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Prof. Dr. Tobias M. Böckers

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Prof. Dr. Tobias M. Böckers

Sektionssprecher "Molekulare Neurobiologie"

Ulm University
Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Albert Einstein Allee 11
89081 Ulm
Tel.: 49 731 500 23221
Email: tobias.boeckers@uniklinik-ulm.de

Curriculum Vitae

Geburtsdatum: 02.08.1964

 

Current Position Director, Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Ulm University
Professor W3
Head, DZNE Collaboration Group, Translational Biochemistry


University training and degree

1990 Approbation, Medical License
1983-1989 Medical School, Münster University, Germany, University of Washington, Seattle, USA; University of Otago, Wellington, New-Zealand


Advanced academic qualifications

Since 2003 Full Professor and Head of the Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Ulm University
1998 Habilitation, Münster University (Anatomy and molecular Neurobiology
1991 Promotion Dr. med. (scl), Münster University


Postgraduate professional career

Since 2019 Head of a Collaboration Group, DZNE, Ulm site
Since 2019 Elected member of the Leopoldina, Academy of Sciences, Halle
Since 2016 Board Member of the Neuroscience Panel, DFG
Since 2014 Member AG Wissenschaft, MFT Berlin
Since 2010 Dean of Studies and member of the faculty board, Ulm University
2012 President of the Anatomische Gesellschaft
2006-2018 Offer of Professorships of the Universities Munich, Heidelberg, Freiburg, Göttingen and Magdeburg (LIN, Leibniz Professorship)
1997-1987 Guest researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Magdeburg (Prof. Gundelfinger)
1996 Board Certification Anatomy
1993-2002 “Postdoc” at the Institute of Anatomy at Münster University
1992-1993 Stipend at the MPI for Experimental Medicine (Göttingen)
1991-1992 AiP Nephrology, Münster University
1992 Medical License (Approbation)

 

    Other

    • Stipend of the Cusanuswerk
    • Thesis- Prize, Münster University
    • Bargmann Prize of the Anatomische Gesellschaft
    • Köhler Prize for Rare diseases


    Publications

    h-index: 53 (WoS), 63 (Google Scholar)

    WoS researcherID: V-9948-2017 orcid-id: 0000-0002-1486-8535

    • Baron MK, Boeckers TM, Vaida B, Faham S, Gingery M, Sawaya M, Salyer D, Gundelfinger ED, Bowie JU, An architectural framework that may lie at the core of the post-synaptic density. Science 311, 531-535 (2006)
    • Schmeisser MJ, Ey E, Wegener St, Kuebler A, Bockmann J, Shiban E, Spilker C, Balschun D, Skryabin BV, tom Dieck S, Smalla KH, Montag D, Leblond C, Faure P, Torquet N, Le Sourd AM, Stempel V, Shoichet S, Schmitz D, Kreutz MR, Bourgeron T, Gundelfinger ED and Boeckers TM,
      Autistic-like behaviours and hyperactivity in mice lacking
      ProSAP1/Shank2. Nature, 486: 256-260 (2012)
    • Peter S, ten Brinke MM, Stedehouder J, Reinelt CM, Wu B, Zhou H, Zhou K, Boele HJ, Kushner SA, Lee MG, Schmeisser MJ, Boeckers TM, Schonewille M, Hoebeek FE, De Zeeuw CI, Dysfunctional cerebellar Purkinje cells contribute to autism-like behaviour in Shank2-deficient mice. Nature Com 1;7:12627 (2016)
    • Cursano S, Urrutia-Garrado C, Grabrucker St, Schoen M, Bockmann J, Braumüller S. Roselli F., Radermacher P, Huber-Lang M, Boeckers TM, CRHR1 antagonists prevent hippocampal  synaptic loss and memory deficits in a mouse model for a trauma associated, delirium-like
      syndrome. Mol Psychiatry Feb 12. doi: 10.1038/s41380-020-0659-y (2020)
    • Lutz AK, Pfaender St, Incearap B, Ioannidis V, Ottonelli I, Föhr K, Cammerer J, Zoller M, Higelin J, Giona F, Stetter M, Stoecker N, Ouali Alami N, Schön M, Orth M, Liebau St, Barbi G, Grabrucker AM, Delorme R, Fauler M, Mayer B, Jesse S, Roselli F, Ludolph AC, Bourgeron Th, Verpelli C, Demestre M and Boeckers TM, Autism-associated SHANK3 mutations lead to impaired maturation of hiPSC derived motor unit components. Science Transl. Medicine 10;12(547):eaaz3267 (2020)