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Nr. 5: Ein offener Brief im Namen von 464 deutschen Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern im Ausland an die Frau Bundesministerin Bulmahn und die Damen und Herren Kultusminister der Länder.

Dieser 'offene', also veröffentlichte und damit für die öffentliche Diskussion bestimmte Brief ist entnommen aus der URL-Adresse http://www.geocities.com/hochschulreform/Hochschulreform1.htm und wird an dieser Stelle zum Zwecke der Kritik nochmals veröffentlicht. Die Zahl der Unterschreibendenden ist mittelerweile auf über 700 angestiegen. 19. April 2001 D. Hg.


27. März 2001

Sehr geehrte Frau Bundesministerin Bulmahn,

sehr geehrte Damen und Herren Kultusminister der Länder,

Dies ist ein offener Brief im Namen von 464 deutschen Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern im Ausland.

Wir, die Unterzeichner, wenden uns an Sie, um unsere Unterstützung für die geplante Hochschulreform zu bekunden. Wir halten die vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) geplanten Reformen für einen entscheidenden Schritt in die richtige Richtung. Deshalb sehen wir mit Bedauern, dass das Reformvorhaben auf heftigen Widerspruch von Interessengruppen stößt, die um ihre Macht und ihre Privilegien fürchten. Obwohl auch wir Vorschläge zur Verbesserung des Konzepts haben, sehen wir in der geplanten Reform deutlich mehr Chancen als Risiken. Eine Reform ist längst überfällig, und deshalb ist schnelles und entschlossenes Handeln notwendig. Wir fordern hiermit alle Verantwortlichen in der Bundesregierung, in den Regierungen der Länder und in den Parteien auf, sich für eine rasche Umsetzung des Reformkonzepts noch in dieser Legislaturperiode einzusetzen. Bei jeder großen Reform sind spätere Modifikationen und Nachbesserungen unvermeidbar. Der Hinweis auf Verbesserungsmöglichkeiten darf jedoch nicht als Argument für eine Verschiebung der Reform auf unbestimmte Zeit missbraucht werden.

Wie Sie wissen, ist die akademische Struktur der deutschen Hochschulen nicht mehr zeitgemäß. Insbesondere für Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen und Nachwuchswissenschaftler stellt sich die deutsche universitäre Forschungslandschaft unangemessen hierarchisch und unflexibel dar. Die Zukunftsperspektiven bleiben über einen langen Zeitraum unberechenbar und sind mit willkürlichen Hürden versehen. Dies hat dazu geführt, dass immer weniger junge Wissenschaftler eine attraktive Perspektive in der akademischen Forschung sehen. Zudem verliert Deutschland viele seiner besten Nachwuchswissenschaftler, da diese nach einem Auslandsaufenthalt nicht mehr zurückkehren. Die Motive für die Rückkehrer liegen zumeist im privaten Bereich und seltener in einem attraktiven beruflichen Umfeld. Für talentierte ausländische Nachwuchswissenschaftler ist der Standort Deutschland allenfalls zweite Wahl.

Aus zahlreichen Untersuchungen ist bekannt, dass langfristig nur diejenigen Staaten wirtschaftlich erfolgreich bleiben können, die in Forschung und Entwicklung investieren. Dabei bedeutet "investieren" jedoch nicht nur, mehr Geld zur Verfügung zu stellen, sondern vor allem auch attraktive und international kompetitive Rahmenbedingungen zu schaffen. Um das zu erreichen, halten wir folgende Punkte für wichtig, von denen sich einige bereits im Reformkonzept des BMBF finden.

Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) hat ihrerseits bereits Reformen umgesetzt wie z.B. die Einführung des Emmy Noether-Programms und die Möglichkeit zur Beantragung der eigenen Stelle in Projektanträgen. Diese Neuerungen haben schon erste vielversprechende Akzente zugunsten einer früheren Unabhängigkeit der Nachwuchsforscher gesetzt und werden von uns sehr begrüßt. Wir fordern Sie deshalb eindringlich auf, mit einer zügigen Umsetzung von Reformen dem Beispiel der DFG zu folgen, um den Forschungsstandort Deutschland für die Zukunft attraktiv und wettbewerbsfähig zu machen. 

