Curriculum Vitae

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Sabine Eming

 
 
 

Department of Dermatology
University of Cologne
Kerpener Str. 62
50937 Cologne, GERMANY
Tel. (+49)-221-478 3196
Fax. (+49)-221-478 5949
Email: sabine.eming@uni-koeln.de

 
 
 

Scientific career

Academic education

1986-1992 Medical School, University of Cologne, Germany

1989-1990 Junior Research Fellow, Immunology, Scripps Research Foundation, La Jolla, USA (Laboratory Prof. Dr. Frank Dixon)

1993-1996 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, MGH/Shriners Burns Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA (Prof. Dr. Martin L. Yarmush / Prof. Dr. Jeffrey R. Morgan)

1994 Dissertation, Internal Medicine/Immunology, University of Saarland, Homburg, Germany (Prof. Dr. Michael Pfreundschuh)

2004 Habilitation in Dermatology and Venerology, University of Cologne

Professional career

1996-2000 Resident, Dermatology, University of Cologne

2000 Board Certification for Dermatology and Venerology

2003 Board Certification for Allergology

2005 Board Certification for Phlebology

2003-2008 Assistant Professor, Dermatology, University of Cologne

2009- W2-Professor, Dermatology, University of Cologne

2015- Principal Investigator of Project 5 “Myeloid cell function in corneal hem- and lymphangiogenesis” in the DFG Research Unit FOR 2240 “Angiogenesis, Lymphangiogenesis and Cellular Immunity in Inflammatory Diseases of the Eye” at the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Cologne

2018- Principal Investigator of Project 5 “Myeloid cell function in corneal hem- and lymphangiogenesis” in the DFG Research Unit FOR 2240 “Angiogenesis, Lymphangiogenesis and Cellular Immunity in Inflammatory Diseases of the Eye” at the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Cologne

 
 
 

Prizes and honors

1989-1990 Scholarship, Scripps Research Foundation

1993-1994 Research scholarship, Fritz Thyssen Stiftung

1994-1996 Research scholarship, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

1996 La Roche-Posay Award for Biology

2004 Award of NRW Universities for best patent application

2005 Young Investigator Award, European Tissue Repair Society

2007 Victor von Bruns Award, German Wound Healing Society

2009-2011 President, European Tissue Repair Society

2008- Editorial Board, Wound Repair & Regeneration

2009- Managing Editor, Archives of Dermatological Research

2011-present Associate Editor, Experimental Dermatology

2012- Chairperson, Work Group Dematological Research

2013 Science Award, Berlin Foundation for Dermatology

2013 Chair, Gordon Research Conference – Tissue Repair Regeneration

2014-present Advisory Board, Science Translational Medicine

 
 
 

Selected publications

Cursiefen C, Bock F, Clahsen T, Regenfuss B, Reis A, Steven P, Heindl LM, Bosch JJ, Hos D, Eming S, Grajewski R, Heiligenhaus A, Fauser S, Austin J, Langmann T. [New Therapeutic Approaches in Inflammatory Diseases of the Eye – Targeting Lymphangiogenesis and Cellular Immunity: Research Unit FOR 2240 Presents Itself]. Klin Monbl Augenheilkd. 2017 May;234(5):679-685.

Hos D, Bucher F, Regenfuss B, Dreisow ML, Bock F, Heindl LM, Eming SA, Cursiefen C (2016) IL-10 Indirectly Regulates Corneal Lymphangiogenesis and Resolution of Inflammation via Macrophages. Am J Pathol186:159-71.

Willenborg S, Eckes B, Brinckmann J, Krieg T, Waisman A, Hartman K, Roers A, Eming SA (2014) Genetic ablation of mast cells redefines the role of mast cells in skin wound healing and bleomycin-induced fibrosis. J Invest Dermatol 134:2005-2015.

Traub S, Morgner J, Martino MM, Höning S, Swartz MA, Wickström SA, Hubbell JA, Eming SA (2013) The promotion of endothelial cell attachment and spreading using FNIII10 fused to VEGF-A165. Biomaterials 34:5958-68.

Hoffmann DC, Willenborg S, Koch M, Zwolanek D, Müller S, Becker AK, Metzger S, Ehrbar M, Kurschat P, Hellmich M, Hubbell JA, Eming SA (2013) Proteolytic processing regulates placental growth factor activities. J Biol Chem 288:17976-89.

Willenborg S, Lucas T, van Loo G, Knipper JA, Krieg T, Haase I, Brachvogel B, Hammerschmidt M, Nagy A, Ferrara N, Pasparakis M, Eming SA (2012) CCR2 recruits an inflammatory macrophage subpopulation critical for angiogenesis in tissue repair. Blood 120: 613-25.

Lucas T, Waisman A, Ranjan R, Roes J, Krieg T, Müller W, Roers A, Eming SA (2010) Differential roles of macrophages in diverse phases of skin repair. Journal of Immunology 184: 3964-77.