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educator , research scientist

Roland Wolfram Sixtus Weber, German research scientist, educator. Achievements include research in physiology, taxonomy, biochemistry, plant pathology, biotechnology and ecology of fungi. Member of Royal Horticultural Society, German Society Mycology, British Mycological Society (member council 2001-2003, member publications committee 2001-2003).

Background

Weber, Roland Wolfram Sixtus was born on June 15, 1968 in Buxtehude, Germany. Son of Hartmut and Erika Weber.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Exeter, England, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, University Exeter, England, 1996.

Career

Research fellow University Exeter, 1996—1999. Lecturer University Kaiserslautern, Germany, 1999—2006, Fruit Experiment Station, Jork, Germany, since 2006. Research associate Ecological Sciences Ltd., Exeter, 1998, Institute Biotechnology and Drug Research, Kaiserslautern, 1999—2006.

Lance corporal German Army, 1988-1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in physiology, taxonomy, biochemistry, plant pathology, biotechnology and ecology of fungi.

Works

Membership

Member of Royal Horticultural Society, German Society Mycology, British Mycological Society (member council 2001-2003, member publications committee 2001-2003).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Nature photography (fungi), cricket, cello, classical music.

Connections

father:
Hartmut Weber

mother:
Erika Weber