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Maik Lehmann

Maik Lehmann
Ph.D, Professor, Department of Life Sciences and Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Bingen, Berlinstrasse 109, 55411 Bingen, Germany.


Dr. Maik Lehmann is Professor for Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Microbiology within the Department of Life Sciences and Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Bingen, Germany. He obtained his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Heidelberg, Germany in 2002. Funded by the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina he performed his postdoctoral studies on the visualization of virus-cell interactions at the Yale University School of Medicine. In 2005 he returned to Germany and became a group leader within the Department of Virology at the University of Heidelberg - with the primary focus on the systems biology in understanding the pathogenesis of HIV-1. From 2010 he headed the electron microscopy unit at Humboldt-University of Berlin focussing on correlative light and electron microscopy techniques studying cellular entry routes of viruses before he was appointed as a full professor at Bingen University in 2015.

Research Interest

Virus-Host Interactions, Live Cell Imaging and Electron Microscopy Techniques on Virus Entry, RNA Interference, Three-Dimensional Organotypic Cell Culture Systems.