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

im Auftrag aller 464 Unterzeichner

Stefan Schlatt
Center for Animal Transgenesis
and Germ Cell Research
University of Pennsylvania
Kennett Square, PA19348
USA
Wolfram Brune
Dept. of Molecular Biology
Princeton, NJ 08544
Princeton University

USA 

Name Arbeitsplatz Stadt Land
1 Addo, Marylyn  AIDS Research Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
2 Altfeld, Marcus AIDS Research Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Charlestown USA
3 Andermann, Peter  Dept. of Biology, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
4 Arlt, Wiebke  Dept. of Pediatrics, Molecular Endocrinology Lab., Univ. of California San Francisco USA
5 Baader, Andreas Physiologisches Institut, Universität Bern Bern Schweiz
6 Bäcker, Arnd School of Mathematics, University of Bristol Bristol Großbritannien
7 Baiker, Armin  Dept. of Pediatrics, Stanford University Stanford USA
8 Balzarek, Christoph Beckman Laboratories, California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
9 Bannert, Norbert Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School Boston  USA
10 Barakat, Samira Low Temperature Physics Group, Dept. of Physics, University of Cambridge Cambridge Großbritannien
11 Baudisch, Matthias Columbia University, School of Law New York USA
12 Bausch, Andreas Harvard University Cambridge USA
13 Becher, Christoph Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of California,  Santa Barbara USA
14 Becker, Thorsten Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University Cambridge USA
15 Beckmann, Christiane  Children's Hospital, University of Washington Seattle USA
16 Behr, Rüdiger Dept. of Genetics, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
17 Bensch, Frank Harvard Smithonian Center for Astrophysics Cambridge USA
18 Berger, Thomas Institut für Physiologie, Universität Bern Bern Schweiz
19 Berthold, Michael Tripos, Inc. San Francisco USA
20 Besser, Daniel Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology, The Rockefeller University New York USA
21 Besser, Jaya Dept. of Pediatrics, Stanford University Stanford USA
22 Best, Christoph Center for Theoretical Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
23 Bethge, Wolfgang Transplantation Biology, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Seattle USA
24 Beug, Hartmut Institute of Molecular Pathology Wien Östereich
25 Beuschlein, Felix Dept. of Endocrinology, University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA
26 Biastoch, Arne Scripps Institution of Oceanography  La Jolla USA
27 Bilger, Kilian Dept. of Radiology, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
28 Bittner, Kai Dept. of Mathematics, University of Missouri St. Louis USA
29 Blank, Martina Biology Dept., University of California San Diego USA
30 Boehm, Markus National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Bethesda USA
31 Bohmann, Dirk Medical Center University of Rochester Rochester USA
32 Borchers, Annette Dept. of Genetics, Stanford University Stanford USA
33 Borken, Werner The Woods Hole Research Center Woods Hole USA
34 Böttger, Thomas Physics Dept., Montana State University Bozeman USA
35 Böttner, Benjamin VanAelst Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories Cold Spring Harbor USA
36 Boutros, Michael Dept. of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
37 Brand, Joachim Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Washington Seattle USA
38 Braun, Dieter Center of Studies in Physics and Biology, Rockefeller University New York USA
39 Brenner, Sebastian NIAID / National Institutes of Health Bethesda USA
40 Briken, Volker AECOM Bronx USA
41 Brockstedt, Ulrike Dept. of Pediatrics, University of Montreal Montreal Kanada
42 Brojatsch, Jürgen Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Bronx USA
43 Brune, Wolfram Dept. of Molecular Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
44 Bülow, Hannes Dept. Biochemistry & Mol. Biophys, Columbia University. New York USA
45 Bülow, Thomas Computer and Information Science Dept., University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
46 Bürger, Antje  Cardiology Dept., Harvard University Boston USA
47 Bufler, Philip University of Colorado Health Science Center, University of Colorado Denver USA
48 Buhler, Oliver School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews St Andrews Großbritannien
49 Bulitta, Clemens  Harvard Medical School and Dept. of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital Boston USA
50 Buntz, Veit American Studies Department, University of Texas at Austin Austin USA
51 Burr, Ulrich Institut für Hydromechanik und Wasserwirtschaft, ETH Zürich Zürich Schweiz
52 Busse, Lilian  Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California Santa Barbara USA
53 Cheng, Sen Dept. of Physics and National Superconducting, Michigan State Univ. East Lansing USA
54 Chudoba, Christian Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Research Laboratory of Electronics Cambridge USA
55 Cicchetti, Gregor Brigham and Women's Hospital, Hematology Division Boston USA
56 Cichon, Caroline Boalt Hall, School of Law, University of California Berkeley USA
57 Clemens, Stefan Dept. of Biology, Georgia State University Atlanta USA
58 Coufal, Hans Science and Technology, IBM Almaden Research Center Almaden USA
59 Cramer, Patrick Stanford University Stanford USA
60 Damian, Markus Dept. of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol Bristol Großbritannien
61 Danner, Stefan Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, New York University New York USA
62 Deisenhofer, Johann Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Dept. of Biochemistry, Univ. of Texas Dallas USA
63 Dejung, Nadine  Dept. of English, Brown University Providence USA
64 Delfs, Michael Harvard University Boston USA
65 Demirci, Guelcin Dept. of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
