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Silke Laßmann

PD Dr.
Principal Investigator

University Freiburg Medical Centre
Institute of Surgical Pathology

Breisacher Str. 115a
79106 Freiburg

Academic Education

2013 – 2015 Study of Economics and Management
2012 – 2013 Study of „Health Care Management“
1991 – 1994 Study of Physiology

Scientific Degrees

2015 Master of Arts „Economics and Management“
2013 ertificate of Advanced Studies „Health Care Managment“
2012 „Außerplanmäßige Professorin“, University of Freiburg, GER
2008 „Habilitation“ and „Venia legendi“ (Molecular Pathology), Medizinische Fakultät, University of Freiburg, GER
1998 Doctor of Philosophy - PhD. (Biochemistry), University of London,UK
1994 Bachelor of Science – BSc. (Physiology), King’s College London, UK

Professional Experience

since 2015 Supervisor of routine molecular diagnostics, Institute of Surgical
Pathology, Medical Center – University of Freiburg, GER
since 2002 Senior Research Associate / Group Leader, Institute for Surgical
Pathology, Medical Center - University of Freiburg, GER
2000 – 2001 Research Associate, Institut für Pathologie, Klinikum r.d. Isar,
Technische Universität München, Munich, GER
1998 – 1999 Research Associate / PostDoc, The Scripps Research Institute,
La Jolla, California, USA
1994 – 1997 Research Associate / PhD.-student, Max-Planck Institut für
Neurobiologie, Martinsried

Other activities, awards and honours

since 2017 Representative of the German Society of Pathology in the International Affairs Committee, Association for Molecular Pathology, USA
since 2017 Co-Speaker of the working group Molecular Pathology, German
Society of Pathology
since 2013 Principal investigator of the German Consortium for Translational
Cancer Research (DKTK)
since 2012 Principal investigator of the DFG Collaborative Research Center
SFB992 “Medical Epigenetics”
since 2011 Associate member of the BIOSS Center for Biological Signalling
since 2010 Principal investigator of the DFG Collaborative Research Center
SFB850 “Control of Cell Motility in Morphogenesis, Cancer Invasion
and Migration”
1998 – 1999 Stipend, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, GER
10/1991 – 1997 Travel Stipend, British Society of Immunology, UK
1996 Invitation/Participation 46th Meeting of Nobel Laureates, Lindau
1994 Stipend, City of Westminster, London, UK