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Klaus Eichmann

Klaus Eichmann, German immunologist. Recipient Aaronson prize, Senate of Berlin, 1981. Member of Euopean Molecular Biology Organization, Slovakian Society Immunology (honorary), Romanian Society Immunology (honorary), German Society Immunology (honorary).

Background

  • Eichmann, Klaus was born on March 5, 1939 in Kassel, Germany. Son of Fritz and Margarete Eichmann.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, University Marburg, Germany, 1965. Doctor (honorary), Medical University Iasi, Romania, 2000.

    Career

    • Assistant professor Rockefeller University, New York City, 1968—1971, University Cologne, Germany, 1971—1976. Associate professor German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, 1976—1981. Director Max-Planck-Institute Immunobiology, Freiburg, Germany, 1981—2004, director emeritus, since 2004.

    Works

    • Author: Köhler's Invention, 2005. Editor: Immunsystem, 1987, The Biology of Complex Organisms: Creation and Protection of Integrity, 2003. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member of Euopean Molecular Biology Organization, Slovakian Society Immunology (honorary), Romanian Society Immunology (honorary), German Society Immunology (honorary).

    Connections

    • Children: Anne, Frank Bahrenburg, Michael.
    • father: Fritz Eichmann
    • mother: Margarete Eichmann
    • children: Anne Eichmann
    • Frank Bahrenburg Eichmann
    • Michael Eichmann
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    Born March 5, 1939
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    • 1965
      University Marburg
    • 1968 - 1971
      Assistant, professor Rockefeller University
    • 1971 - 1976
      Assistant, professor Rockefeller University
      Germany
    • 1976 - 1981
      associate, professor German Cancer Research Center
      Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
    • 1981 - 2004
      director, Max-Planck-Institute Immunobiology
      Freiburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany

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