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|Esther Schnapp (Senior Editor)
Chromatin & Epigenetics; Genomics; DNA Replication, Repair & Recombination; Metabolism & Cell Physiology; Neuroscience; Plant Biology; Protein Biosynthesis; RNA Biology; Transcription;Esther joined EMBO Reports in October 2008. She was awarded her PhD in 2005 at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany, where she studied tail regeneration in the axolotl. As a post-doc she worked on muscle development in zebrafish and on the characterisation of mesoangioblasts at the Stem Cell Research Institute of the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy.
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|Martina Rembold (Editor)
Ageing; Autophagy; Cell Adhesion, Polarity & Cytoskeleton; Cell Death; Channels, Membrane & Intracellular Transport; Developmental Biology; Molecular Evolution & Ecology; Post-translational Modifications & Proteolysis; Protein Quality Control; Systems and Computational Biology;Martina joined EMBO Reports in September 2015. After her undergraduate studies in Vienna, Martina worked on histone modifications during mouse embryonic development in the lab of Christian Seiser. She received her PhD from EMBL Heidelberg where she studied optic vesicle morphogenesis in medaka fish with Jochen Wittbrodt. For her postdoctoral work she went to Maria Leptin's lab at University of Cologne and focussed on Drosophila gastrulation and on the role of Snail family genes in mesoderm and neuroblast development using genome-wide technologies.
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|Achim Breiling (Editor)
Cell Cycle; Cancer; Immunology; Microbiology, Virology & Host-Pathogen Interaction; Molecular Biology of Disease; Signal Transduction; Stem Cells;Achim Joined EMBO reports in January 2016. Achim received his PhD at the Center for Molecular Biology (ZMBH) in Heidelberg 1998, working on the functional characterisation of epigenetic modifiers in Drosophila. He then moved as postdoctoral researcher to Milan and Naples (Italy), further studying the regulation and maintenance of epigenetic silencing. Since 2007 he worked at the Division of Epigenetics at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg, focussing on the role of dynamic DNA methylation during differentiation.
tel; +49 6221 8891 109
|Holger Breithaupt (Senior Editor)
Science & Society
Holger joined EMBO Reports in 2000. He currently handles Science & Society content for the journal. Holger earned his PhD at the University of Düsseldorf’s Institute of Enzyme Technology and then studied science journalism at New York University's Science and Environmental Reporting Program. He worked as a freelance journalist before joining EMBO reports as Features Editor at the journal’s inception.
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|Erica Boxheimer||- Editorial Assistant|
|Elizabeth Corrao||- Editorial Assistant|
|Joel Maupin||- Editorial Assistant|
|Sandra Krahl||- Graphics Editor|
Head of Scientific Publications
Following undergraduate studies in Cambridge, Bernd received his PhD in 1992 from the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, London, for uncovering the posttranslational regulation of the transcription factors c-Jun and c-Myc by the JNK and MAP kinases. He carried out postdoctoral research at the Ontario Cancer Institute, Toronto, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle and at the University of Innsbruck. Bernd was senior editor at Nature from 1999 until 2002 and chief editor of Nature Cell Biology until he joined EMBO in 2009 as chief editor of The EMBO Journal and Head of Scientific Publications.
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Wiley Editorial Staff
|Cate Livingstone||- Executive Editor, Global Research, Wiley|
|Georgi Hristov||- Assistant Editor, EMBO Press|
|Vivian Killet||- Assistant Editor, EMBO Press|
|Uta Mackensen||- Graphics Editor|
Advisory Editorial Board
Reuven Agami, The Netherlands
Ira Mellman, USA
|Art Caplan, USA - Bioethics, Human subject research
Lars Schaade, Germany - Biosecurity
Jeremy Sugarman, USA - Bioethics, Human subject research
Hanna-Marja Voipio, Finland - Animal welfare
Axel Wolff, USA - Animal welfare
Raymond Zilinskas, USA - Biosecurity