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medical association administrator

Hansotto Reiber, German medical association administrator. Recipient Habilitation, 1984, Marlene de Luca award, 1988, award, El Pleno de la Academy de Ciencias de Cuba, 2006. Member of Cerebrospinal Fluid Research Group World Federation Neurology, German Society Cerebrospinal fluid Diagnosis and Clinical Neurochemistry (speaker 1992-1996, 1999—2003), Society Cubana de Immunologia (honorary).

Background

Reiber, Hansotto was born on March 6, 1940 in Stuttgart.

Education

Diploma in Biochemistry, University Tubingen, 1970. Doctor rer. national in Physical Chemistry, University Braunschweig, 1974.

Career

Department professor Doctor M. Eigen Max Planck Institute Biophysics Chemistry, Gottingen, 1971—1974. Research fellow, department neurochemistry Max Planck Institute Experimental Medicine, 1974—1978. Head, neurochemistry laboratory, department neurology University Gottingen, 1978—2005, professor neurochemistry, 1988—2005.

Supervisor, organizer Cerebrospinal fluid Survey, INSTAND, since 1991. Professor invitado Institute Superior de Ciencias Medicas de la Habana. Guest lecturer, seminers Medical and Physics Faculties Habana, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Cerebrospinal fluid analysis, theory of blood-Cerebrospinal fluid barrier function and Cerebrospinal fluid flow. Research in dynamics of brain and blood derived-proteins in Cerebrospinal fluid. Research in aqueous humor for diagnosis of eye diseases.

    Research in neuroimmunology and basic research in chronic neurological diseases. Research in nonlinear dynamics of biological processes, self organization concepts in biological and medical sciences. Research in applications of complexity sciences, epigenesis vs epigenetics, brain-mind discussion.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor text books. Contributor science articles to professional journals and text books.

Membership

Member of Cerebrospinal Fluid Research Group World Federation Neurology, German Society Cerebrospinal fluid Diagnosis and Clinical Neurochemistry (speaker 1992-1996, 1999—2003), Society Cubana de Immunologia (honorary).