Peter Gruss, German molecular biologist. Recipient Robert Koch Career Development award, 1983, Feldberg prize, 1992, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz prize, German Research Foundation, 1994, Louis Jeantet Prize for medicine, 1995, President's prize for technical & innovation, Germany, 1999, Berthold medal, University Göttingen, 2002.
Postdoctoral fellow Institute Virus Research, Heidelberg, 1977-1978, Laboratory Molecular Virology, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1978-1980, expert consultant, 1980-1981, visiting scientist, 1981-1982. Assoc professor microbiology Heidelberg University, 1982-1986, director Center Molecular Biology, 1983-1986. Director Max Planck Institute Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany, since 1986.
Honorary professor Goettingen University, since 1990. President Max Planck Society Advancement of Science, Munich, since 2002. Member European Molecular Biology Organization Fund Committee, 1988—1992, German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) Senate Committee Animal Experimental Research, 1992—1996.
Member science advisory board Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation, 1990—1994, Randall Institute, London, 1995—1998, Research Institute Molecular Pharmacology, Berlin, 1997—2000, Welcome/Cyclic Redundancy Check Institute, Cambridge, 2000, King's College/Guy's Hospital, London. Trustee German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany, 1994—1998. President European Molecular Biology Laboratory Council, 2000—2002.
Member of German Academy Natural Scientists, Bavarian Academy of Sciences, American Academy Arts & Sciences (foreign honorary), Academy of Sciences (Goettingen), Academy Europaea, New York Academy of Sciences, American Society Differentiation, European Molecular Biology Organization, International Society Development Biology (president 1994).
1977 - 1978
1978 - 1980
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