66 Deng, Mario The Heart Failure Center & Division of Circ. Physiology, Columbia University New York USA
67 Deng, Natalja Cambridge University Cambridge Großbritannien
68 Deng, Yvonne  New Hall Optoelectronics Group Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge Univ. Cambridge Großbritannien
69 Dertinger, Stephan Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University Cambridge USA
70 Deyhle, Annette Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California La Jolla USA
71 Diebold, Sandra Immunobiology Laboratory, Imperial Cancer Research Fund London  Großbritannien
72 Dinkel, Klaus Dept. Biol. Sc., Stanford University Stanford USA
73 Ditterich, Jochen Dept. of Physiology & Biophysics, University of Washington Seattle USA
74 Dobrinski, Ina School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Kennett Square USA
75 Dorloff, Axel American Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington USA
76 Dosch, Roland Dept. of Cell Biology, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
77 Dreier, Lars Dept. of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California Berkeley USA
78 Dreyer, Olaf Center for Gravitational Physics and Geometry, Pennsylvania State University University Park USA
79 Egger, Veronica Dept. of Neuroscience, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor USA
80 Ehrlich, Ingrid Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor USA
81 Eisenlohr, Patrick Dept. of Anthropology, Washington University St. Louis USA
82 Elling, Volker Scientific Computing / Computational Mathematics, Stanford University Stanford USA
83 Ehrhardt, Anja Department of Pediatrics and Genetics, School of Medicine, Stanford University Stanford USA
84 Faigle, Wolfgang Group of Cellular Biology and Tumural Immunity, Institut Curie Paris Frankreich
85 Federle, Walter Dept. of Integrative Biology, University of California Berkeley USA
86 Felbinger, Thomas Center for Blood Research, Harvard Medical School Boston  USA
87 Finkbeiner, Bernd Computer Science Dept., Stanford University Stanford USA
88 Fischer, Karsten Biochemistry Dept., University of Arizona Tucson USA
89 Fischer, Tobias Dept. of Neuropharmacology, The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla USA
90 Fischle, Wolfgang Gladstone Institute of Virology and Immunology, University of California San Francisco USA
91 Frankenberg, Nicole Section of Molecular & Cellular Biology, University of California Davis USA
92 Frederich, Markus NMR-Laboratory for Physiological Chemistry, Brigham and Women's Hospital Boston USA
93 Fries, Pascal NIH Bethesda Bethesda USA
94 Frischknecht, Friedrich Institut Pasteur Paris Frankreich
95 Fritsche, Ellen Laboratory of Computational Biology and Risk Analysis, NIEHS Durham USA
96 Gaberdiel, Matthias Dept. of Mathematics, King's College London Großbritannien
97 Galter, Dagmar Karolinska Institut, Dept. of Neuroscience Stockholm Schweden
98 Geppert, Alexander Dept. of History and Civilization, European University Institute Florenz Italien
99 Gerdes, Norbert Cardiovascular Medicine, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
100 Gies, Holger Theory Division, CERN Genf Schweiz
101 Glatz, Anne Dept. of Government, Georgetown University Washington USA
102 Gockel, Julia Galton Laboratory, Dept. of Biology, University College London London Großbritannien
103 Göttlinger, Heinrich Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston USA
104 Gottschalk, Alexander University of California, Dept. of Biology La Jolla USA
105 Grams, Thorsten Dept. of Integrative Biology, University of California Berkeley USA
106 Graumann, Johannes The Deshaies Lab., Biology Option, California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
107 Griesinger, Claudius Benedict Dept. of Physiology, University College London London Großbritannien
108 Groettrup, Marcus Forschungsabtlg., Kantonsspital St. Gallen Zürich Schweiz
109 Gross-Steinmeyer, Kerstin Dept. of Environmental Health, University of Washington Seattle USA
110 Grosse, Ivo Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor USA
111 Großhans, Jörg Dept. of Molecular Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
112 Gründmann, Stephan Yale Chemistry Dept., Yale University New Haven USA
113 Grumann, Mareile Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Stanford School of Medicine Stanford USA
114 Hackl, Torben Cancer Research Unit, Children's Medical Research Institute Westmead Australien
115 Hagemann, Dirk Laboratory of Personality and Cognition, National Institute on Aging, Baltimore USA
116 Haitzer, Markus US Geological Survey Boulder USA
117 Hamker, Fred Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
118 Hartl, Ingmar Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
119 Hartmann, Alexander Dept. of Physics, University of California Santa Cruz USA
120 Hartmann, Christian Massachusetts General Hospital Charlestown USA
121 Hasskarl, Jens Dept. of Pathology, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
122 Hauner, David International Policy Studies,  Stanford University Stanford USA
123 Hausch, Felix Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University Stanford USA
124 Haushofer, Johannes Dept. of Experimental Psychology,
Balliol College
Oxford Großbritannien
125 Heeger, Karsten Center for Experimental Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics, Univ. of Washington Seattle USA
126 Hehmann, Annett National Institute for Environmental Studies, Environmental Biology Division Tsukuba Japan
127 Heidenhain, Christoph Urban Planning, Sociology, & History Depts., Michigan State University Michigan USA
128 Heinrich, Andreas IBM San Jose USA
129 Heller, Stefan Harvard Medical School Boston USA
130 Hengstenberg, Andreas BioCurrents Research Center, Marine Biological Laboratory Woods Hole USA
131 Henneke, Philipp Evans Biomedical Research Boston, University School of Medicine Boston USA
132 Hennig, Lars Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften, ETH Zürich Schweiz
