The A2A receptor regulates how vigorously the innate immune system attacks diseased cells. Researchers at the University of Bonn have now been able to show for the first time how an important inhibitor binds to the receptor. In the future, the results will facilitate the targeted search for ... more
Dr. Markus Lambertz
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Institut für Zoologie und Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig – Leibniz-Institut für Biodiversität der Tiere, Sektion Herpetologie, Bonn
Markus Lambertz, born in 1984, studied biology with a focus on zoology, paleontology and geology in Bonn, where he graduated with a diploma degree in 2010. After a research stay over several months in Ribeirão Preto (Brazil) he worked on his doctoral thesis in Bonn, receiving his doctorate in 2015. Following this, he was a guest lecturer in Viçosa (Brazil). Since 2015 he has been an associate postdoctoral fellow in the Herpetology Section of the Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig and since 2016 a research assistant at the Institute of Zoology at the University of Bonn.
Markus Lambertz teaches the biodiversity of his native fauna, the basics of animal physiology, the comparative and functional anatomy of vertebrates, and the ecology of Western Canada. He is also editor of a science publication on the literature and history of herpetology and terrarium science and is second Chairman of the "International Society for Respiratory Science".
In 2017 he was awarded the sponsorship prize of the Horst Wiehe Foundation.
Markus Lambertz is interested in the evolutionary and functional morphology of vertebrates and in respiratory biology.