Miklos Muller, Hungarian biochemist, educator. Achievements include research in cell biology, biochemsitry and evolution of various parasitic and free living protists and the origins of eukaryotic cells; discovery of hydrogenosomes, characteristic cell organelles of anaerobic protists and mode of action of drugs against parasites. Decorated Knight's Cross, Hungarian Order of Merit.
Assistant professor Budapest Medical University, 1955-1964. Research associate Rockefeller University, New York City, 1964-1965, assistant professor, 1966-1968, associate professor biochemistry parasitology, 1968—1999, professor, 1999—2000, professor emeritus, since 2000, head Laboratory Bio-chemical Parasitology, since 1988. Guest investigator Carlsberg Laboratorium, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1965-1966.
Adjunct associate professor Cornell University Medical College, 1975-1987. Senior visiting fellow Collegium Budapest, since 2004. Steering committee World Health Organization, Geneva, 1977-1982.
Study group National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, 1984-1987. Science council International Institute Cellular & Molecular Pathology, Brussels, 1985-1990.
Member of Deutsche Gesellschaft Protozoologie (Reichenow medal 2006), International Society Endosymbiology (Miescher-Iwada award 2001), Hungarian Academy of Sciences (foreign member), Canada Institute Advanced Research, Society Protistologists (president 1982-1983, S.H. Hutner prize 1977), International Society Evolutionary Protistology (honorary), Groupment des Profistoloques de la Langue Française (honorary), Hungarian Society Parasitologists (honorary), American Academy Microbiology (honorary), Hungarian Association Antiquities and Art History (honorary).
1955 - 1964
1964 - 1965
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