133 Hering, Heike HHMI / Dept. of Neurobiology, Mass. General Hospital and Harvard Med. School Boston USA
134 Hermanspahn, Nikolaus Dept. of Physics, Harvard University Cambridge USA
135 Hermisson, Joachim Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University New Haven USA
136 Herrler, Michael Clontech/Becton Dickinson Palo Alto USA
137 Hertwig, Ralph Dept. of Psychology, Columbia University New York USA
138 Herz, Thomas Quantum Theory Project, Univ. of Florida Gainesville USA
139 Hesjedal, Thorsten Dept. of Applied Physics, Stanford Univ. Stanford USA
140 Hess, Sonja National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH Bethesda USA
141 Hesse, Matthias Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases, NIH Bethesda USA
142 Heuer, Heike Columbia University, Dept. of Pathology New York USA
143 Heveker, Nikolaus Institut Cochin de Génétique Moléculaire Paris Frankreich
144 Hilgard, Philip Albert Einstein College of Medicine New York USA
145 Hilgetag, Claus-Christian Boston University School of Medicine, Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology Boston USA
146 Hillenkamp, Jost The Rayne Institute, St. Thomas Hospital London  Großbritannien
147 Hillert, Dieter Dept. of Psychology, Univ. of California San Diego USA
148 Hinrichs, Aicke Dept. of Mathematics, Texas A&M University College Station  USA
149 Hobert, Oliver Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics, Columbia University New York USA
150 Hoffmann, Dietmar Dept. of Chemistry, University of Hawaii at Manoa Honolulu USA
151 Hofmann, Hans Psychology Dept., Stanford University Palo Alto USA
152 Hofmann, Stefan Dept. of Psychology, Boston University Boston USA
153 Hofmann, Susanna Dept. of Geriatrics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York USA
154 Holzapfel, Michael LEPMI-ENSEEG St. Martin d'Hères Frankreich
155 Holzer, Ursula Virginia Mason Research Center Seattle USA
156 Honal, Matthias Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University Canberra Australien
157 Hopfer, Helmut Dept. of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston USA
158 Hornung, Brita Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Stanford University Palo Alto USA
159 Huber, Patrick Dept. of Physics, Harvard University Cambridge USA
160 Hübner, Johannes Channing Laboratory, Brigham and Women's Hosp., Harvard Medical School Boston USA
161 Hübner, Karin University of Pennsylvania, Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Res. Kennett Square USA
162 Hungs, Marcel Center for Narcolepsy, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Stanford USA
163 Hupbach, Almut University of Arizona, Dept. of Psychology Tucson USA
164 Huppa, Johannes Stanford School of Medicine Stanford USA
165 Jacobi, Hans-Werner  Dept. of Hydrology & Water Resources, University of Arizona Tucson USA
166 Jacoby, Jörg Dept. of Patholoy, Yale University New Haven USA
167 Janssen, Klaus-Peter Institut Curie Paris Frankreich
168 Johannes, Ludger Institut Curie Paris Frankreich
169 Jordt, Sven-Eric Dept. of Cellular and Molecular, Pharmacology, University of California San Francisco USA
170 Junghans, Dirk Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille Marseille Frankreich
171 Junghanss, Christian Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Seattle USA
172 Kaestner, Klaus Dept. of Genetics, University of Pennsylvania Medical School Philadelphia USA
73 Kaindl, Robert Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA
174 Kamm, Christoph Harvard Medical School, Program in Neuroscience Charlestown USA
175 Kasischke, Karl Cornell University, Dept. of Applied & Engineering Physics Ithaca USA
176 Kaufmann, Thomas Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto Toronto USA
177 Keilhack, Heike Cancer Biology Program, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston USA
178 Keller, Klaus Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University Princeton USA
179 Kemper, Yvonne Georgetown University Washington  USA
180 Kempf, Achim Depts. of Physics and Mathematics, University of Florida Gainesville USA
181 Kempf, Mirjam-Colette Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, School of Medicine, Univ. of Alabama Birmingham USA
182 Kerber, Gabriele Dept. of Biological Regulation, The Weizmann Insitute of Science Rehovot Israel
183 Keysers, Christian Instituto di Fisiologia Umana, Universita di Parma Parma Italien
184 Kiessling, Volker Dept. of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics Charlottesville USA
185 Kinner, Bernd Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
186 Kirberg, Jörg Basel Institute for Immunology Basel Schweiz
187 Kirchner, Tom Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, York University Toronto Kanada
188 Kirschner, Marc Inst. for Gene Therapy and Molecular Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York USA
189 Klass, Carmen Dept. of Medicine, Emory School of Medicine Atlanta USA
190 Klebes, Ansgar Dept. of Biochemistry, University of California San Francisco USA
191 Klein, Matthias Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge University Cambridge Großbritannien
192 Klein, Uwe Advanced Medicine, Inc. San Francisco USA
193 Klingler-Hoff-mann, Manuela  Dept. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Monash University Melbourne Australien
194 Klöckner, Christian History Dept., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill USA
195 Knoblich, Jürgen Research Institute of Molecular Pathology Wien Östereich
196 Knorr, Tim Northwestern University School of Law Chicago USA
197 Köhler, Claudia Institut für Pflanzenbiologie Zürich Schweiz
198 Körding, Konrad Institute of Neuroinformatics, ETH Zürich Schweiz
199 Kötting, Carsten California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
200 Krämer, Andreas Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore USA
201 Kramer, Achim Dept. of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
202 Krause, Günter Dept. of Economics, Michigan State University East Lansing USA
