Martin Landsberger

Martin Landsberger

Dr. rer. nat. Dr. rer. med. habil.

Professor

Biography:

Courses: Foundations of Clinical Medicine; Research: Curriculum Critical Appraisal; Research: Literature Review and Analysis; Systems and Disease

Martin Landsberger, Dr. rer. nat. Dr. rer. med. habil., has extensive experience working as an educator and researcher. His background includes many years as a university lecturer and professor for Pathophysiology, Pathobiochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, and serving as deputy director of academic institutes and departments. Dr Landsberger has more than six years of experience working as an emergency medical toxicologist. 

In addition to holding the venia legendi for pathophysiology and pathobiochemistry, Dr Landsberger has received extensive recognition as a national and international author, presenter and reviewer. His research has been published in American Heart JournalAtherosclerosisCardiovascular ResearchClinical Pharmacology and TherapeuticsCritical CareJournal of Cellular BiochemistryJournal of Physiology and Pharmacology and the Journal of the American College of Cardiology among others. 

He has presented at numerous medical conferences, including Scientific Sessions of American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, American Thoracic Society, European Society of Cardiology, Experimental Biology, German Cardiac Society, German Physiological Society, and German Respiratory Society. Dr Landsberger has served as reviewer for CardiologyFrontiers in PharmacologyHeart and VesselsInternational Journal of CardiologyJournal of Cardiovascular PharmacologyJournal of Cellular and Molecular MedicineJournal of Cellular BiochemistryJournal of Molecular and Cellular CardiologyJournal of the American College of CardiologyMolecular Medicine, and Pharmacogenetics among others.  

Dr Landsberger’s research interests and presentations include pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy of cardiovascular diseases as well as pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy and the roles of ion channels in neuromuscular diseases. Dr Landsberger has secured more than 5 million USD in funding for his research.

Dr Landsberger has served as an elected member of several academic and university committees including faculty boards and academic council for more than a decade. 

Dr Landsberger has supervised the theses of 11 graduate and 16 postgraduate students up to now.


  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cell biology
  • Cardiomyopathies
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Ion channels
  • Molecular biology
  • Neuromuscular diseases
  • Pathology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Physiology
  • Vascular biology 
  • Pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy of cardiovascular diseases
  • Pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy of neuromuscular diseases
  • Ion channels
  • Scientific Sessions of:
    • American College of Cardiology
    • American Heart Association
    • American Thoracic Society
    • European Society of Cardiology
    • Experimental Biology
    • German Cardiac Society
    • German Physiological Society
    • German Respiratory Society.
 
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