB) under Professor Werner Baltes, he then completed his habilitation in the discipline of food chemistry. In 1989, he was appointed Director of the prestigious Cologne-based LCI, the BDSI's service centre for the natural sciences. Since 1990, he has also been Adjunct Professor at the Institute for Food Technology and Food Chemistry in the Faculty of Process Sciences at TU Berlin. He holds the Hans F. Dresel Memorial Award from the PMCA (International Association of Confectioners, Pennsylvania/USA) and the FINCKE Prize for Science and Technology from the BDSI (Bonn), and is a member of numerous organisations and committees.

Meissner, Robert

// studied physics at Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden) // He has been working on his doctorate in biophotonics since 2014 in the Institute of Applied Physics at the University of Münster (WWU)

Mell, Oliver, Dr

// studied chemistry at the Philipps University of Marburg and completed his doctorate in biochemistry there in 1993 // This was followed by a period at Abbott Deutschland GmbH and B. Braun Melsungen AG, where he worked in marketing and sales/distribution // Moving to Merck in 2000, he was appointed Head of Marketing and Product Management Laboratory Chemicals for the Americas region in 2004 // In his current position, he is the Head of Marketing & Product Management at Lab ­Essentials, a business segment within Merck Millipore's Lab Solutions business unit

Mert, Behic, Prof.

// studied food technology at Middle East Technical University (METU) (Ankara, Turkey), graduating with a bachelor's degree // He completed his Master of Science in whey protein films in the Department of Food Engineering at Michigan State University (USA) // He completed his dissertation in 2004 in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University (West Lafayette, USA) // Following this, he was Senior Research Engineer in the Rheology and Physical Properties Lab at the ConAgra Food Company (Omaha, USA) // After a period as visiting researcher at Obihiro University (Hokkaido, Japan), he has been a professor in the Food Engineering Department at METU since 2006 // He was a Visiting Professor at the MPI for Polymer Research in Mainz from 2014 to 2015

Mihovilovic, Marko D., Prof. Dr

// graduated in technical chemistry at the Vienna University of Technology in 1993, also receiving his doctorate from the same university in 1996, in the field of organic synthetic chemistry // Post-doc placements as an Erwin Schrödinger scholarship holder then followed at the University of New Brunswick (Canada) and the University of Florida (USA), in the fields of biocatalysis and molecular biology // Returning to VUT, he set up his own research group in 1999 // He completed his habilitation in 2003 in bio-organic chemistry and was appointed Associate Professor in 2004 // Marko Mihovilovic has been Head of the Institute for Applied Synthetic Chemistry at VUT since 2003 and was recently appointed as Full Professor for Bioorganic Synthetic Chemistry (February 2014)

Miller, David

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Moreno-Villanueva, Maria, Dr

// commenced her studies in biology at the University of Murcia in Spain // After arriving in Germany, she first completed a course of training as a cytology assistant in Tübingen // Following this, she worked in the medical laboratory of Dr Böhm in Friedrichshafen, where she was responsible for cytology diagnosis conducted in the course of cancer screenings // After three years here, she then moved to Konstanz, where she completed her biology degree while working part-time for Dr Stocker // In 2008, she obtained her doctorate magna cum laude from the Molecular Toxicology department // Maria Moreno-Villanueva has been a manager in the EU project MARK-AGE (www.mark-age.eu) since 2008, and a research assistant at the University of Konstanz since 2011, where her work in the Molecular Toxicology Group involves repair mechanisms for damaged genetic material // She has received numerous accolades for her work, including the Ursula M. Händel Animal Welfare Prize (2011, shared with her doctoral supervisor Prof. Alexander Bürkle), the “Mujer del Año” (“Woman of the Year”) prize from the Spanish region of Murcia (March 2014) and the Ecology Prize from the University of Konstanz’s “Environment and Living” foundation (July 2014) // On March 1st, 2015, she will begin a research year abroad at the NASA Johnson Space Centre in Houston, USA, funded by the German Research Foundation

Müh, Frank, Prof. Dr

// studied chemistry at the Technical University of Berlin // After receiving his doctorate in biophysical chemistry and the study of photosynthesis, he expanded his interests to include work in theoretical research // He is currently Assistant Professor for Theoretical Physics at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria) // His primary research interests include light harvesting in photosynthesis, ­organic solar cells, the statistics of single-­molecule processes, self-aggregation phenomena and the crystallisation of membrane proteins

Palitzsch, Björn

// was born in 1981 in Erlabrunn (Erzgebirge) and studied Biomedicinal Chemistry at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz // In 2010, he completed his Diplom thesis at the University Dermatologic Clinic under the supervision of Dr H. Jonuleit, entitled “Investigation of Human CD8+T cells in Immunodeficient Mice with Transgenic HLA Expression” // Since March 2011, he has been researching for his doctoral thesis under Professor Kunz in the field of synthetic glycopeptide vaccines

Paul, Carsten, Dr

// studied chemistry (focus ­environmental chemistry) at Friedrich Schiller University (FSU) Jena from 2004 to 2008 // After a short spell at the Scripps Institute for Oceano­graphy (La Jolla/CA, USA) he completed his doctorate on a scholarship from the Jena School for Microbial Communication at the Dept. of Instrumental Analytics (also FSU Jena) from 2008 to 2012 // Since 2012, he has been working as a solutions specialist for liquid chromatography applications at Dionex Softron GmbH, a part of ­Thermo Fisher Scientific

Popp, Jürgen, Prof. Dr

// born in 1966, studied chemistry at the universities of Erlangen and Würzburg. // After receiving his doctorate in chemistry, he completed post-doctoral work at Yale University before returning to the University of Würzburg, where he completed his habilitation in 2002 // He was appointed Professor for Physical Chemistry at Jena University's Institute of Physical Chemistry in 2002. Since 2006, he has also held the position of Scientific Director at the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (Jena) // His research interests lie primarily within the field of biophotonics // He has published more than 400 journal articles and is a Fellow of SAS and SPIE // In 2012, he received an honorary doctorate from Babe?-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Rapoport, Daniel H., Dr

// studied chemistry at TU Berlin from 1990 to 1994 // For his doctoral work, he moved to the Paul Drude Institute for Solid-State Electronics in Berlin // Following an excursion into the multimedia sector as a sound engineer, he joined the Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam as a postdoc from 2004 to 2006 // Following this, he was then able to contribute his extensive chemical and physical expertise to the Lübeck Fraunhofer Working Group for Cell Differentiation and Cell Technology at the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Technology (IBMT) // When this was spun off as the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Marine Biotechnology (EMB) in 2008, he accepted the position of Head of the Working Group for Cell Technology // At EMB, he develops technologies for cell isolation, handling and propagation, and has established image-based cytometry as a cell tracking method
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