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Prof. Günther Hofbauer holds an M.D. degree. Prof. Hofbauer is a dermatologist and allergist/clinical immunologist, trained at the University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland. He went to medical school in Switzerland (Basel, Lausanne) and Germany (Heidelberg). Prof. Hofbauer has completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Dermatology Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. He is the Head of the SGDV Working Group for dermatology and organ transplantation and was the President of SCOPE, a European association of dermatologists caring for organ transplant recipients. Prof. Hofbauer previously worked as physician, latest position held Senior Staff Physician, at the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland. He now practices dermatology, allergy and clinical immunology at Allderm in Wetzikon, serves as counsel at Hirslanden hospital in Zürich and is primary investigator at the University of Zürich, Department of Dermatology. His lab at Zürich University holds a strong research interest in squamous cell carcinoma of the skin and potential prevention and treatment.
Karl Gademann is a full professor for organic chemistry and chemical biology at the University of Zürich.
Karl Gademann (1972) was educated at ETH Zürich and Harvard University, where he worked with Prof. Dieter Seebach, Prof. Eric N. Jacobsen, and Prof. Erick M. Carreira. His previous professorial appointments include the EPFL in Lausanne and the University of Basel, where he served as full professor and dean of research. He has been elected to the board of the Swiss Academy of Sciences, and is affiliated to the NCCR Chemical Biology and the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering. In Summer 2015, Karl Gademann moved to the University of Zürich.
His work has been recognized by a number of international awards, including the Latsis prize, the Novartis Early Career Award, the Ruzicka Medal, The Liebig Lecture by the German Chemical Society, and the European Young Investigator Award. He delivered the Novartis Chemistry Lecture at the University of Illinois in 2016.
I combine ideas and techniques from the fields of evolutionary biology and quantitative genetics to obtain a better understanding of the evolutionary processes responsible for the generation and maintenance of the ubiquitous levels of diversity we see around us, both among individuals and populations. I try to disentangle the relative role of genes and the environment in shaping this variation, as well as to quantify the strength and shape of selection acting upon it.
Associate editor of Psychotherapy Research Associate editor of APA-journal of Psychotherapy Integration Editorial board of APA-journal of Counseling Psychology Editorial board of APA Psychotherapy Editorial board of Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, Medizinische Psychologie (PPmP) Coeditor of Psychotherapie im Dialog (PiD)
Professor of Science Communication & Director of Center for Higher Education & Science Studies (CHESS) @ U Zurich. Associate Editor @ Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication.
Specializing in science communication and climate change communication, online communication.
Former Assistant Professor @ U Hamburg, Fulbright Visiting Fellow @ U Pennsylvania, Postdoc @ Free U Berlin, Lecturer @ U Leipzig.
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I completed my Master’s degree in geology at the University of Bonn before going on with a PhD on Triassic bivalves from east-central Iran at the University of Würzburg. Following two postdoctoral positions in Würzburg and Bristol, I was appointed as a research associate in Zürich (Switzerland), where I now work as a senior research scientist. My palaeontological core expertise is the taxonomy and ecology of bivalves, which I use as a model group for macroevolutionary studies. In my current research, I seek to infer macroevolutionary processes from extinction-recovery patterns of marine benthic communities. Additional research interests concern gradual and catastrophic changes in the abiotic environment, and I was the first to propose that ocean acidification was a trigger of the marine mass extinction event at the end of the Triassic.