Sucharit Bhakdi

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Sucharit Bhakdi
  
Born (1946-11-01) November 1, 1946 (age 74)
Washington, D.C., USA
NationalityGerman
CitizenshipGermany
Alma mater
  • University of Giessen
  • University of Bonn
Occupation
  • Immunologist
  • Professor
Spouse(s)Karina Reiss

Sucharit Bhakdi (born November 1, 1946 in Washington, D.C.) is a German immunologist. He is Professor emeritus of the University of Mainz, where he served as the chair of the department of medical microbiology and hygiene from 1991 to 2012.[1] From 1990 to 2012, he served as Editor in Chief of Medical Microbiology and Immunology.

Scientific work

Bhakdi is known for his work on the complement system, a part of the human immune system, a work for which he was awarded the Aronson Prize in 2001, as well as several other scientific prizes. He later applied his results to develop a new theory about the nature of atherosclerosis.

Response to novel coronavirus

In 2020, Bhakdi became known to a wider audience by his criticism of the response to a novel type of coronavirus. Together with his wife Karina Reiß, he published a book with the title Corona Fehlalarm? that became a best seller.[2][3] Although the book focuses on the situation in Germany, it was translated into English under the title Corona, False Alarm?.

References

  1. "Sucharit Bhakdi (Punyarataband)". studylibde.com.
  2. "Corona Fehlalarm? Zahlen, Daten und Hintergründe". Goldegg Verlag.
  3. "buchreport".

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