Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Thomas Krieg - Curriculum Vitae

Education and professional career

since 2019: Vice President, National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
since 2017: Professor, University of Cologne
2011 - 2019: Dean, Medical Faculty, University of Cologne
2001 - 2011: Prorector for Research, University of Cologne
1995 - 2003: Director of the Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne
1991 - 2017: Professor and Director, Department of Dermatology, University of Cologne
1986 - 1991: Associate Professor, Department of Dermatology, Munich University
1984 - 1985: Heisenberg fellow, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA
1980 - 1984: Residency in Dermatology, Munich University
1979: Postdoctoral training, Institute for Cell Genetics, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
1975 - 1979: Research assistant, MPI for Biochemistry, Martinsried
1975: MD thesis in Pharmacology, Berlin Free University

Awards, distinctions and professional activities

2018: Nekam Medal, Hungarian Dermatological Society
2017: Paul Gerson Unna Medal
2016 - 2019: Chair, Clinical Medicine (class III), National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
since 2015: Board member, World Scleroderma Foundation
2014 - 2019: Member, Leibniz Prize selection committee DFG
since 2014: Chair, advisory board, Edith-Busch-Stiftung for Scleroderma Research
2012: Dr. honoris causa, Lund University, Sweden
2011 - 2016: Senator, Internal Medicine and Dermatology, National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
since 2010: Member, scientific advisory board, Cancer and Aging Center, Nice
since 2009: Member, Founding Council University Medicine and University of Göttingen
2006 - 2011: Member, scientific advisory board Medical Faculty, Lund University
2005: Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, London
2003 - 2015: Chair, Collaborative Research Center Cologne, SFB 589 / 829
2002 - 2011: Chair, German Network for Systemic Scleroderma
2001 - 2011: Member, Advisory Board, Deutsche Krebshilfe
1999: Dr. honoris causa, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
since 1998: Member, National Academy of Science Leopoldina
1991: Max-Planck-Research Award of the A.v. Humboldt Foundation
1979: Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society

Publications

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