Karl-Josef Dietz completed his Ph.D. studies under the supervision of Professor Ulrich Heber in the University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany, in 1985. He is currently pursuing a research stay at the University of Lorraine, Lorraine, France. He also served as an Invited Professor in the University of the Greater Region, Liège, Belgium and the President of the German Botanical Society, Berlin, Germany. Dietz is a Member of Editorial Board of Molecular Plant, a Member of the Executive Committee of the Federation of the European Societies of Plant Biology, and a Member of the Editorial Board of Plant Physiology. He is awarded Gay-Lussac-Humboldt prize at 2012. Dietz's experience includes plant physiology, molecular biology and biochemistry: abiotic stress tolerance, redox regulation and signaling network, peroxiredoxins, oxidative stress, photosynthesis, retrograde signaling, transcriptional control of acclimation, and nanotoxicology.
Biography Updated on 3 June 2012