Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lindequist

1950 born in Dresden (Germany)
1969 - 1973 study of pharmacy at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University of Greifswald
1973 - 1976 graduation study
1977 dissertation (Pharmacological investigations and receptor analyses on
cultivated animal cells)
1988 habilitation (Isolation and characterization of immunosuppressive substances from Tricholoma populinum)
1976 - 1992 assistant lecturer at the Institute of Pharmacy at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University
since 1992 professor and director of the Department of Pharmaceutical Biology at the Institute of Pharmacy at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University
1996 Founder of the Institute of Marine Biotechnology e.V. at the Biotechnikum Greifswald, member of the executive committee of this institute
2000 Founding of Ganomycin GmbH
  Member (vize) of the Commission E at the Ministry of Health and member of several other commissions
2 books, about 30 monographs, about 80 scientific papers, about 20 patents
main topics of research: Biologically active substances from fungi and plants
Marine Biotechnology
Analysis of herbal drugs
Biogenic toxins (coauthor of the following book: E. Teuscher and U.Lindequist: Biogene Gifte, Akademie-Verlag Berlin und Gustav Fischer Verlag Stuttgart, 1. ed. 1987, 2.ed. 1994)
  I am married and I have got two children.