Andreas Daiber, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. et med. habil. University Medical Center Mainz, Germany Andreas Daiber was born in 1970 in Balingen, Germany. From 1990-1996 he studied Chemistry at the University of Konstanz. In October 1997 he completed his Master work (Diploma) in Chemistry and in May 2000 he finished his thesis work in Biochemistry with honors (summa cum laude) obtaining the PhD degree. After 1 year of postdoctoral work at the chair of Medical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Volker Ullrich) at the University of Konstanz, he applied for a postdoctoral position at the University Medical School Hamburg-Eppendorf, Department of Experimental Cardiology (Prof. Dr. Thomas Münzel) and worked in Clinical Biology for almost 3 years until he accepted the offer for an assistant professor position in Molecular Medicine in October 2004 at the Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center. In December 2008, Andreas Daiber was offered the position of a full professor in Molecular Cardiology. Since 1999 he was the principal investigator in 4 research projects either funded by the German Research Foundation or the European Community. Since 2006 he is the Head of the laboratory of Molecular Cardiology. Besides numerous memberships in national and international scientific communities, reviewer activities for several scientific journals, he published 64 original research articles, 30 reviews, 21 book chapters and more than 50 published conference abstracts.
Biography Updated on 16 January 2011