The Team

Prof. Thomas C. G. Boschbosch

Thomas Bosch studied Biology at the University of Munich and Swansea University College in the UK from 1976 to 1983. He earned his doctorate from the University of Munich in 1986. From 1986 to 1988, Bosch held a postdoctoral position at the University of California, Irvine, USA. After a position as research associate at the University of Munich, he was appointed to professorship for Zoology at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena in 1997. Since 2000 Bosch is Professor of General Zoology at Kiel University. Bosch is Senior Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Advanced Research (CIFAR). From 2010 to 2013 he served as Vice-President of Kiel University and was responsible for Kiel University’s institutional strategy and international relations. Since November 2013 Bosch is heading the interdisciplinary research center “Kiel Life Science” (KLS) at Kiel University. Since 2016 Bosch is also spokesperson of the DFG funded Collaborative Research Center (CRC/SFB 1182) “Origin and Function of Metaorganisms” which addresses the relatively newly recognized role of multi-organismic interactions for health and disease. Since 2008 Bosch is Editor-in-Chief of “Zoology”. 2016-2017 he served as President of the German Society of Developmental Biology (GfE) . Bosch is a member of several national and international Academic Committees and Boards. Since 2016 he is Senior Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR). 2018-2019 he was Fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. His awards include a Dr. honoris causa degree from St. Petersburg State University, Russia (2004). Foto © Rebehn   Vita

For more information about Thomas Bosch see International Innovation Nov 2013  and the transcript of an interview with writer Marlene Cimons. See also the recent interview (in German) with BioAtelier: https://www.bioatelier.de/interview-text

Information on our research can also be found in the Open Access Video Journal LATEST THINKING in whichThomas Bosch talks about: “What Can the Origins of Multicellular Life Teach Us About How Bodies Function?”

 

The Group

The Bosch lab in March 2020 with visiting scientists Mayuko Hamada, Puli Chandramouli Reddy, and Silvio Waschina

Address

Zoologisches Institut
Abt. Prof. Bosch
Am Botanischen Garten 1-9
24118 Kiel

Telephone / FAX / Email

TEL: +49 431 880 4169
FAX: +49 431 880 4747
office@zoologie.uni-kiel.de

Members

Bosch, Thomas (Prof.), German
Bathia, Jay (M. Sci.), Indian
Franck, Maria (Technician), German
Giez, Christoph (M.Sci.), German
Harris, Danielle (M.Sci.), Canadian
He, Jinru (M. Sci.), Chinese
Herbst, Eva-Maria (Technician), German
Hintz, Anika (Office), German
Klimovich, Alexander (Dr.), Russian, Personal Website
Lachnit, Tim (Dr.), German
Willoweit-Ohl, Doris (Technician), German
Wittlieb, Jörg (Technician), German

Former members

F. Anton-Erxleben
R. Augustin
L. Baldassarre
M. Becker
C. Beetz
J. Bielecki
B. Bock
A.M. Böhm
M. Brück
P. Deines P. Dirksen
T. Domazet-Loso
H. Domin
I. Endl (now Lohmann)
H. Fedders
F. Flachsbart
A. Franke
S. Fraune
S. Franzenburg
D. Freyer
M. Friedrichsen
A. Fröbius
B. Fuchs
K. Gellner
G. Genikhovich
M. Gödel
J. Grasis
S. Graspeuntner
R. Guylay
M. Habetha
J. Hahn
M. Hamada
M. Hamm
B. Hansmann
G. Hemmrich-Stanisak
E. Herbst
J. Hollmann
S. Insua
K. Khalturin
R. Kiko
S. Kremling
K. Kreutzer
U. Kürn
S. Kuznetsov
T. Lachnit
C. Lange
J. Lange
L. Lenk
J. Lohmann
J. A. López Quintero
K. Michel
S. Milde
B. Mortzfeld
A. Murillo
K. Neumann
S. Pankow
C. Pietschke
C. Plötz
K. Rathje
M. Reimer
B. Reinhard
C. Röhlk
V. Rybakine
B. Schönbeck
K. Schröder
M. Schwentner
S. Siebert
F. Sommer
M. Stanisak
H. Stotz
J. Taubenheim
A. Thomas
S. Thomsen
A. Till
J. Walter
W. Wang
X. Xiang
H. Zill