1.    University training and degree
1991                Diploma in Biology
1986-1988      Studies of Informatics, Free University Berlin
1985-1991      Studies of Biology (Free University Berlin, University of Western Australia at Perth)

2. Advanced academic qualifications
2008                Graduation in Diagnostics of Immunodeficiency and Autoimmunity (DGfI)
since 2007      W2-Professorship of Experimental Pediatrics and Neonatology, Medical Faculty, OVGU 
2004-2007      C2-Assistant Professor, Internal Medicin, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin 
11/03               Venia legendi in Immunology, Free University Berlin
11/03               Habilitation, Charité Berlin (mentors: Andreas Radbruch, Gerd-Rüdiger Burmester)
08/03               Graduation as Expert in Immunology of the German society of Immunology (DGfI)
03/95               Ph.D. thesis, DRFZ/Free University Berlin, mentor: Avrion Mitchison

3. Postgraduate professional career
since 2016       Vice-President of the OVGU for research, technology and equal opportunity
since 04/07     Head (W2) of the Dep. Exp. Pediatrics and Neonatology, Medical Faculty, OVGU 2002-2007      Group leader ¿Molecular Immunology¿ , Dep. of Rheumatol. and Clin. Immunol., Charité
1997-2002      Group leader ¿Molecular Immunology¿ at the Center of Arthritis Research Berlin (DRFZ)
1995-1997      PostDoc at the Department of Cancer Research, University of California, 
                         Berkeley, US (mentor James P. Allison).
1991-1995      Scientific staff member of the DRFZ, Berlin
  1. Other

since 2016      Vice-President of the OVGU research, technology, and equal opportunity
2011                Nomination of Rudolph et al., 2011, as research highlight of  Nat. Immunol. (12:518)
2009                Nomination of Hoff et al., 2009, for the 1000 best publications in medicine (Faculty of 1000)
since 2004      Member of the Audit Committee for ¿Expert in Immunology¿, DGfI
2007                Max Hirsch Lecturer SS07 at the Charité, Berlin
2006-2007      Personal award for the top assistant professors of the Charité, Berlin (top 10% rating)
2004                Award 2004 of the Wolfgang Schulze foundation for the best research
2002-2004      Rahel Hirsch grant for habilitation, Charité Berlin
2003                Award 2003 of the Wolfgang Schulze foundation for the best research
1995-2000      Fellowship (in US and Germany) of the BMBF given by the DKFZ, Heidelberg, (now Emmy Nöther program)

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