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Curriculum Vitae - Nicole Dubilier

since 2013Head of the Department of Symbiosis (W3)
since 2012Professor of Microbial Symbioses, University of Bremen
2007-2013Leader of the Symbiosis Group (W2)
2004-2005Invited Professor at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris France
since 2002Coordinator of the International Max Planck Research School of Marine Microbiology
since 2001Head of the Symbiosis Lab of the Molecular Ecology Department
1997-2001Postdoctoral fellow at the MPI-MM in the DFG Project: "Evolution of symbioses between chemoautotrophic bacteria and gutless marine worms"
1995-1996Research Associate at the University of Hamburg in the BMBF project: "Hydrothermal fluid development and material balance in the North Fiji Basin"
1993-1995Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Colleen Cavanaugh, Harvard University, MA, USA in the NSF project "Biogeography of Chemoautotrophic Symbioses in Marine Oligochaetes"
1992Ph.D. for Marine Biology (Dissertation Title: Adaptations of the Marine Oligochaete Tubificoides benedii to Sulfide-rich Sediments: Results from Ecophysiological and Morphological Studies.); University of Hamburg
1991-1993Research Associate at the University of Hamburg in the EC project 0044: Sulphide- and Methane-Based Ecosystems. Leading participants of project: Dr. Olav Giere, University of Hamburg; Dr. Paul Dando, Marine Biological Association of the U.K.; Dr. Tom Fenchel, University of Copenhagen; Dr. Tasso Eleftheriou, Institute of Marine Biology of Crete.
1985Diplom in Zoology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, University of Hamburg
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