Bonhoeffer, Sebastian, Prof. Dr.
Sebastian Bonhoeffer has been Full Professor in Theoretical Biology at the ETH Zurich since 1 July 2005.
Prof. Bonhoeffer was born in Tübingen, Germany, on October 6, 1965. After studying Music in Basel, he studied Physics in Munich and Vienna and then moved to Oxford, where he did his PhD with Martin Nowak and Robert May at the Department of Zoology. After his PhD he stayed in Oxford as a Research Fellow of Wolfson College and worked as a visiting scientist with David Ho at the Rockefeller University, New York. Prior to his appointment as SNF Research Professor at the ETH in 2001, he was junior group leader at the Friedrich Miescher Institut in Basel.
His research focuses on using population biological models to understand fundamental biological processes. He has worked extensively on mathematical models describing the population dynamics of virus infections within infected individuals. Such models have provided important insights into the pathogenesis of viral infections and HIV infection in particular.
|551-0737-00L||Experimental Ecology: Evolution and Ecology|
|701-0027-00L||Environmental Systems I|
|701-0263-01L||Seminar in Evolutionary Ecology of Infectious Diseases|
|701-0290-00L||Seminar in Microbial Evolution and Ecology (HS)|
|701-1460-00L||Ecology and Evolution: Term Paper|
2014, Am J Epidemiol
2011, The Journal of infectious diseases
2010, The Journal of infectious diseases
2009, Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
2006, Journal of medical virology
2003, The Journal of infectious diseases
2001, AIDS (London, England)
2000, Molecular medicine (Cambridge, Mass.)
2000, The Journal of infectious diseases
1999, Journal of virology
1998, Journal of virology
1998, The American journal of the medical sciences