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Medical microbiology educator

Martin Röllinghoff, German medical microbiology educator. Fellow German Parasitological Society; member British Society Immunology, American Society Microbiology, German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology, German Society for Immunology.

Background

Röllinghoff, Martin was born on April 1, 1941 in Hamburg, Germany. Son of Werner and Wilhelmine (Herbig) Röllinghoff.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Tübingen, Federal Republic of Germany, 1967. Habilitation, University Mainz, Federal Republic of Germany, 1975.

Career

Assistant University Mainz Institute Medical Microbiology, Federal Republic of Germany, 1968-1971, assistant professor Federal Republic of Germany, 1973-1977, associate professor Federal Republic of Germany, 1977-1983. Postdoctoral fellow Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia, 1971-1973. Professor Institute Clinical Microbiology University Erlangen, Federal Republic of Germany, since 1983.

Consultant German Research Council, Bonn, Federal Republic of Germany, since 1976, Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale and ANRS, Paris, 1975, 76, 1989, National Science Foundation, Washington, 1978-1982, Minister Research, Bonn, since 1983.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor (journal) Immunobiology, European Journal Immunology. Contributor numerous articles on immunology to infectious agents to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow German Parasitological Society. Member British Society Immunology, American Society Microbiology, German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology, German Society for Immunology.

Connections

Married Solveig Scheunemann, December 28, 1968. Children: Inga, Bianca, Marc.

father:
Werner Röllinghoff

mother:
Wilhelmine (Herbig) Röllinghoff

spouse:
Solveig Scheunemann

child:
Inga Röllinghoff

child:
Bianca Röllinghoff

child:
Marc Röllinghoff