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research scientist

Michael M. Nevels, German research scientist. Recipient Emmy Noether fellowship, German Research Foundation, 1999, Young Herpesvirus Scientist award, 2001, Individual Research grant, Medical Faculty, University of Regensburg, 2003, German Research Foundation, 2005, Grantsmanship award, University of Regensburg, 2006.

Background

Nevels, Michael M. was born on October 14, 1968 in Bayreuth, Germany. Son of Walter and Margitte Nevels.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Regensburg, Germany, 1999.

Career

Research scientist University of Regensburg, 1999—2000, principal investigator, since 2003. Visiting research fellow Princeton University, New Jersey, 2000—2001, research associate, New Jersey, 2001—2003. Obergefreiter Deutsche Bundeswehr.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of novel principles of viral oncogenic transformation including Adenovirus E4 oncogene function. Discovery of novel molecular mechanisms regarding innate and intrinsic host control of Herpesvirus infection. Discovery of basic principles of human Cytomegalovirus (CMV) immediate-early gene function.

    Research in epigenetic control of Herpesvirus (CMV) infection. Research in innovative antiviral intervention strategies.

Membership

Member of Deutscher Hochschulverband, German Society for Virology, American Society of Microbiology, German Scholars Association, German Academic International Network.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music.

Connections

father:
Walter Nevels

mother:
Margitte Nevels