203 Krause, Kirsten Biochemistry Dept., University of Arizona Tucson USA
204 Krebber, Anke MAXYGEN, Assay Development and HTP Implementation Redwood City USA
205 Kroemer, Herbert Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California Santa Barbara USA
206 Krüger, Volker Center for Automation Research, University of Maryland College Park USA
207 Krumm, Anton Dept. of Radiation Oncology, University of Washington Seattle USA
208 Krupp, Johannes AstraZeneca R&D Södertälje Huddinge Schweden
209 Kucharzik, T. Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Emory University Atlanta USA
210 Küpper, Hendrik Institute of Microbiology, Dept. of Autotrophic Microorganisms Trebon Tschechien
211 Kuhn, Andreas Dept. of Biomolecular Chemistry, University of Wisconsin Madison USA
212 Kuhr, Stefan Physics Dept., State Univ. of New York Stony Brook USA
213 Küpper, Frithjof Station Biologique Roscoff Frankreich
214 Kupper, Michael Dept. of Particle Physics, The Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot Israel
215 Lammert, Eckhard Harvard University, Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology Cambridge USA
216 Landenberger, Nana Dept. of Psychology & Psychiatry Vanderbilt University & Medical Center Nashville USA
217 Lange, Bernd Markus Metabolic Pathway Genomics Torrey Mesa Research Institute San Diego USA
218 Langenkamp, Anja Institute for Research in Biomedicine Bellinzona Schweiz
219 Lapinski, Jens University of Cambridge, Institute of Biotechnology Cambridge Großbritannien
220 Lau, Mike R. Chiron Corporation Emeryville USA
221 Laue, Carola Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Chemistry & Materials Sciences Livermore USA
222 Lauer, Georg AIDS Research Center, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School Charlestown USA
223 Leidel, Sebastian Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Research, University of Pennsylvania Kennett Square USA
224 Lemm, Ira University of Wisconsin, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research Madison USA
225 Lichtenthaler, Stefan Harvard Medical School Boston USA
226 Lieberam, Ivo Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, Columbia University New York USA
227 Liedtke, Wolfgang Laboratory of Molecular Genetics, 
The Rockefeller University
New York USA
228 Lieftucht, Alfons School of Public Health, Harvard University Boston USA
229 Liesen, Jörg Center for Simulation of Advanced Rockets, University of Illinois Urbana USA
230 Link, Sandra Law School, Columbia University New York USA
231 Lins, Katharina Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Research, University of Pennsylvania Kennett Square USA
232 Lövenich, Reinhold Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA
233 Loew, Karin Department of Neurosciences, University of California at San Diego La Jolla USA
234 Lohmann, Christian Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University St. Louis USA
235 Lohmann, Rainer Dept. of Civil and Env. Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
236 Lorenzl, Stefan Dept. of Neurology and Neuroscience, Cornell University New York USA
237 Lübbert, Daniel Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, Stanford University Menlo Park USA
238 Luning, Jan Material Science, Dept. Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory Stanford USA
239 Lutz, E. Peer Dept. of Medicine, Columbia University New York USA
240 Maaser, Christian Dept. of Medicine, University of California at San Diego La Jolla USA
241 Madry, Henning Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
242 Mäcker, Britta Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston USA
243 Maier, Sebastian University of Washington, Dept. of Pharmacology  Seattle USA
244 Manz, Markus Dept. of Pathology, Stanford University Stanford USA
245 Marx, Stefanie Département de Biochimie, Université de Montréal Montreal Kanada
246 Matthies, Karsten University of Oxford, Mathematical Institute Oxford Großbritannien
247 Mayen, Friederike Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense, CCTA-LSA Campos dos Goytacazes Brasilien
248 Mayer, Jens Dept. of Genetics, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
249 Meinke, Katja Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst USA
250 Merkel, Olaf Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Beckman Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor USA
251 Metzler, Ralf Dept. of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
252 Meyer, Christiane Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
253 Michael, Katja Dept. of Chemistry, University of Hawaii Honolulu USA
254 Michel, Jürgen Microphotonics Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
255 Michelsen, Kathrin Pediatrics Infectious Diseases, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles USA
256 Möder, Wolfgang Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University Ithaca USA
257 Möller, Thomas Dept. Neurology University of Washington Seattle USA
258 Mörmann, Dirk Physics Dept., The Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot Israel
259 Möhrle, Jörg New Therapies Clinical Development Unit, Serono International SA Genf Schweiz
260 Morgen, Katrin NINDS, National Institutes of Health Bethesda USA
261 Mostert, Volker Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville USA
262 Mothes, Walther Harvard Medical School  Boston USA
263 Müller, Thomas Aventis Pharma, Cambridge Genomics Center, Cell Biology and Genetics Cambridge USA
264 Müller, Jens Dept. of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
265 Munz, Georg Ecole Superieur de la Biotechnologie Strasbourg Frankreich
266 Nähr, Thomas Geology, College of Science and Technology, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi USA
267 Nalbach, Peter Dept. of Physics, Stanford University Stanford USA
268 Neff, Helmut VIR-TECH A/S Taastrup Dänemark
269 Neu, Daniela Molecular Cardiology Research Institute, Tufts University  Boston USA
