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microbiologist , research scientist

Timo Ulrichs, German microbiologist, research scientist. Achievements include development of scientific collaboration with Russian partners. Recipient Biomérieux Diagnostik prize, German Society Hygiene and Microbiology, 2005. Volunteer Tuberculosis control south Caucasus Society for Technology Cooperative, Russia, 2003; Member of Berlin Medical Society, Russian Academy Natural Sciences, German Society Immunology.

Background

Ulrichs, Timo was born on May 22, 1971 in Fulda, Germany. Son of Volker and Christa Ulrichs.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Humboldt University, Berlin, 1997. Specialist in immunology, German Society Immunology, 2004. Specialist in medical microbiology, Charite University Hospital, 2005.

Career

Assistant doctor Charité University Hospital, Berlin, 1997—1998. Post doctoral fellow Max Planck Institute Infection Biology, 1998, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1999, Albert Einstein College, New York City, 2000. Physician microbiology Charité University Hospital, Berlin, 2001—2005.

Senior scientist Max Planck Institute Infection Biology, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of scientific collaboration with Russian partners.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Biochemistry in Daily Life, 1998, Mykobacteria and Tuberculosis, 2003. Co-editor: Color Atlas of Immunology, 2006.

Membership

Volunteer Tuberculosis control south Caucasus Society for Technology Cooperative, Russia, 2003. Member of Berlin Medical Society, Russian Academy Natural Sciences, German Society Immunology.

Connections

Married Brigitta Wiegleb Ulrichs, June 11, 2005. 1 child Luise.

father:
Volker Ulrichs

mother:
Christa Ulrichs

spouse:
Brigitta Wiegleb Ulrichs

child:
Luise Ulrichs