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<font size="2">Division of Cell & Molecular Biology<br>
 
<font size="2">Division of Cell & Molecular Biology<br>
 
South Kensington Campus, SAF
 
South Kensington Campus, SAF
 
London, SW72AZ
 
London, SW72AZ
 
UK<br>
 
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[mailto:nikolai.windbichler@univie.ac.at nikolai.windbichler@univie.ac.at]
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I am a research associate in the [[Crisanti:Crisanti Lab]] at [http://www.imperial.ac.uk/ Imperial College], London since February 2006.<br>
I am a research associate in the [[Crisanti:Crisanti Lab]] at [http://www.imperial.ac.uk/ Imperial College], London<br>.
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== Research Interests ==
 
== Research Interests ==
 
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I am especially interested in the action and evolution of selfish genetic elements and disease causing microorganisms as well as their evolution towards drug resistance or virulence.<br>
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== Education==
 
== Education==
<blockquote>M.Sc, University of xxx <br>
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My undergrad degree was in...
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PhD, University of Vienna.<br>
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#somebook John Smith. ''The art of saying nothing''. Verbose Editions 1999.
 
#coolpmid pmid=12345678 This is a very interesting PMID
 
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Revision as of 05:44, 14 March 2006

Nikolai Windbichler Crisanti-nikportrait.jpg


Division of Cell & Molecular Biology
South Kensington Campus, SAF London, SW72AZ UK
nikolai.windbichler@univie.ac.at
I am a research associate in the Crisanti:Crisanti Lab at Imperial College, London since February 2006.

Research Interests

I am especially interested in the action and evolution of selfish genetic elements and disease causing microorganisms as well as their evolution towards drug resistance or virulence.

Education

PhD, University of Vienna.