270 Neumann, Jan Dept. of Computer Science, University of Maryland College Park USA
271 Neumann, Lars Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University Palo Alto USA
272 Neusch, Clemens Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
273 Nevels, Michael Dept. of Molecular Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
274 Nienaber, Hubert Dept. of Biochemistry and Chemistry, Worchester Polytechnic Institute Worcester USA
275 Niklowitz, Philipp Low Temperature Physics Group, Cavendish Laboratory, Univ. of Cambridge Cambridge Großbritannien
276 Nold, Michael Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto Toronto Kanada
277 Noth, Maria IPLS, Brandeis University Waltham USA
278 Nowrousian, Minou Department of Genetics, Dartmouth Medical School Hanover USA
279 Nützenadel, Alexander Dept. of History, Columbia University New York USA
280 Ober, Elke Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics San Francisco USA
281 Ochsenbauer, Christina Dept. of Microbiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham  Birmingham USA
282 Oeckl, Robert Centre de Physique Théorique CNRS Luminy Marseille Frankreich
283 Önaldi, Dilek Massachusetts General Hospital Boston USA
284 Ogilvie, Patricia Institute for Research in Biomedicine Bellinzona Schweiz
285 Olk, Bettina Dept. of Psychology, University of British Columbia Vancouver Kanada
286 Onken Horst Departamento de Biologia, Faculdade de Filosofia, Universidade de São Paulo Ribeirão Preto Brasilien
287 Otte, Stefan Biochemistry, Dartmouth Medical School Hanover USA
288 Overkamp, Stefan Dept. of Molecular, Cellular and Develop-mental Biology, University of California Santa Barbara USA
289 Pahl, Elke Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Washington Seattle USA
290 Paland, Susanne Dept. of Biology, University of Oregon Eugene USA
291 Panse, Jens Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Transplantation Biology Program Seattle USA
292 Patenge, Nadja Massachusetts General Hospital Boston USA
293 Patzke, Holger Dept. of Pathology, Howard Hughes Med. Institute, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
294 Petermichl, Stefanie Dept. of Mathematics, Michigan State University East Lansing USA
295 Petrak, Sibylle Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Menlo Park USA
296 Pfeiffer, Hendryk Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Univ. of Cambridge Cambridge Großbritannien
297 Pils, Birgit Dept. of Genetics, Stanford University Palo Alto USA
298 Pintschovius, Heidi TV Data management, Bloomberg Plc. London Großbritannien
299 Plesch, Andreas Harvard University, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences Cambridge USA
300 Plietker, Bernd Chemistry Dept., Stanford University Stanford USA
301 Polte, Tobias Dept. of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, University of Bath Bath Großbritannien
302 Pörzgen, Peter Oregon Health Sciences University Portland USA
303 Post, Heiner Dept. of Physiology, New York Medical College Valhalla USA
304 Pradel, Gabriele Dept. of Medical and Molecular Parasito-logy, New York Univ. School of Medicine New York  USA
305 Pralle, Arnd Dept. Biophysics and Mol. Cell Biology Berkeley USA
306 Pukrop, Tobias Dept. of Hematology, Tufts University Boston USA
307 Puls, Imke Neurogenetics Branch-NINDS / NIH Bethesda USA
308 Pusl, Thomas Dept. of Digestive Diseases, Yale University  New Haven USA
309 Quednau, Beate Cardiovascular Research Laboratories, Univ. of California School of Medicine Los Angeles USA
310 Rädler, Martin New York University School of Law New York USA
311 Rainer Lohmann Ralph M.Parsons Laboratory, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engeneering Cambridge USA
312 Rehding, Alexander Penn Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
313 Reichenbach, Claudia Dept. of Civil, Environmental, and Architect. Engineering, Univ. of Colorado Boulder USA
314 Reichert, Manuela Chiron Corp. Emeryville USA
315 Reichstetter, Sandra Virginia Mason Research Center Seattle USA
316 Reif, Karin Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California San Francisco USA
317 Reiff, Andreas Division of Rheumatology, Childrens Hospital, Keck School of Medicine Los Angeles USA
318 Reinecke, Hans Dept. of Pathology, University of Washington Seattle USA
319 Reinscheid, Rainer Dept. of Pharmacology, University of California Irvine USA
320 Reiss, Yvonne Dept. of Pathology, Stanford University School of Medicine Palo Alto USA
321 Renz-Polster, Herbert Pediatric Pulmonology, Oregon Health Sciences University Portland USA
322 Rockenberger, Jörg Dept. of Chemistry, University of California Berkeley USA
323 Roeser, Tobias Dept. of Physiology, University of California San Francisco USA
324 Rohlfing, Torsten University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester USA
325 Rohr, Klaus Dept. of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, University College London London Großbritannien
326 Romisch, Karin University of Cambridge, Wellcome Trust Center for Molec. Mechanisms in Disease Cambridge Großbritannien
327 Rosenwald, Andreas National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health Bethesda USA
328 Rudolph, Markus Dept. of Molecular Biology, The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla USA
329 Rühlmann, Michael Dept. of Immunology, The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla USA
330 Ruser, Tilla Dept. of Psychiatry, New England Medical Center, Tufts University Boston USA
331 Safferling, Markus Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, New York University New York USA
332 Sasse, Astrid Unité de Neurobiologie et de Pharmacologie Moleculaire, INSERM Paris Frankreich
333 Sauer, Karsten Merck Research Laboratories Rahway USA
334 Schatz, Gottfried University of Basel, Swiss Science & Technology Council Basel Schweiz
335 Schauder, Stephan Dept. of Molecular Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
