Medizinische Fakultät Münster


Curriculum Vitae: Lydia Sorokin

Dr. Sorokin

2012:
Spokesperson of the Excellence Cluster 'Cells-in-Motion' - CiM
Since 2005:
Director of Pathobiochemisty, Institute of Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany
2002-2005:
Chair of Tissue Biology, Head of Experimental Pathology, University of Lund, Sweden.
2001:
Awarded Swedish Natural Science Research Council Senior Research Fellowship.
2001 to present:
Adjunct Professorship in Anatomy and Human Biology at the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
1998-2002:
Junior Professor (Nachwuchsgruppenleiterin), Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research, Nikolaus Fiebiger Center, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany.
1999:
Habilitation in Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany.
1995-1998:
Group Leader; Institute for Experimental Medicine, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany.
1990-1994:
Group Leader, Max-Planck Society, Connective Tissue Research Group, Erlangen, Germany.
1988-1990:
DAAD postdoctoral stipendium, Friedrich-Miescher-Laboratory of the Max Planck Society, Tübingen, Germany.
1984-1987:
PhD, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.
1977-1981:
BSc (1st class Hons): Undergraduate studies in Biochemistry, Physiology, Zoology, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

 
Awards:

2009:

Pro-Scientia prize for basic medical research, awarded by the Eckhardt-Buddecke-Foundation
2004:
Barry Preston Award of the Matrix Biology Society of Australia and New Zealand
2000:
Swedish Natural Science Research Council Senior Research Fellowship


27.04.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Hartmut Wekerle

27.04.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Hartmut Wekerle: Thymus > gut > lung > spleen > brain (and back?) – The improbable journey of a brain autoimmune T lymphocyte

28.04.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Hanna Gerwien

05.05.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Melanie Hannocks

07.05.2015
Cells-in-Motion Brown-Bag Lunch: Enzymatic modification of the 5'-cap in eukaryotic mRNAs enables labeling by click chemistries

11.05.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Philip Lawrence De Jager: An integrative approach to analyzing multi-"omics" data: from gene discovery to molecular networks and drug discovery

12.05.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Sabine Schürmann

18.05.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Ronald Germain

19.05.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Gentechnikbelehrung

21.05.2015
Informationsveranstaltung zum neuen Studienprogramm Experimentelle Medizin

21.05.2015
Cells-in-Motion Brown-Bag Lunch: Endothelial cell laminins – active extracellular matrix components in resistance arteries physiology

28.05.2015
Cells-in-Motion Brown-Bag Lunch: Epigenetic mosaicism in sperm of infertile men

28.05.2015
SFB 629 Meeting 2015 - May 28th - 30th - “Cell Adhesion”

01.06.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Jan Born: The memory function of sleep

02.06.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Omar Chuquisana

08.06.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Alan Aderem: Systems biology of innate immunity

09.06.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Stefan Niland

10.06.2015 - 12.06.2015
Versuchstierkundekurs

11.06.2015
Cells-in-Motion Brown-Bag Lunch: The endothelial sodium channel (EnNaC) determines nanomechanics and function of vascular endothelium

15.06.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Paul Kubes: Imaging sterile and infectious inflammatory processes in vivo

15.06.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Jan Born: The memory function of sleep

18.06.2015
Cells-in-Motion Brown-Bag Lunch: Set up and PET/MR imaging of a S. aureus infection model to study biofilm formation in mice

23.06.2015
Tuesdays Seminars (Speaker: EIMI)

25.06.2015
Cells-in-Motion Brown-Bag Lunch: Matching 3D to 2D microscopy images

30.06.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Gunita Apsite

07.07.2015
Tuesdays Seminars Petra Jacobs

12.10.2015
Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging - Steffen Gay


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