Andreas Hartig

Prof. of Biochemistry, retired, University of Vienna

About Andreas Hartig

Organelle biogenesis, peroxisomes, yeast

Research Interest

Membranes and Membrane Proteins Membrane Trafficking Organelles Yeast

FEBS Constituent Society

Austria (OGMBT)

Followed by

FEBS Network special areas

Channels contributed to:

EARLY-CAREER SCIENTIST VIEWPOINTS

Rooms participated in:

FEBS Community Group: Long-Term Fellows

Recent Comments

Apr 07, 2021

Right you are! without (respectful) competition although among the funding agencies discoveries will become scarce. Funding excellent research projects in niche areas is a duty and not an act of bestowing graciousness to the applicant!

Feb 16, 2021

Wonderful! What started as an innocent romance became a life-time struggle, that is one side of a coin. I'll be interested to read Science's response, the other side of the coin.

Comment on Shaping the mould
Oct 25, 2020

Very true, but indeed difficult to achieve from both sides!

Jul 13, 2020

Thank you, Maayan! great and very thoughtful assessment what to keep in mind when looking for a lab hosting oneself as a postdoc!

May 11, 2020

Thanks a lot, Miguel, it speaks from my heart. The future of all teaching shall not be far-distance telecourses. Too much is missing!

Mar 03, 2020

Indeed, when there are good reasons to celebrate success (or failure) don't miss the opportunity!

Feb 17, 2020

as former Chair of the Fellowships Committee I very much recommend to apply. Your chances to get a Fellowship will never be greater!!

Sep 30, 2019

Great to hear that you enjoyed it. An experience to be repeated!

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