Prof. Dr. Dieter Langosch
Prof. Dr. Dieter Langosch held the Chair of Biopolymere Chemistry from 2001 to 2023
He was working in the field of structural biochemistry of integral membrane proteins.
- Molecular interactions between membrane proteins
- Structural dynamics of membrane-embedded protein helices
- Membrane protein/lipid interactions
- Structure/function relationship of integral membrane protein complexes (membrane fusion, intramembrane proteolysis, lipid flip)
1974 - 1976: Professional education (CTA) at Technikum Prof. Grübler, Isny
1976 - 1979: Working as lab technician at GSF, Neuherberg
1980 - 1984: Chemistry major at Fachhochschule Aalen
1984 - 1986: MSc program in biochemistry, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA
1989: PhD Biology, Universität Heidelberg.
1995: Habilitation Cell Biology: Universität Frankfurt.
1995: Guest Scientist at Laboratory of Molecular Biology MRC, Cambridge
1995 - 2001: Heisenberg fellow and junior group leader Neurobiology, Universität Heidelberg
2001 - : Full Professor for Biopolymer Chemistry, Life Science Center, Weihenstephan, TU München
2006 - 2015: Principal Investigator DFG Excellence Initiative “Munich Center for Protein Science, CIPSM”
2007/2008: Visiting Professor, University of California, Irvine
2010 - 2018: Chair of the board of examiners, studium naturale curriculum
2012 – 2023: Foreign Affairs Delegate of the Life Science Center, Weihenstephan
2015 - 2023: Speaker of the DFG research unit 2190 „Understanding Intramembrane Proteolysis - Defining the Repertoire of Substrates and their Molecular Architectures”
2018 - 2023: Chair of the board of examiners, Molecular Biotechnology curriculum