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Heinrich Neubauer

1987  1992 Veterinary medicine at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany 

1995 ​Thesis on diagnostics of orthopoxviruses

2001 ​Habilitation on epidemiology and molecular epidemiology of Yersiniaspp. 

2003 ​Facultas Docendi, University of Leipzig, Germany 

Since 1995 ​Expert missions for UN, NIH (NIAID), DGHM, COST etc. 

Since 1995 ​Specialized in the development of diagnostics, epidemiology, molecular epidemiology and microbiology of BSL 3 agents (Brucella spp., Francisella tularensis, Burkholderia mallei/pseudomallei, Bacillus anthracis, Yersinia pestis) 

2000 ​Specialist in microbiology  

2003 ​Private docent, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Leipzig, Germany 

2007 ​WOAH expert of the WOAH reference laboratories for glanders and brucellosis 

2009 Specialist in Veterinary Public Health 

2010 Appointed to professorship at the University of Leipzig, Germany Employment history 

1994 - 2006 Head of the working group ‚Bacteriology and Toxinology’ at the 

Institute of Microbiology German Federal Armed Forces, Munich 

Since 2006 ​Director of the Institute of Bacterial Infections and Zoonoses at 

Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Jena, Germany 

Prof Neubauer is an experienced researcher in zoonoses and veterinary public health. His special interest is devoted to BSL 3 agents and their control in human and animal populations. He has gained experience in countries of Europe, America, 

Asia and North Africa as he was and is engaged in expert missions and reviews for 

UN, US-NIH (NIAID), US-ARS, GB, COST, WOAH, EU, DFG, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic etc. He holds approx. 320 peer reviewed papers. He is member of Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft (DVG) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Hygiene und Mikrobiologie (DGHM). 

Heinrich Neubauer
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