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Her research was awarded several prizes: Klaus-Georg-und-Sigrid-Hengstberger Research Award (2015), the Peter Hans Hofschneider Endowed Professorship for Molecular Medicine – Foundation for Experimental Biomedicine Zurich (2014), Research Award of the Ingrid-zu-Solms Foundation for Excellent Scientific Achievements in Medicine, Frankfurt/Main (2013), the Rudolf-Thauer-Prize awarded by the German Society of Cardiology (2009) und several career advance grant awarded by Charité Berlin.
Vita Prof. Dr. med. Antje Beling
2012 she became a Research group leader of the working group "cardiac immunmodulation" at the Institute of biochemistry, Charité Berlin. She was a postdoctoral fellow supported by the Gerok-program of the DFG CRCTR19 "Inflammatory cardiomyopathy" and the Rahel-Hirsch-Scholarship at the Laboratory for Molecular and cellular cardiology at the Charité. 2012 Habilitation "Impact of the immunoproteasome on the pathogenesis of murine coxsackievirusB3-myocarditis", Department of Cardiology, Charité Berlin (Gert Baumann). Venia legendi for Internal medicine. 2004 MD thesis "Processing of the pp89 MCMV MHC class I epitope by the proteasome", Institute of Biochemistry, Charité Berlin (Prof. Dr. Peter-M. Kloetzel). Medical School (1996-2003) at Humboldt University Berlin, University of Bern and Zurich (Switzerland), University of Birmingham (UK) and University of Pittsburgh Medical (USA). After graduation she continued her medical training at Charité Medical School (Gert Baumann, Karl Stangl, Norbert Suttorp) and at the Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Berlin. She received her board certification for Internal medicine in 2009 and for cardiology in 2014. 2010-2011 consultant for Internal medicine at the Department of cardiology and angiology at the Charité - Universitätsmeidzin Berlin.
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Since 2016 W2-Professor and Hofschneider-Endowed professorship for biochemistry with a Focus on cardiac immunobiology and proteostasis at the Institute for Biochemistry of the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, supported by the foundation for experimental biomedicine Zurich, Switzerland. Member of the Interdisciplinary Center for Infection Biology and Immunity (ZIBI) and faculty member of the International Max Planck Research School for Infectious Diseases and Immunology (IMPRS-IDI) - ZIBI Graduate School at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Executive board member of the BIH Young Science at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH). Member of the Research Center Immune Science (RCIS) at the Charité Berlin. Scientist at the German Centre for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK).