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Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer


Curriculum Vitae

Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer

Born February 13, 1955, German citizen.

Academic Degrees:
1979     Diploma University of Heidelberg, Germany
1985      Ph.D. University of Bielefeld, Germany
1997    Dr. habil. University of Freiburg, Germany

1985-1988    Post doc at the special collaboration program 'Pathobiology of cellular interactions', University of Bielefeld, Developmental Biology Unit (Lab. of Prof. Dr. Harald Jockusch).
1988-1991    Postdoctoral fellow and Visiting associate at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda MD (Lab of Dr. Heiner Westphal)
1991-1998    Group leader at the Department of Developmental Biology, Max-Planck-Institut für Immunbiologie, Freiburg, Germany
1998-    Lektor (associate professor) at the Department of Molecular Biology, University of Aarhus

1977-1985    Fellowship of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes
1988-1991    Feodor-Lynen-Fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung

Academic work:
1992 -        Supervisor and censor for numerous master and Ph.D. projects in Freiburg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, and Odense.
        Cofounder of the tri-national ‘Regio-Meeting on Developmental Biology’ held semi-annually in the upper Rhine valley.
        Member and chair of several search commitees for academic positions.
        Teacher in several EMBO courses on Developmental Biology.
        Cofounder and coleader (2003-2005 leader) of the Danish Center for Transgenic Mice
since 2002    Board member of the Danish Graduate School on Stem Cell Research.
since 2004    Board member of the Center for Bioethics, and member of the program committee of the ‘gen-ethisk netværk’ University of Aarhus.
        Journal manuscript reviewer for: Developmental Dynamics, Experimental Cell Research, Mechanisms of Development, Nucleic Acid Research, Journal of Anatomy and Embryology, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Cell and Tissue Research, Development Genes Evolution.
        Grant application reviewer for the Israel Science Foundation and the British MRC.