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educator , cell biologist

Walter Robert Nagl, Austrian, German cell biologist, educator. Recipient Cardinal Innitzer prize Science Foundation, 1963, Prize of Academy Portugese Academy of Sciences, 1995, University medal University Helsinki, 1982. Leader Don Bosco Youth Group, Vienna, 1962-1974. Second lieutenant Alpine Infantry, 1963-1964. Member Academia Europaea, German Society Cancer Research.

Background

Nagl, Walter Robert was born on July 9, 1940 in Vienna, Austria. Son of Hubert and Leopoldine (Huber) Nagl.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Vienna, 1962.

Career

Research scientist, U. Vienna, 1962-1967; lecturer, U. Vienna, 1969-1971; research scientist, Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg, Germany, 1968-1969; visiting professor, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971-1972; professor, U. Kaiserslautern, Germany, since 1974. Teacher Jesuit College, Vienna, 1960-1963. Director International Institute Biophysics, Kaiserslautern, since 1989.

Works

Membership

Leader Don Bosco Youth Group, Vienna, 1962-1974. Second lieutenant Alpine Infantry, 1963-1964. Member New York Academy Sciences, Academia Europaea, International Society of Cell Biology, International Society of Genetics, German Society Cancer Research, German Society Biochemistry.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: plant breeding, music, alpine climbing. E-mail: nagl@rhrk.uni-kl.de.

Connections

Married Elisabeth Rössler Mies, July 7, 1969 (divorced 1989). Children: Alexander, Regina.

father:
Hubert Nagl

mother:
Leopoldine (Huber) Nagl

spouse:
Elisabeth Rössler Mies

child:
Alexander Nagl

child:
Regina Nagl