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Prof. Haas

Prof. Albert Haas

Scientific C.V.

Since 2017: Scientific Advisor of Forschergruppe 2625 of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Council) on "Mechanisms of lysosomal homeostasis"

2013-2017: Scientific Advisor of Graduiertenkolleg 1459 (Hamburg/Kiel) of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Council) on "Sorting and interactions between proteins of subcellular compartments"

2011-2017:  Speaker of the Schwerpunktprogramm 645 of the Deutsche Forschungsmeinschaft on “Intracellular compartments as places of host-pathogen interaction

2006-2018: Member of the SFB 670 (Special Research Area 670) of the DFG on "Cell-autonomous immunity"

2005-2016: Member 0f the SFB 645 (Special Research Area 645) of the DFG on "Regulation and manipulation of information flow within dynamic protein and lipid environments"

2001: Since 1.4.2001 Professor for Cell Biology at the University of Bonn.Member of the Biology Department, co-opted member of the Molecular Biomedicine Department.

1998-2001: Heisenberg Fellow of the DFG

1998: Young Investigator Award of the American Society for Microbiology

1998: Adolf-Butenandt-Habilitation Award of the German Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie (GBM)

1998: Habilitation in "Cell Biology & Microbiology" by the Faculty for Biology, University of Würzburg.

1997-1998: Habilitation Fellow of the DFG at the University of Würzburg; independent research group; topic: Phagosome Biogenesis in Macrophages

1995: Karl-Lohmann-Award of the German Gesellschaft für Biologische Chemie (GBCh)

1991-1997: Postdoctoral fellow (DFG) & Research Associate at the Molecular Biology Institute of the University of California at Los Angeles and at Dartmouth Medical School (Hanover, N.H., USA). Studies on 'Molecular Mechanisms of Membrane Fusion during Vacuole Inheritance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae' in the laboratory of Prof. William Wickner.

1987-1991: Ph.D. at the Chair of Microbiology, University of Würzburg under supervision of Prof. Werner Goebel and sponsored by a graduate fellowship of the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation

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