336 Scheible, Wolf Carnegie Institution of Washington, Dept. of Plant Biology Stanford USA
337 Schenk, Juliane Dept. for Canadian Studies, McGill University Quebec Kanada
65338 Scherberger, Hansjörg Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
339 Schikora, Beate School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California Davis USA
340 Schild, Ralf Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Washington Univ. School of Medicine St. Louis USA
341 Schilling, Anne Dept. of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
342 Schinke, Martina Cardiovascular Division, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
343 Schirra, Frank Schepens Eye Research Institute & Harvard Medical School Boston USA
344 Schlatt, Stefan Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Research, University of Pennsylvania Kennett Square USA
345 Schlichting, Christoph Stanford University, Medical School Stanford USA
346 Schlöffel, Doreen Telecommunications Cooperative Network Boston USA
347 Schmaltz, Cornelius Dept. of Pediatrics, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute New York USA
348 Schmid-Lübbert, Stefanie Boalt Hall, School of Law, University of California Berkeley USA
349 Schmidt, Anja Lab. of Clinical and Exp. Endocrinology and Immunology, Dept. of Health Albany USA
350 Schmidt-Mende, Lukas University of Cambridge, Optoelectronics Group Cambrige Großbritannien
351 Schmitt, Joachim Dept. of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
352 Schmitz, Arndt Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor USA
353 Schmitz, Dietmar Dept. of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, University of California San Francisco USA
354 Schmollinger, Jan Dept. of Adult Oncology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
355 Schnaufer, Achim Seattle Biomedical Research Institute Seattle USA
356 Schnieders, Albert Dept. of Chemistry, University of Utah Salt Lake City USA
357 Schöler, Hans Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Research, University of Pennsylvania Kennett Square USA
358 Schönberger, Jost Dept. of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
359 Schönthal, Axel  Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California Los Angeles USA
360 Schooss, Detlef Rowland Institute for Science Cambridge USA
361 Schreiber, Kai Dept. of Physiology, Toronto Ontario Kanada
362 Schreiber, Nadja Dept. of Psychology,  Florida International University Miami USA
363 Schroeder, Andreas Dept. of Medicine, Columbia University New York USA
364 Schröer, Jörg Dept. of Molecular Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
365 Schromm, Andra Evans Biomedical Research Center,
Boston University School of Medicine
Boston USA
366 Schucker, Thomas Université de Provence, Centre de Physique Theorique Marseille Frankreich
367 Schübeler, Dirk Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Seattle USA
368 Schuller, Gerald Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies Murray Hill USA
369 Schulte, Marcus Dept. of Chemistry, Texas A&M University College Station USA
370 Schulte-Frohlinde, Verena Dept. of Physics, Harvard University Cambridge USA
371 Schumacher, Andreas, Materials Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA
372 Schwab, Markus Dept. of Neuropharmacology, The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla USA
373 Schwechheimer, Claus MCDB Dept., Yale University New Haven USA
374 Seck, Thomas Yale University, School of Medicine New Haven USA
375 Seelig, Burckhard Dept. of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
376 Selinger, Peter Computer Science Dept., Stanford University Palo Alto USA
377 Sermann, Karoline Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology, University of Maryland Baltimore USA
378 Siebenhüner, Bernd Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Cambridge USA
379 Sieber, Martin School of Mathematics, University of Bristol Bristol Großbritannien
380 Siegmund, Britta Dept. of Medicine, University of Colorado Denver USA
381 Sieweke, Michael CNRS, Centre d'Immunologie de Marseille Luminy Marseille Frankreich
382 Sommer, Ulf Dept. of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University Medical School St. Louis USA
383 Sommer, Wolfgang Dept. of NEUROTEC, Karolinska Institute Stockholm Schweden
384 Sonntag, Barbara Dept. of Reproductive Medicine, University of California at San Diego La Jolla USA
385 Spang, Rainer Institute of Statistics, Duke University Durham USA
386 Sparwasser, Tim Howard Hughes Medical Institute, New York University New York USA
387 Speck, Christian James Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor USA
388 Sperandio, Markus Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Univ. of Virginia Health Sciences Center Charlottesville USA
389 Springer, Sebastian Schekman Laboratory, University of California Berkeley USA
390 Staack, Andrea Dept. of Urology, University of California San Francisco USA
391 Stach, Thomas Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Arkansas Fayetteville USA
392 Stähr, Peter Dept. of Cardiovascular Medicine, Stanford University Medical School Stanford USA
393 Steffens, Melanie Dept. of Psychology, Yale University Yale USA
394 Steiner, Christine Dept. of Pathology, Harvard Medical School Boston  USA
395 Steinhaus, Eva School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University New York USA
396 Steinvorth, Sarah Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA
397 Stern, Bodo Harvard University, Dept of Molecular and Cellular Biology Cambridge USA
398 Stier, Sebastian AIDS-Research Center, Mass. General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
399 Stockinger, Brigitta Division of Molecular Immunology, National Institute for Medical Research London Großbritannien
400 Stolle, Reinhard Xerox Palo Alto Research Center Palo Alto USA
401 Storch, Kai-Florian Dept. of Neurobiology, Harvard University Boston USA
402 Strack, Bettina Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
