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botanist , Cell biologist

Sigrid Berger, German cell biologist, botanist. Member International Society Phycology, German Botanical Society, German Society Cell Biology, German Society Electron Microscopy.

Background

Berger, Sigrid was born on December 28, 1939 in Koenigsberg, E. Prussia, Germany. Daughter of Wolfgang Robert and Eva Maria (Brenneisen) Berger.

Education

Graduate, Oberschule, Bad Frankenhausen, German Democratic Republic, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, University Cologne, Federal Republic Germany, 1967. Habilitation, Ruprecht-Karls University, Heidelberg, Germany, 1993.

Career

Scientist, Max Planck Institute, Wilhelmshaven, Federal Republic Germany, 1967-1977; scientist, Max Planck Institute, Ladenburg, Federal Republic Germany, since 1977; privat dozent, Ruprecht-Karls U., Heidelberg, Germany, since 1993. Visiting scientist Laboratory of George Palade, Rockefeller U., New York City, United States, 1970.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author (book) Dasycladales, 1992 (Gerald W. Prescott award Phycolog. Society United States 1994). Contributor about 60 publications (in English) on Dasycladales to books and journals.

Membership

Member International Society Phycology, German Botanical Society, German Society Cell Biology, German Society Electron Microscopy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: animal social behavior.

Connections

Married Geert Henning Seidel, December 20, 1983.

father:
Wolfgang Robert Berger

mother:
Eva Maria (Brenneisen) Berger

spouse:
Geert Henning Seidel