Paul Tavan, German physics professor. Achievements include patents for pharmaceutical substances for the causal therapy of Creutzfeld-Jakob and parkinson diseases.
Tavan, Paul was born on February 22, 1949 in Würzburg, Germany.
Diploma in Physics, Julius Maximilians University, Würzburg, 1974. Doctor rerum naturalium (Doctor in Sciences), Georg August University, Göttingen, 1978. Doctor rer. national habil, Technische University, Munich, 1988.
Wissenschaftlicher assistant Freie University Berlin, 1970—1980. Otto-hahn fellow Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1981—1982. Habilitand Technische University, 1982—1988.
Group leader Max Planck Institute Bio-chemical, 1989—1992. Professor Ludwig Maximilians University, since 1993.
Achievements include patents for pharmaceutical substances for the causal therapy of Creutzfeld-Jakob and parkinson diseases.
Contributor articles to professional journals (Otto-Hahn-Medal, Max-Planck Society, 1979).
Married Gabriele Naber, October 27, 2001. 1 child Christoph; Married Sigrid Tavan, February 22, 1975 (divorced March 10, 2001).