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Curriculum Vitae Bernhard E. Flucher

 
Education

1974 – 1978

Highschool: Musisch-Pädagogisches Bundesrealgymnasium, Salzburg, Austria

1979 - 1986

University of Salzburg, Study of Biology

1986

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

 
Career History

1978 - 1979

Military service: Medical unit, Salzburg/Glasenbach

1987 - 1988

Max Kade postdoctoral research fellow, Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics, NHLBI, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA.    Adviser: Dr. M.P. Daniels

1988 - 1990

Fogarty Visiting Fellow, Laboratory of Neurobiology, NINDS, National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD.

1990 - 1993

Visiting Associate in the Laboratory of Neurobiology, NIH-NINDS.

1993 - 1994

Visiting Scientist in the Laboratory of Neurobiology, NIH-NINDS.

1994 - 1997

APART Fellow at the Department of Biochemical Pharmacology, University Innsbruck, Austria

1996

Venia Legendi (Habilitation) in Physiology, University of Innsbruck, Faculty of Medicine

1997 - presently

Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Medical Physics, Division of Physiology, Medical University Innsbruck, Austria

  
Awards and honors

1987

Competitive Max Kade postdoctoral research fellowship

1988

Fogarty Visiting Fellowship

1989

Graduate of Neurobiology course at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA.

1993

Herbert W. Rand fellowship, MBL, Woods Hole, MA.

1994

APART Fellowship of the Austrian Academy of Sciences

  
Review panels

Journals

PNAS; EMBO J.; J. Physiology; Eur. J. Neurosci.; Biophys. J.; Neuroscience; Mol. Biol. Cell; BioTechniques ; Cell Tissue Res.; FEBS Lett.; Histochem. Cell Biol.; Pflügers-Arch.-EJP; J. Histochem. Cytochem.;

Grants

National Science Foundation (NSF), USA; German Research Council (DFG); Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale (FRM) France; Association Francaise contre les Myopathies (AFM) France; Neurological Foundation of New Zealand; MFI, Innsbruck Medical University,

  
Publications

  • 52 original papers
  • 5 review articles
  • › 40 invited lectures