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consultant , cell biology educator

Manfred Schliwa, German, American cell biology educator, consultant. Recipient Philips Distinguished Lecturer award Haverford College, 1988, Rothchild-Mayent fellow Institute Curie, Paris, 1996. Fellow German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina; member American Society Cell Biology, German Society Cell Biology (council 1996, president since 2002), Society Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Background

Schliwa, Manfred was born on December 6, 1945 in Kulmbach, Germany. Son of Paul and Gertrud Schliwa.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, 1975. Habilitation, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, 1980.

Career

Heisenberg fellow University Colorado, Boulder, 1979-1981. Visiting fellow University Wisconsin, Madison, 1981-1982. Assistant professor University California, Berkeley, 1982-1984, associate professor, 1984-1986, professor, 1986-1990.

Chair University Munich, since 1990. Consultant German Research Association, Bonn, 1991 and other research foundations, since 1992.

Membership

Fellow German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. Member American Society Cell Biology, German Society Cell Biology (council 1996, president since 2002), Society Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Astronomy, tennis.

Connections

Married Ursula Euteneuer, December 29, 1978.

father:
Paul Schliwa

mother:
Gertrud Schliwa

spouse:
Ursula Euteneuer