403 Strack, Stefan Dept. of Pharmacology, University of Iowa Iowa City USA
404 Stuphorn, Veit Vanderbilt University, Vision Research Center, Dept. of Psychology Nashville USA
405 Sudhof, Thomas Center for Basic Neuroscience, University of Texas Dallas USA
406 Tanner, Gregor School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham Nottingham Großbritannien
407 Tarner, Ingo Division of Immunology and Rheumatol., Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford USA
408 Thallmair, Michaela Laboratory of Genetics, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies La Jolla USA
409 Theil, Florian Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick Coventry Großbritannien
410 Theiss, Jürgen Physical Oceanography Research Division, University of California La Jolla USA
411 Thiele, Alexander Dept. of Psychology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne  Newcastle upon Tyne Großbritannien
412 Thiele, Kathrin Dept. of Comparative Literature, State University of New York Buffalo USA
413 Thoeming, Jorg  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Dept. of Chemical Engineering Porto Alegre Brasilien
414 Thomalla, Christoph Lab. de Controle e Microinformatica, Dept. de Automacao e Sistemas Florianopolis Brasilien
415 Toka, Hakan Howard Hughes Medical Institute New Haven USA
416 Tostmann, Holger Dept. of Chemistry, University of Florida Gainesville USA
417 Treuner, Kai The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, Laboratory of Genetics La Jolla USA
418 Ulrich, Neli Cancer Prevention Research Program, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Seattle USA
419 Usarski, Frank Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo São Paulo Brasilien
420 Utz, Sonja Afdeling Sociale Psychologie, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Amsterdam Niederlande
421 van de Bruck, Carsten Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Univ. of Cambridge Cambridge Großbritannien
422 Velde, Karsten Large Animal Surgery, University of Pennsylvania Kennett Square USA
423 Victor, Martin Dept. of Pathology, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
424 Vitt, Ursula Dept. of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Stanford University Palo Alto  USA
425 Vogel, Andreas Laboratory of Molecular Genetics, NIH Bethesda USA
426 Vogel, Christoph Institute. of Toxicology and Environmental Health Davis USA
427 Vogelmann, Roger Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University Stanford USA
428 Vogelmann, Stefanie Dept. of Nephrology, Stanford University Stanford USA
429 Voigt, Sabine The Center for Blood Research, Harvard Medical School Boston USA
430 von Schack, David AGY Therapeutics San Francisco USA
431 Wäsch, Ralph The Rockefeller University New York USA
432 Walter, Peter Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, School of Medicine, Univ. of California San Francisco USA
433 Walther, Dirk California Institute of Technology Pasadena USA
434 Wandelt, Benjamin Dept. of Physics, Princeton University Princeton USA
435 Wanner, Ina University of Miami, School of Medicine Miami USA
436 Wauschkuhn, Arndt Dep. de Geologia, UFRN, Campus Universitario, Lagoa Nova Natal Brasilien
437 Wechsler, Andrea Beijing University, Law School Beijing China
438 Wehmeier, Kai Fakultät für Philosophie, Universität Leiden Leiden Niederlande
439 Weigel, Detlef Plant Biology Laboratory, Salk Institute La Jolla USA
440 Weimbs, Thomas Dept. of Cell Biology, Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic Cleveland USA
441 Weis, Karsten Dept. of Molecular & Cell Biology,
University of California
Berkeley USA
442 Weiss, Norbert Whitaker Cardiovascular Institute, Boston University School of Medicine Boston USA
443 Weller , Jochen Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge Cambridge Großbritannien
444 Welzig, Michael Children's Hospital, Medical University of South Carolina Charleston USA
445 Werner, Jörn Wadham College, Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences, Univ. of Oxford Oxford Großbritannien
446 Werner, Inge School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California Davis USA
447 Wernet Philippe Material Science Dept., Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory Stanford USA
448 Wester, Roland Dept. of Chemistry, University of California Berkeley USA
449 Wiegand, Kerstin Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University Princeton USA
450 Wiesmann, Marion Chiron Corp. Emeryville USA
451 Wiewrodt, Rainer Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Division, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia USA
452 Wildenauer, Miriam Dept. of Philosophy, University of Chicago Chicago USA
453 Wilhelm, Frank Dept. of Psychiatry and Behav. Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford USA
454 Wilhelm, Monika Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Stanford University Palo Alto USA
455 Wilk, Thomas Division of Structural Biology, The Wellcome Trust Centre Laboratory Oxford Großbritannien
456 Wille, Holger Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases, University of California San Francisco USA
457 Winckler, Gisela Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University Palisades USA
458 Wodrich, Harald Dept. of Cell Biology, The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla USA
459 Wolf, Gunnar Boalt Hall, School of Law, University of California Berkeley USA
460 Wurm, Gerhard Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado Boulder USA
461 Yelbuz, Talat Mesud Institute of Molecular Med. and Genetics, Developmental Med. College of Georgia Augusta USA
462 Zahn, Tobias Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, University of Colorado Denver USA
463 Zeidler, Mathias Laboratory of Plant Molecular Biology, The Rockefeller University New York USA
464 Zurek, Gabriela Dept. of Entomology, University of California Davis USA
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