o. Univ. Professor HERMANN Anton, Dr. rer.nat.

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O. Univ. Professor Dr. rer.nat. Anton HERMANN

Department „ Cell Biology“, University Salzburg

Hellbrunnerstr. 34, A-5020 Salzburg, Austria

Tel: 0043 662 8044 5610 or 5654 FAX: 0043 662 8044 180

e-mail: Anton.Hermann@sbg.ac.at

Office hours: by arrangement (office: D-2.060 or E-2.065)

 

Full Professor of Animal-Physiology; Division-Head, „Cellular & Molecular Neurobiology"

 

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Major present research topics

  • Gasotransmitter (NO, H2S) action on Ca2+ -activated K+ -channels (BK) and cellular signalling (cooperation with T. Weiger, G. Sitdikova)
  • Cellular actions of ethanol/acetaldeyd (cooperation with T. Weiger, A. Handlechner, S. Mironov, M. Ritter, D. Armstrong)
  • Action of polyamines and polyamine analogues on BK channels and proliferation (cooperation with Weiger)
  • Herbal-based extracts and drug design in the treatment of diseases (cooperation with A. Gbaj) 

 

Previous topics:

  • Immunohistochemistry, biochemistry und physiology of calcium binding proteins (cooperation with H. Kerschbaum, R. Donato, W. Chazin)
  • Intracellular calcium and cellular regulation (cooperation with H. Kerschbaum, K. Hartung)
  • Physiology and function of the pineal organ; action of melatonin (cooperation with R. Brandstätter)
  • Localization and function of NO and NO-synthase in the nervous system (cooperation with H. Kerschbaum)
  • Neuronal Oscillators (cooperation with A.L.F. Gorman)
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  • The 12th Salzburg Marathon at the University Library.
    What is a mummy? How do plants communicate with each other? How many languages and scripts there are in the world? At the KinderUNI, held on 8 and 9 April, 2015, interested children and young people attended workshops and lectures and visited various stations where they were able to experience science first-hand.
    05 May, 2015, HS 3.409, 18:00, Unipark Nonntal: “Muttersprache oder Küchensprache? Das schwierige Erbe der Herkunftssprecher”, with Imke Mendoza.
    On 12 May, 2015, 19:30, Edmundsburg: The famous Viennese Professor of Contemporary History, Oliver Rathkolb, presents the new edition of his standard work on the Second Republic.
    Thursday, 07 May, 2015, 17:00 – 19:00, HS 380 GesWi (Rudolfskai 42, Salzburg) Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Rossbacher (Salzburg)
    A model for interdisciplinary scientific implementation of questions from the business community. On 11 May, will be presented at 18:00 at the Unipark Nonntal, Room 4.302 (Rooftop Terrace, 4th floor).
    Christoph SPÖTL (Innsbruck Quaternary Research Group): Caves as an archive of the past: the latest research from the Alps to Übersee.
    The School of Education and the ÖH Salzburg invite you to an informative event in the Unipark, Hörsaal E.001. The event will be held on 05 May, 2015, and due to popular demand, will take place twice, from 18:00 to 19:30 and again, from 19:30 to 21:00.
    Thursday, 07 May, 2015 | 19:00, Salzburg University Library, Bibliotheksaula 1st floor, Hofstallgasse 2-4, 5020 Salzburg
    Open to students and graduates of all disciplines - 10:00 - 16:00 - Faculty of Law & Alte Residenz - Churfürststraße 1, 5020 Salzburg.
    Prof. Dr. Josef Estermann / Luzern (visiting professor at the Centre for Intercultural Theology and Study of Religions) will speak on the subject: Andine Theologie – Herausforderungen an die europäische akademische Theologie.
    Wednesday, 6 May, 2015, at 13:30, HS 207, Churfürststrasse 1, Department of Private Law
    18.5.2015 - 18.00 Uhr, Europasaal, Edmundsburg: Sergio Fabbrini argues that the European Union is made up of states pursuing different aims, rather than simply moving in the same direction at different speeds.
    Ernst Wangermann was born in 1925 in Vienna, at the age of 14 immigrated to England, studied at Balliol College, Oxford University, 1953 PhD on the so-called Jacobin conspiracy in Austria.
    This summer semester, the University of Salzburg and the University of Linz are offering the joint lecture series, "Disability Studies", which will take place in Salzburg 8-9 May and in Linz 29-30 May, 2015. Researchers and cultural workers present from current work and deal with the phenomenon of disability in the context of participation, inclusion, representation, art and cultural forms in Austria.
    In its annual selection meeting, The Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) chose the material scientist, Nicola Hüsing, as a full member, and the Geoinformatic, Thomas Blaschke, and the Romanist Christopher F. Laferl , as corresponding members.
    The second Science and Art Forums will be held on 5 May, 2015, 19:30, HS E.003, Unipark Nonntal: Gerhard Haderer (Artist and Caricaturist, Linz), Dorna Safaian (Media and Art Theorist, Berlin) and Viktor Hermann (Journalist, Salzburg) discuss the current theme of "Art, Religion and Terrorism" .
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    W&K-Forum: Kunst, Religion und Terror

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    Sports-Connecting-Day

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    Der Paragone zwischen den Wissenschaften und den Künsten: Nicole Haitzinger: "Lauter pöbelhafte Fratzen und Zoten" - Zu theatralen Auftritten und diskursiven Vertreibungen des Harlekins im 18.Jahrhundert
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