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Volker Dotsch

Volker Dotsch Uni. Of Frankfurt, Germany

Education
1994-1998 Postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA (Mentor: G. Wagner)
1991-1994 Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Switzerland, Ph.D. (Mentor: K. Wüthrich)
1986-1990 Chemistry, University of Göttingen, Germany, Diploma (summa cum laude; Mentor: T. Jovin)

Professional Career
2013- Speaker: DFG-Cluster of Excellence EXC115: “Macromolecular Complexes”
2006-2009 Adjunct Associate Professor of Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF, San Francisco, USA
2003-2006 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF, San Francisco, USA
2003- Full Professor (C4), Institute of Biophysical Chemistry, University of Frankfurt
1998-2003 Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF, San Francisco, USA

Honors and Awards
2011 EMBO Membership
2010 Jean-François Lefèvre Lecture in Biophysics, University of Strasbourg
2009 1822-Prize for Teaching; University Frankfurt
1994 Fellowship from the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
1991 Fellowship from the Organization of the German Chemical Industry.
1987-1990 Member of the “Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes“

Research Interests
Structural Biology of Proteins studied by NMR spectroscopy
Structural and functional studies of members of the p53 protein family
Cell free protein synthesis and structure determination of membrane proteins
Regulation of autophagy
In-cell NMR spectroscopy

Member of Editorial Boards/Scientific Committees
eLife Member of Board of reviewing editors
Cell Death and Disease Editorial Board member

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