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educator , Immunologist , physician , Virologist

Claude Pierre Muller, German Physician, immunologist. Certified in internal medicine, Germany. Recipient Karen Kupcinet prize Weizmann Institute of Science, 1977; Ednl. award Rotary International, 1981; Sabin prize for vaccinology Sabin Foundation (CT) and SmithKline Beecham Beecham, 1995; award Foundation Development Science Collaborations, 1996; fellow of Fogarty Foundation, 1982.

Background

Muller, Claude Pierre was born on August 14, 1953 in Grevenmacher, Luxembourg. Son of Raymond Armand and Yvette (Birden) Muller.

Education

Master of Science in Chemistry with highest honors, Weizman Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, 1978. Doctor of Medicine summa cum laude, University Cologne, Germany, 1981.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1981-1983. Internship in internal medicine University Tübingen, Germany, 1983-1989, head Flow Cytometry Laboratory Germany, 1983-1985, head Immuno-Hematology Laboratory Germany, 1985-1991, assistant professor Germany, 1989, professor experimental medicine Germany, 1995. Head institute immunology National Health Laboratory CRP Sante, Luxembourg City, since 1991.

Director World Health Organization Collaborative Center Reference & Research Meales Infections. Visiting professor immunology University Ibadan, Nigeria, since 1999. Professor Immunology University Trier, since 2000.

Professor Experimental Medicine University Homburg, since 2003. Consultant Worldbank, United Nations Development Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization, Caritas-Germany. Temporary advisor World Health Organization Measles Program.

World bank influenzing program hospital rehabilitation and primary health care United Nations High Commission for Refugees, United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, also others. Director World Health Organization European Reference Center in Measles and Rubella.

Achievements

  • Certified in internal medicine, Germany.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor more than 200 articles on immunology and virology.

Membership

Co-founder Transfair International, fair trade label organization, 1991. Board directors Transfair Germany, Cologne, 1991-1995, Transfair Luxembourg, 1991-1996. Board directors Fraunhofer Center Molecular Biotechnology, 2003-2007, consultancy board Kemin, since 2005.

Member American Association Immunology, American Society Microbiology, New York Academy of Sciences, numerous others.

Connections

Married Ulla Maria Rüschen, March 31, 1988. Children: Paul, Max.

father:
Raymond Armand Muller

mother:
Yvette (Birden) Muller

spouse:
Ulla Maria Rüschen

child:
Paul Muller

child:
Max Muller