Leibniz Prizewinners 2004

ds disciplinary borders. She is also a recognised authority in international gender research. Visiting professorships have taken her to Princeton, New York, Lisbon, Tokyo, So Paulo and Melbourne. Gabriele Brandstetter read German, history, politics and theatre studies at Erlangen, Regensburg, Vienna and Munich and completed her studies at the University of Munich in 1983 with a thesis on the lyric poetry of Clemens Brentano. She subsequently taught and researched at the University of Bayreuth until 1993. Following her habilitation in the same year, she took a position at the University of Giessen before accepting a professorship at the University of Basel four years later. She then moved from there to the Institute for Theatre Studies at the Free University Berlin.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Carell (37), Organic Chemistry, University of Munich (1.55 million euros)
Thomas Carell is the youngest recipient of the 2004 Leibniz Prize. Trained as an organic chemist, he came into contact with porphyrin rings, which play an important role in biology, at an early age. Three promising new directions are already evident in his studies today: His work on DNA repair has great potential in the field of cancer treatment, while his research into electron transport is central to photonics. Professor Carell is also using his expertise to produce and incorporate special nucleotide sequences into DNA, another field with massive potential. Carell embodies the ideal of a modern preparative chemist. His approach is highly interdisciplinary and ranges from synthesis via biology all the way through to medicine.

Thomas Carell studied chemistry at Mnster and completed his doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research (Max-Planck-Institut fr medizinische Forschung) in Heidelberg. After a postdoctoral period at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1993 to 1995, he gained his habilitation at the ETH Zurich in 1998. He has held a C4 professorship at Marbu

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