Day 2, July 6, 12:30 p.m., Session C:
Novel biochemical approaches for next generations of antibiotics
Colonel Roman Wölfel is the director of the Bundeswehr Institute of Microbiology and military consultant microbiologist, virologist and infectious disease epidemiologist. As adjunct Professor, he teaches at the Technical University and the Bundeswehr University in Munich.
For twenty years, his research and work has focused on the diagnosis and bioforensics of dangerous pathogens and biotoxins. In this context, Prof. Wölfel supervises numerous projects to improve biosafety and biosecurity in Europe, Africa and Asia. As an expert military advisor, he supports Germanys participation in international organisations, e.g. for the further development of the Biological Weapons Convention.
Prof. Wölfel’s involvement in the field of military medicine is based on a mix of operational and academic activities that affect both the military and civilian health sectors. His interests include infectious diseases, tropical medicine, emergency medicine and modern training and teaching methods.
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