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Pabst, Reinhard

Pabst, Reinhard, Prof. Dr. med.

Distinguished senior professorship of Lower Saxony for Immunomorphology

Hannover Medical School
Carl-Neuberg-Str. 1
30625 Hannover

Pabst.Reinhard(at)mh-hannover.de

Biography / About

Date of Birth:March, 1943
Function:Immunomorphologist

Education:

1965 – 1970Medical School Hannover (MHH) and University of Glasgow, State Examination
1971 Approbation as Medical Doctor Dr. med.
1971 – 1976Research Assistant University of Ulm Habilitation Clincal Physiology
1976 – 1980Senior Scientist MHH
1980Professor (C3) Anatomy
1992 – 2009Professor (C4) Head of Institute of functional and applied Anatomy
2009 – 2015Lower Saxony Senior research Professorship Immunomorphology

Academic appointments and Research posts:

1982 – 1986Vicerector for Student affairs MHH
1993 - 1997Rector
2002 - 2006Dean for Research

Awards and Prizes:

2002Member of the National Academy of Science Leopoldina
2013 JuneDr. med. vet. h. c. Veternary School Hannover
2015 SeptemberWaldeyer Award for Clinical Relevant Research in Anatomy, Anatomische Gesellschaft (Anatomical Society)

Major research interests:

  • Lymphocyte
  • Productions
  • Kinetics
  • Lymphoid organ regeneration
  • Function Immunreations in the lung

Selected Publications:

  1. Pabst R, Brandzaeg P. Overview of the Mucosal Immune System IN: Principles of Mucosal Immunolgy. Eds Smith PD, Max Donald TT, Blumberg RS: Garland Sciences 2nd Ed in press 2017.
  2. Pabst R. Airway immune system: Microanatomy. IN: Ratcliff, MJH. (editor). Encyclopedia Immunobiology Vol 3, pp 453-465 2016 Oxford Academic Press.
  3. Pabst R. Mucosal vaccination by the intranasal route. Nose-associated lymphoid tissue (NALT)-Structure, function and species differences. Vaccine. 2015;33(36):4406-13.
  4. Schindewolffs L, Breves G, Buettner M, Hadamitzky C, Pabst R. VEGF-C improves regeneration and lymphatic reconnection of transplanted autologous lymph node fragments: An animal model for secondary lymphedema treatment. Immun Inflamm Dis. 2014 ;2(3):152-61.
  5. Hadamitzky C, Pabst R, Vogt PM, Radtke C. Role of fluorescence lymphographic imaging in lymphedema prevention. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2013;132(3):469e-71e.
  6. Sommer T, Buettner M, Bruns F, Breves G, Hadamitzky C, Pabst R. Anat Rec (Hoboken). Improved regeneration of autologous transplanted lymph node fragments by VEGF-C treatment. 2012;295(5):786-91.
  7. Sommer T, Meier M, Bruns F, Pabst R, Breves G, Hadamitzky C. Quantification of lymphedema in a rat model by 3D-active contour segmentation by magnetic resonance imaging. Lymphat Res Biol. 2012;10(1):25-9.
  8. Hadamitzky C, Pabst R, Vogt PM, Radtke C. Treatment options for head and neck lymphoedema after tumour resection and radiotherapy. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2011; 64(9):1226-7.
  9. Buettner M, Pabst R, Bode U. Lymph node stromal cells strongly influence immune response suppression. Eur J Immunol. 2011;41(3):624-33.
  10. Pabst R, Tschernig T. Bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue: an entry site for antigens for successful mucosal vaccinations? Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2010;43(2):137-41.


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