Principal Investigator, 1st Medical Department
Univerity Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
Samuel Huber background is in the field of Medicine/ Immunobiology. He started his M.D. thesis in 2001 in the lab of Manfred Blessing. His main focus until the end of my thesis in 2005 was to analyze the role of TGFbeta for Treg cell development and function. After finishing my experimental work, he did the medical internship in the St. Vincenz Hospital in Mainz, Germany. He graduated from the medical school in April 2006 and obtained the Board certification for Medicine in May 2006. He completed medical residency in the 1st. Medical Department, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany (director: Prof. A.W. Lohse, M.D.). Besides my medical training in the hospital, he continued research work on Treg in the lab of Christoph Schramm. Samuel Huber received his postdoctoral training in Richard A. Flavell’s lab at the Department of Immunobiology, School of Medicine, Yale University in 2008. Since 2011 he is working as a Principal Investigator at the 1st Medical Department, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany. My research focus is on CD4+ T helper cells in autoimmune and chronic inflammatory diseases.
My research focus is on CD4+ T helper cells in autoimmune and chronic inflammatory diseases.